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MoMA The Museum of Modern Art

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We’re excited to announce MoMA’s first Adobe Creative Resident, DonChristian Jones!

This new initiative seeks to support equity, learning, and creativity by providing vital resources for an artist to work with Museum experts and an artist mentor on a community-based project.

@donchristianjones is a New York–based artist, musician, and producer. During the residency, Jones is proposing a multifaceted project that combines storytelling, collaborative art-making, and community engagement with partners across New York City.

Stay tuned on our channels to follow along during Jones’s #adoberesidency!

The Adobe Foundation (@adobe) is proud to support equity, learning, and creativity at MoMA.
“I made [the horns] on the scale at which I thought angels would play them.” — Terry Adkins

The work embodies Adkins’s “quest,” in his words, “to make music as physical as sculpture might be and sculpture as ethereal as music is.”

Designer #GraceWalesBonner has selected works from MoMA’s collection that explore Black style, gesture, performance, sound, and beyond. See this and more on view now. 

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📸 @ooooweekd 🎺 Terry Adkins. “Last Trumpet.” 1995. Gift of David Booth; and gift of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Thompson (by exchange). © Terry Adkins. Courtesy of the Estate of Terry Adkins
“Art for me now must develop from a necessity within my people. It must answer a question, or wake somebody up, or give a shove in the right direction—our liberation.” — Elizabeth Catlett

In 1946 Elizabeth Catlett created the series “The Black Woman,” that chronicled the oppression and resilience of subjects such as field laborers, domestic workers, historic abolitionists, and civil rights activists “to try to make people see them as beautiful, dignified, strong people instead of, as Ralph Ellison says, ‘invisible.’”

Throughout the years, her belief in the power of her art to encourage change and reform perceptions of her people never wavered. 

See “The Black Woman” series on view now in our fifth-floor galleries. 

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All artworks by Elizabeth Catlett from the series The Black Woman. 1946, printed 1989. Acquired through the generosity of Erin and Peter Hess Friedland, and Modern Women’s Fund. © 2024 Elizabeth Catlett / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York [1] “I Am The Black Woman” [2] “I Have Always Worked Hard in America” [3] “In the Fields…” [4] “In Other Folks’ Homes…” [5] “In Harriet Tubman I Helped Hundreds to Freedom” [6] “In Sojourner Truth I Fought for the Rights of Women as Well as Blacks” [7] “In Phillis Wheatley I Proved Intellectual Equality in the Midst of Slavery” [8] “I Have Given the World My Songs” [9] “My Right Is a Future of Equality with Other Americans” [10] “My Role Has Been Important in the Struggle to Organize the Unorganized” [11] Charles White. “Elizabeth Catlett in her studio.” c. 1942. Private collection. © The Charles White Archives [12] “I Have Special Reservations” [13] Archival audio courtesy of The National Visionary Leadership Project and the U.S. Library of Congress
Come behind the scenes to one of our film booths! 📽️

What does it take to show 16mm and 35mm films at MoMA? Watch Film Projectionist Fred Hatt show what goes into getting a film audience-ready.

⏪ See how the rewind bench is used to inspect film, make cue marks, and rewind to the beginning of the reel to show again
⏰ What a number countdown on the reel is used for
🎞️ How many frames are in 1 second of film
🔊 How sound is stored and read on a film strip

See all of this in action! We’re screening over 20 films Luis Buñuel made in Mexico in a new series at MoMA through February 20. 🎟️ Link in bio for tickets.
Watch a new film exploring the legacy and cultural impact of Black film every day in February.

To commemorate Black History Month, we've invited external Black film scholars and creators to select a collection of 29 Black films to watch. 

Whether hidden gems or critically acclaimed classics, these movies serve as reflections of the diverse narratives that shape the Black experience.

Find your next film to watch on #MoMAMagazine, link in bio.

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[1] “Moonlight.” 2016. USA. Directed by Barry Jenkins. Courtesy of A24 Films [2] “Do the Right Thing.” 1989. USA. Directed by Spike Lee. Courtesy the Everett Collection [3] “The Learning Tree.” 1969. USA. Directed by Gordon Parks. Courtesy of Warner Bros./Photofest. © Warner Bros. [4] “Daughters of the Dust.” 1991. USA. Directed by Julie Dash. Courtesy Cohen Film Collection/Photofest [5] “Suzanne Suzanne.” 1982. USA. Directed by Camille Billops, James Hatch. Courtesy IndieCollect
Artist An-My Lê followed the US Navy on maritime and coastal missions over the course of nine years — scientific research in the Arctic and the Antarctic, earthquake relief in Haiti, and flood prevention in Ghana, among other endeavors.

For 30 years, the photographs of artist An-My Lê have engaged how we understand and reflect on military presence even in peacetime.

See #BetweenTwoRivers, the first exhibition to present Lê’s powerful photographs alongside her forays into film, video, textiles, and sculpture, on view now at MoMA.

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All images by An-My Lê from the series Events Ashore © 2023 An-My Lê, courtesy of the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery [1] “Clearing Tripwires, U.S. Marine Corps Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician and Indonesian Combat Engineer, Karang Ketok Camp, Indonesia (II).” 2010 [2] “Ship Divers, USS New Hampshire, Arctic Seas.” 2011 [3] “Sailors on Liberty from USS Preble, Bamboo 2 Bar, Da Nang, Vietnam.” 2011 [4] “Fresh Water Wash-Down of Super Structure, USS Ronald Reagan, North Arabian Gulf.” 2009

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