Full Screening Schedule of All the Wrong Art— Juxtapoz Magazine on Film at MoMA in NYC this FebruaryJuxtapoz // Wednesday, January 12, 2011
We mentioned this on our site last week, but to be honest with you, we are very much looking forward to our film series, All the Wrong Art: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film at MoMA (yes, that Museum of Modern Art) in NYC starting this February 7, 2011. Full showtimes after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 06, 2011
Any art, literature, or political movement between 1900—1919, we are all about it. And of course, anything considered slightly Eastern European of this era is always some of the greatest stuff out there. Hence our excitement of the new show at MoMA, Seeing Red: Hungarian Revolutionary Posters, 1919 opening on February 2, 2011. Images after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 05, 2011
One of the best spots in all the East Coast, MoMA's PS1, is showing an exhibition of great interest to anyone born from 1975 on. A completely interactive video-game installation, the New York debut of Feng Mengbo’s installation Long March: Restart (2008). Reading the description of the show makes us want to buy a plane ticket now. More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 03, 2011
We are extremely pleased to announce our collaboration with the esteemed landmark instituition of the MoMA as they present All the Wrong Art—Juxtapoz Magazine on Film. The series, which starts at the Roy and Niuta Titus 2 Theater at MoMA on Monday, February 7, 2011, will feature films on Robert Williams, David Choe, Liz McGrath, Ed Hardy, Bozo Texino, and many more. More details after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Think about it. To sit in front of 1,500 people for 716 hours and 30 minutes without outwardly expressing herself, as Marina Abramovic did at her historic Museum of Modern Art performance exhibit this past summer, aptly titled "The Artist Is Present," was one of the highlights of the art world in 2010. Maybe it was the highlight. Marco Anelli’s powerful portraits of sitters in front of Abramovic will soon be available in a monograph from Aperture. More information after the jump . . .