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Can you outsmart the machine? Machine learning technology integrated into our exhibition history allows us to easily identify two of the three iconic artists who created the works pictured in our “Open Ends” exhibition (September 28, 2000–March 4, 2001). But three dimensional works like sculptures elude the technology’s grasp. Can you name the unidentified work? ... Swipe to see if you guessed the tagged works correctly and visit moma.org to start exploring #MoMAhistory.

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Identifying each work of art in an old exhibition photo doesn’t sound so hard, does it? Now multiply that one photo by 30,000—that’s how many installation images make up MoMA’s exhibition history. See how we’re connecting the dots of #MoMAhistory with machine learning and computer vision technology in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture Lab ( @googleartsculture): mo.ma/machinelearning (link in bio) #GoogleArts

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Announcing this year's Young Architects Program winner, Jennifer Newsom and Tom Carruthers of Dream The Combine! The winning design is a responsive, kinetic environment featuring large-scale mirrors that move with the wind or human touch, creating dislocating views and unexpected spatial relationships within the @MoMAPS1 courtyard and onto the streets outside. Opening at MoMA PS1 in June, the installation will serve as a temporary urban landscape for the 21st season of Warm Up. Learn more about the winning design at moma.org/yap. #YAP2018 #DreamTheCombine … Video clip from Longing (2015) in Minneapolis, MN. Video by Isaac Gale.

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Curatorial fellow Mia Matthias shares Faith Ringgold’s “beautiful, but vicious” work evoking the race riots that engulfed the United States in the 1960s—“American People Series #20: Die” (1967). ... #ArtSpeaks—a day of community and conversation in the galleries led by Museum staff—returns to the galleries on the last Tuesday of every month. Full gallery talks are on our Facebook page!

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“At a moment when our culture is clashing on a daily basis, art has the power to cut through the barbed wire we have wrapped around our fences.” – @oprah ... Today, we are honored to present Oprah Winfrey with the 2018 David Rockefeller Award for her generosity and advocacy of cultural endeavors.

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Celebrate the final weekend of Carolee Schneemann's groundbreaking retrospective at @MoMAPS1. This Friday, for one night only, the artist's iconic performance "Meat Joy" will be projected on a massive scale in the VW Dome, with galleries open until midnight, DJ sets, cocktails by Butter & Scotch and M. Wells, bites by La Newyorkina and Pies ’n’ Thighs, and more. Tickets at mo.ma/natm. #MoMAPS1 #KineticPainting #CathyWilkes

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Start your day mindfully at the Museum this Wednesday. #QuietMornings is back with before hours access to #TarsilaMoMA, #TheLongRunMoMA, and #MoMACollection, plus guided meditation. Get your ticket at mo.ma/quiet ... MoMA members enjoy free admission! … Installation view of "Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil," The Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 11–June 3, 2018. © 2018 The Museum of Modern Art. Photograph by Austin Donohue

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Not all good movies were designed to win #Oscars. Explore independent films of the Golden Age of Hollywood—though never meant to break the box office, these “B” movies were an indispensable part of the era. MoMA film curator Dave Kehr dives into the films of the Republic Pictures Library, recently restored by Martin Scorsese and Paramount in a new episode of "HOW TO SEE" on youtube.com/moma (direct link in bio)

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Over the years #TheArmoryParty has hosted amazing talents—from Solange in 2013 to St. Lucia in 2017. This year we celebrate the opening of The Armory Show ( @thearmoryshow) and Armory Arts Week on with a special live performance by platinum-selling artist BØRNS ( @bornsmusic), and a DJ set by Washed Out ( @realwashedout) on March 7. Don’t hear about it the next day, buy your tickets now at mo.ma/thearmoryparty2018 #TheArmoryShow2018

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#Club57NYC's survey of downtown film and video continues in full force in its final month! Check out punk-feminist works by Vivienne Dick, the noirish films of Michael Oblowitz, a live slide performance by David Schmidlapp and Walter Steding, a multimedia evening with Michael Holman, Jackie Curtis's unseen last film, restoration premieres and more. Tickets and showtimes at mo.ma/nowave … [1] Anya Phillips in Guerillère Talks. 1978. USA. Directed by Vivienne Dick. Courtesy LUX [2] Ron Vawter in Minus Zero. 1979. USA. Directed by Michael Oblowitz. Courtesy the artist [3] Jackie Curtis and Dennis Dyke in Doris and Inez Speak the Truth. 1984. USA. Directed by Jimmy Murray. [4] Flyer for Red Italy screenings at New Cinema, 1979. Designed by and courtesy Eric Mitchell.

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With “Anthropophagy (Antropofagia),” Tarsila do Amaral offers an escape to the exuberance of Brazil’s tropical landscape, bringing together abstract forms of cactus and banana trees with monumental figures from her “A Negra” and “Abaporu” paintings. Now on view. #TarsilaMoMA … [image: Tarsila do Amaral. “Anthropophagy (Antropofagia).” 1929. Oil on canvas. Acervo da Fundação Jose e Paulina Nemirovsky, em comodato com a Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo. © Tarsila do Amaral Licenciamentos.]

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Our exhibition of #TaniaBruguera’s “Untitled (Havana, 2000)” mimics the work's original setting, the Cabaña Fortress—a repurposed military bunker used as a prison for political prisoners during the Cuban Revolution. Then and now, Bruguera conjures the ghosts of the fortress, and invites us to have a physical experience of the darkest days of her country’s political history. On view through March 11. #TaniaBruguera … Please note: The installation will be closed on Mondays for maintenance. Visit mo.ma/bruguera for more information. ​