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Current exhibition: Reading List: Artists’ Selections from the MoMA Library Collection
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Some Keith Haring posts for a Friday afternoon.
Announcement card for Richard Prince’s Spiritual America. (1983) -ds
In the mirror with Ray Johnson. The type on this invite is printed backwards so it’s only really legible if you look at it in a mirror. There is a circle in the middle that is inverted again to make it all the more illegible. To translate: “You are invited to a New York Correspondence School meeting at Artists Space…”
Shooting stars, movie stars. The binding on this 1928 volume of Exhibitors Daily Review and Motion Pictures Today has seen heavy use. - jt
Invite for a show of artists’ books by women at the A.I.R. Gallery (1980). Curated by Lucy Lippard. -ds
Dr. Bryan Alexander from the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) gives a lively talk about libraries and mobile technologies at the 2013 North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG) Conference in Buffalo, NY - rm
On Monday, artist Xaviera Simmons started a series of performative actions at MoMA. As part of her project, Archive as Impetus, Xaviera and others present images and perform texts from MoMA’s history with politics. From feminism to Occupy Museums, Xaviera draws a line of MoMA’s political narrative from its inception in 1929 to today.
You can see Xaviera in the Gund Lobby from 11-4pm on Mondays, in the Sculpture Garden on Thursdays at 3 and 4pm, and finally on Friday in and around the museum through June! Free with museum admission.
This project is part of Artists Experiment.
Come see Xaviera Simmons’ performances through June at MoMA. As stated above, the activities are part of MoMA Education Dept’s Artists Experiment series and her project, Archive as Impetus is the result of this residency. The project was developed through a close collaboration with our Archives and Library materials at MoMA, and we are thrilled to see our resources be used in this way.
The Outer Limits: an illustrated review, volume 2, 1978, published by SCORPIO 13 in Cleveland, OH.
Times Square & Post Office on Kenneth Goldsmith’s Pataphysical Bus Tour - rm