Inventing Abstraction, 1910–1925 is on view through April 15, 2013 at The Museum of Modern Art. Find out more at MoMA.org/inventingabstraction.


From our colleagues in the Education department: 
momatalks:

Last Friday, a group of us in the Education department went to visit No Longer Empty’s current exhibition, “How Much Do I Owe You?”.  The exhibition was installed in an unoccupied bank building in Long Island City complete with vaults and turn-of the-century details.  One of the highlights of the show is this amazing digitally created projection of Vladimir Tatlin’s Monument to the Third International from 1919/20- you can see the real thing at MoMA right now, in Inventing Abstraction on view through April.

From our colleagues in the Education department:

momatalks:

Last Friday, a group of us in the Education department went to visit No Longer Empty’s current exhibition, “How Much Do I Owe You?”.  The exhibition was installed in an unoccupied bank building in Long Island City complete with vaults and turn-of the-century details.  One of the highlights of the show is this amazing digitally created projection of Vladimir Tatlin’s Monument to the Third International from 1919/20- you can see the real thing at MoMA right now, in Inventing Abstraction on view through April.

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