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MoMA's February line-up is full of opportunities to experience something new.
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MoMa. The Museum of Modern Art
Relive the 1970s and 1980s at Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983, immerse yourself in the powerful performance art of Tania Bruguera, revel in the dazzling modern works of Tarsila do Amaral, and attend the Museum's annual international film festival dedicated to documentaries.
Need plans for February 14? Enjoy an after-hours Valentine Tour of MoMA's collection. Keep the visit going with special Valentine's Day menus at The Bar Room and The Modern, or plan an unforgettable dining experience at the Kitchen Table.
Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil | February 8–18
This exhibition is the first in the United States exclusively devoted to Brazilian artist Tarsila do Amaral, a foundational figure in the history of modernism in Latin America. Over 130 artworks will be on view, including emblematic modernist paintings and large-scale, socially driven works.
Tania Bruguera:- Untitled (Havana, 2000) | February 3–March 11
Cuban-born artist and activist Tania Bruguera uses performance to investigate questions of state power in her installation Untitled (Havana, 2000). The work was first presented in the Cabaña Fortress, on view for mere hours in Havana before being shut down by the Cuban government.
You Are Now One of Us - Film at Club 57 | Through February 14
In conjunction with the Club 57 gallery exhibition, this series explores the films that took a central role in defining the club’s programming. Selected from actual Club 57 screenings, it spans horror, science fiction, musicals, psychedelia, 1960s mod, European art cinema, TV programs, and more.
Doc Fortnight 2018 - MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media | February 15–26
MoMA’s annual international festival returns for its 17th year with 12 days of innovative approaches to documentary filmmaking. Presenting a diverse assortment of features and short films, the festival continues to highlight the vibrant and varied styles of independent filmmakers.