Women of all ages, from all countries of the world: you are invited to send a testament of harm done to you for being a woman. Write your testament in your own language, in your own words, and write however openly you wish. You may sign your first name if you wish, but do not give your full name. Send a photograph of your eyes. The testaments of harm and photographs of your eyes will be exhibited in my installation Arising, October 7, 2016 – February 5 2017, at Reykjavik Art Museum. I very much hope for your participation.
MoMA Will Make Thousands of Exhibition Images Available Online
“Visitors can time-travel to see what the museum looked like during its first big show (Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh, in the fall of 1929); during seminal exhibitions (Kynaston McShine’s Information show in 1970, one of the earliest surveys of Conceptual art); and during its moments of high-minded glamour (Audrey Hepburn, in 1957, admiring a Picasso with Alfred H. Barr Jr., the museum’s domineering first director).”
The New York Times explored our newly-launched exhibition history project, which features installation photos, archival documents, and out-of-print catalogues for over 3,500 exhibitions. Have a look at mo.ma/history.
[Image: The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York]