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In this SundayArts profile, Thirteen/WNET president Neal Shapiro interviews Glenn D. Lowry, director of the Museum of Modern Art. Recently reappointed as director, MoMA’s permanent collection has grown significantly under Lowry through acquisitions of major works by Henri Matisse, Alberto Giacometti, Joan Miro, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Gerhard Richter, Philip Guston, Eva Hesse, Lee Bontecou, […]

Comprising a film retrospective, a gallery installation, live concerts, and a panel discussion, Jazz Score celebrates some of the best original jazz composed for the cinema from the 1950s to the present. The film retrospective opens on April 17 with a weeklong theatrical run of Arthur Penn’s Mickey One, and continues with fiction features, experimental […]

MoMA’s new exhibition, Home Delivery, is satisfying but kind of perverse for New Yorkers. They’ve installed five pre-fab, temporary homes in the parking lot adjacent to the main museum, between 53rd and 54th Streets. The lot has been used to accommodate queues of people waiting to enter, though that was primarily when the renovated museum […]

What’s the opposite of a golden age? Whatever it’s called, it’s the age we’re living in when it comes to soundtracks—particularly from Hollywood movies. Trying to find a score that makes for decent home listening shorn of its accompanying images is a daunting task these days. Roughly speaking, your choices are either collections of pop […]

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