MoMA and Yayoi Kusama Team up on Extremely Limited-Edition Skate Decks
Kusama altered the designs by hand-painting the mockups!
The Reason Fashion Museums Avoid Controversy
As a new fashion exhibition exploring Catholicism opens at the Met, we look at how museums often favor the uplifting messages clothing carry at the expense of their troubling associations.
This MoMA Show Asks You to Confront Racism—Both in Strangers and Yourself
In her MoMA retrospective, conceptual artist Adrian Piper explores identity, narrative, and the responsibilities of embodiment.
MoMA's New Photography Show Is a Testament to Being Human
"Being: New Photography 2018" is comprised of work by 17 photographers, all under 45, from eight countries.
Tania Brugera's Performance Was Banned in Cuba, But You Can See It at MoMA Now
Clear your schedule: Only four people are allowed in at once.
The New Wave of the Merch Trend Is Highbrow as Hell
Adjust your monocle: it's time to rep "The New Yorker," the "New York Times," and the Museum of Modern Art.
You Have to Spend a Week in Japan to Get Shoes from Lady Gaga's Favorite Designer
Noritaka Tatehana is best known for the shoes he crafts for Daphne Guinness and Lady Gaga, but he’s also on a mission to bring a sense of history to his customers.
Is Stephen Shore the Most Influential Photographer of the 20th Century?
Stephen Shore's triumphant MoMA retrospective surveys the work of a Warholian shutterbug whose lifelong embrace of the medium's vernacular forms has now earned him a healthy following on Instagram.
MoMA Revisits Club 57, Basquiat's Haunt of Choice
A comprehensive nostalgic trawl remembers, but doesn't quite reproduce, the freewheeling DIY spirit of an early-'80s downtown New York hub.
MoMA vs. Dover Street Market: Battle of the Fashion Souvenir Shops
If the merchandise inspired by MoMA’s new fashion exhibition doesn’t move you, Dover Street Market’s new floor has a selection of reasonably priced souvenirs for fashion obsessives.