Posts Tagged ‘Museum of Modern Art’

MoMA’s New Photography Show Expands, Explores “Ocean of Images”

Posted by on Wednesday July 1, 2015 | Fine Art

The Museum of Modern Art has announced that it has selected 19 photographers to be shown in the 2015 edition of its “New Photography” exhibition, opening in November.  The number of photographers in this year’s show is more than double the museum’s previous selections – and that’s appropriate, given that the subtitle of this year’s... More

MoMA’s Photography Curator on Underappreciated Photographers

Posted by on Wednesday June 5, 2013 | Fine Art

Quentin Bajac, who was appointed chief curator of photography at the Museum of Modern Art, gave an interview to critic and author Richard B. Woodward, published last week in the Wall Street Journal. Bajac talked about his ideas for future acquisitions for the permanent collection. “Artists that he thinks the museum has wrongly ignored or... More

MoMA Photo Director Peter Galassi to Retire After 30 Years

Posted by on Monday May 2, 2011 | Fine Art

The Museum of Modern Art in New York City announced today that their photography department director will retire in July of this year. During his 30-year career with MoMA, Peter Galassi organized or co-organized more than 40 exhibitions, highlighting the work of Andreas Gursky, Jeff Wall, Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander and Henri Cartier-Bresson among many... More