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[뉴욕현대미술관, 2021년 2월 소식]In a mood? Artists are stirring up our emotions this week

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Shake off the winter blues and find inspiration in the ways artists work through emotions to create and create and create.

Listen to a podcast featuring moving stories of artworks shaped by love, from Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith, who “felt magnified” by one another as struggling young artists in New York, to Felix Gonzalez-Torres, featured above, who found that love could conquer fate and even death. Let comic artist Ben Passmore take you through a breakup; connect with photographers who turned to old-fashioned mail when the pandemic upended plans for their exhibition; and be surprised by the ways artists, in the aftermath of World War II, turned rawness into renewal

In our galleries or online, you’ll find art for whatever mood you’re in...or want to be in.
 
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Must Love Art

Discover sweet, tragic, and inspiring love stories from art history in this Magazine Podcast episode celebrating Valentine’s Day.
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Breaking up at the Museum

Ben Passmore illustrates a relationship at its end—and all the associated feelings.
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Degree Zero: Drawing at Midcentury

See how artists from Yayoi Kusama to Jackson Pollock used drawing to start from scratch in the aftermath of World War II.
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In Praise of Postcards

Curator Lucy Gallun reflects on the connections made by sending pictures through the mail, and shares postcards she received from the artists in Companion Pieces: New Photography 2020.
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Now streaming
Mary Beams and Emily Hubley
Through Feb 18
Explore common threads of playfulness, introspection, and wonder in the work of indie animators Mary Beams and Emily Hubley. Become a member and start streaming on Virtual Cinema.
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Valentines of Good Design

Sweeter than candy, our Valentine’s Day gifts bring long-lasting delight. Discover presents for everyone you love, at every price, like the me ISSEY MIYAKE Trunk Pleats Bag—and choose their favorite from a range of 21 vivid colors.
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World’s Biggest Drawing Club
Wed, Feb 10, 7:30 p.m. ET
Celebrate artist Jason Polan’s legacy in this virtual drawing workshop for MoMA members, led by illustrator Joana Avillez. Be inspired by other participants in the World’s Biggest Drawing Club.
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The American Dream of Meatloaf

For this installment of MoMA PS1’s Cooking with Artists, Dan Herschlein reimagines the classic comfort food and talks with chef Mina Stone about how he draws inspiration for his artwork from horror movies.
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© 2021 The Museum of Modern Art
Images from top: Felix Gonzalez-Torres. “Untitled” (Perfect Lovers). 1991. Clocks, paint on wall. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of the Dannheisser Foundation. © 2021 The Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation, Courtesy Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; Robert Mapplethorpe, Bob Heimall, Arista Records. Album cover for Patti Smith, Horses. 1975. Lithograph. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Architecture and Design Funds. © Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation; Ben Passmore. This Is Tough. 2020. Courtesy of the artist; Joan Mitchell. Untitled. 1957. Oil on paper. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Drawings Funds. © Estate of Joan Mitchell; Postcard from Iñaki Bonillas; and/or. 2012. USA. Directed by Emily Hubley. Courtesy the artist; A visitor's contribution to the World's Biggest Drawing Club on February 28, 2020; Photo: Mina Stone
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