A new set of espresso cups and saucers to be released by Illy are so stunning and unique, they could only have been designed by one person: Yoko Ono. The collection, called “Yoko Ono: Mended Cups,” will be released alongside Ono’s upcoming show at the Museum of Modern Art.”
Sorry, selfie stick enthusiasts, but the number of places where your selfie sticks are welcome continues to shrink. The latest no-go zone: Wimbledon.
On Saturday, the Björk retrospective will open to the public at MoMA in New York. It's a stiflingly small exhibit compared to her almost 40-year body of work (she released her first solo album in 1977, at the age of 12), and it focuses primarily on her notebooks and costumes from the 20-some years since Debut, along…
According to /bent, MoMA made this homage to Tilda Swinton back in November, when they honored her during a gala. Let's just use it as an excuse to be entranced by her acting and stunned by her range. Also, if you have not seen Orlando, remedy that with a quickness.
There was a closing party for Ryan Trecartin's show "Any Ever" at the Museum of Modern Art's contemporary space, PS1, on Wednesday night, co-hosted by the museum and an online magazine called DIS. There was candy, and an open bar, and Trecartin's incredible video installations, which are about capitalism and market…
Gaga went to the Museum of Modern Art yesterday to check out Marina Abramović's installation. Though Gaga didn't actually sit down to face the artist, she did sport particularly insane shoes. And look at her pretty spiked face mask!
Bill Cunningham, the venerable street photographer, is an unlikely fashion institution, and the premiere of Bill Cunningham New York, at the Museum of Modern Art, brought out a ton of happy heavy hitters.
This fall, MoMA is inviting art lovers to consider the work of the contemporary mixed-media artist who brought us PeeWee's Big Adventure, and the sight of an entire dinner party singing Harry Belafonte's Banana Boat song: Tim Burton.
You know it's fab when you see Anna Wintour and the Olsens. And that it's bizarre when you see Johnny Depp, Patti Smith, and Danny DeVito. "The Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit: A Tribute To Tim Burton" was both.
MoMA's 41st Annual Party in the Garden, held in, well, the Museum of Modern Art's garden, always brings out the a mix of old guard and random newbies - think Dionne, Glenn, Glenda and Estelle - and the result? Magic!
Pipilotti Rist is currently showing her work Pour Your Body Out at NYC's MoMA, where she turns the atrium of the museum into a womb, making over the masculine space into something inescapably feminine.