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Modern Mondays

The Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art’s Modern Mondays series, which celebrates moving-image experimentation and innovation, returns beginning September 12 and continuing through May 2023. This year’s line-up includes in-person appearances from artists and filmmakers across generations and representing the breadth of moving-image practices today.

This long-running screening series builds upon the legacy of MoMA’s Cineprobe (1968–2002) and Video Viewpoints (1978–2002) programs, inviting artists working in film and video to present their work in an intimate setting, with each evening presenting a unique opportunity for audiences to engage in dialogue with the artists, along with curators and other guests. Often premiering new films to New York City audiences or building on concurrent MoMA exhibitions through in-depth dialogue, Modern Mondays is a platform for both emerging artists and trailblazing figures at the forefront of the cinematic art form.

Currently announced 2022-2023 programs:

September 12: An Evening with Wolfgang Tillmans

September 19: An Evening with Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer

October 10: An Evening with Moyra Davey

October 31: An Evening with Fox Maxy

November 7: An Evening with Alfredo Jaar

November 14: An Evening with Simon Liu

December 5: An Evening with Linda Goode Bryant

December 12: An Evening with Yuri Ancarani

January 23: An Evening with Greta Snider (in conjunction with To Save and Project)

Additional programs to be announced. Tickets go on sale one week prior to the screening date, beginning at 10:30 a.m., at moma.org/film.

Organized by the Department of Film and the Department of Media and Performance, and overseen by Sophie Cavoulacos, Associate Curator, Department of Film.

 

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Additional support is provided by the Annual Film Fund. Leadership support for the Annual Film Fund is provided by Debra and Leon D. Black and by Steven Tisch, with major contributions from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art, Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder, MoMA’s Wallis Annenberg Fund for Innovation in Contemporary Art through the Annenberg Foundation, the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP), The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art, the Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, Karen and Gary Winnick, and The Brown Foundation, Inc., of Houston.

 

 

 

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Wolfgang Tillmans. 14th Street. 1994/1995. Video (color, sound), 28 min. Courtesy of the artist, David Zwirner, New York / Hong Kong, Galerie Buchholz, Berlin / Cologne, Maureen Paley, London.

Nosferasta: First Bite. 2021. USA. Directed by Bayley Sweitzer, Adam Khalil. Courtesy the filmmakers

i confess. 2019. USA/Canada. Directed by Moyra Davey. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne/New York

Gush. 2022. USA. Directed by Fox Maxy. Courtesy the filmmaker and Civic Films

Linda Goode Bryant. Flag Wars. 2003. Video (color sound). 86 min. Gift of the Jerome Foundation in honor of its founder, Jerome Hill. © 2021 Linda Goode Bryant.

Between the Heavens and Me, 2020. Chile. Directed by Alfredo Jaar. Courtesy of the filmmaker

E-Ticket. 2019. Hong Kong. Directed by Simon Liu. Courtesy the filmmaker

Da Vinci. 2012. Italy. Directed by Yuri Ancarani. Courtesy the artist

Hardcore Home Movie. 1989. USA. Directed by Greta Snider. Courtesy the filmmaker