Tag: Betye Saar

BETYE SAAR CRITIQUES THE FAMILIAR AND EXPLORES THE UNKOWN IN “THE LEGENDS OF BLACK GIRL’S WINDOW” AT MOMA

Betye Saar "The Legends of Black Girl's Window" MoMA Through January 4, 2020 African American artist Betye Saar is celebrated with an examination of her early work as a printmaker in exhibition The Legends of Black Girl's Window, one of a few select other exhibits that are part of MoMA's Fall 2019 opening season. After…

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THE MOMA REVEALS FRESH MUSEUM EXPERIENCE WITH REOPENING

New York's Museum of Modern Art reopened on October 20th after being closed for nearly four months. The $400 million put into the renovation went towards more extensive galleries, live performance spaces, more dining options, and a fresh new store. The extra 40,000 square feet of space means more room for the three million visitors…

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