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MoMA The Museum of Modern Art Photo 2017-10-16 15:53

Last week, an 8 ⅜ × 6 ¼ inch drawing quietly went up in our fifth floor galleries and made history—for the first time, a work by Leonardo da Vinci is on view at the Museum of Modern Art. Of course, there are questions: Why here? Why now? Is Leonardo da Vinci modern? Artist David Hammons selected the brush and ink drapery study to be placed on display with just one #MoMACollection work of his choosing. What do you think he chose? If you were given the keys to our galleries, what work or artist would you pair with Leonardo da Vinci? … Image: Leonardo da Vinci. “The drapery of a kneeling figure.” c. 1491–94. Brush and black ink with white heightening on pale blue prepared paper. The Royal Collection/HM Queen Elizabeth II. Photo: Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017 #ArtistsChoice

American Museum of Natural History Photo 2017-10-16 00:01

What happens when your fate is intertwined with the fate of a very fragile species? “Honey, Rain, & Dust,” a film that screens next week at the Museum’s Margaret Mead Film Festival, follows Aisha, Fatima, and Ghareeb, three of the United Arab Emirates’ leading experts on honey. As bee colonies cope with climate change and ensuing challenges, the people who rely on beekeeping and honey-hunting begin to wonder how long they’ll be able to continue. Catch the North American premiere of this film--a contender for this year’s Margaret Mead Filmmaker Award--this Friday at 4 pm! Tickets: