Category Archives: MoMA

Buried at Springs: Frank O’Hara’s Funeral (7/27/66)

51 years ago today, Frank O’Hara was buried in Green River Cemetery, in Springs, New York, just steps away from the grave of one of his heroes, Jackson Pollock, two days after being struck down by a dune buggy on … Continue reading

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Jean Dubuffet and Frank O’Hara: “You know how wonderful the 20th Century can be”

In this week’s New Yorker, Peter Schjeldahl reviews an exhibit currently showing at the American Folk Art Museum in New York called “Art Brut in America: The Incursion of Jean Dubuffet.”  The show is devoted to Dubuffet‘s large collection of “outsider art” … Continue reading

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New chief curator of media and performance at MoMA: “Frank O’Hara was always my hero”

As the New York Times reported last week, MoMA has announced that Stuart Comer will become its new chief curator of media and performance in September.  Comer comes to MoMA from the Tate Modern in London, where he was the first … Continue reading

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