Mar 21, 2016 - Aug 21, 2016

The Modern maintains one of the foremost collections of modern and contemporary international art in the central United States. Various movements, themes, and styles are represented, including Abstract Expressionism, Color Field painting, Pop art, and Minimalism, as well as aspects of New Image Painting from the 1970s and beyond, recent developments in abstraction and figurative sculpture, and contemporary movements in photography, video, and digital imagery.

Apr 17, 2016 - Sep 18, 2016
A joint exhibition of the work of Frank Stella presented by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Whitney Museum of American Art; on view at the Modern from April 17 through September 18, 2016. Previously on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art, this exhibition will travel to the de Young Museum, San Francisco, on view November 5, 2016, through February 26, 2017.
Apr 30, 2016 - Jul 17, 2016

The photographs of Thomas Demand merge truthful documentation and unsettling artifice—two polarities raised by photography since its inception. For over two decades, Demand has built intricate, life-size, three-dimensional models made wholly out of colored construction paper and cardboard that faithfully replicate specific architectural spaces and natural settings. He photographs the ephemeral structure and destroys it once the image is made. He uses the same sculptural techniques with stop-motion animation in his films.

Apr 30, 2016

War and Peace and Prejudice and Pride
(NR, 2013, Appx. 90 minutes)

Admission is FREE. Reservations can be made via (Enter Latino Americans in the search field.) All seating becomes available first come, first served — regardless of reservation — 15 minutes before the published start time of the program. If you have a reservation, it is recommended that you arrive 30 minutes before the start of the program. A ‘Rush Line’ will be available for those without reservations waiting for seats to become available.

Apr 30, 2016

“Xavier Giannoli offers up an amusingly entertaining portrait of fortune, infamy and severe melodic dysfunction in the polished French period dramedy, Marguerite.” Jordan Mintzer, Hollywood Reporter. Marguerite Dumont is a wealthy woman in 1920s Paris and a devout music and opera enthusiast. Although she loves to sing for her friends, she is not very talented. Her friends and husband have nurtured her fantasy, but problems arise when she decides to perform in front of a real audience.