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Tuesday Evenings at the Modern
Oct 02, 2012

Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (born Brian Donnelly) has received critical acclaim for the ease with which he straddles the commercial and fine art worlds. KAWS’s paintings, sculptures, prints, editioned toys, apparel, and other products deftly reference popular culture and the history of modern painting as they reflect the chaotic nature of contemporary life. KAWS has exhibited his work widely, and his piece Where the End Starts, 2011, was chosen for acquisition from the Modern’s Focus Show series last year.

Magnolia at the Modern
Sep 30, 2012

“Debuting helmer Jake Schreier, screenwriter Christopher D. Ford, and a wry and wily Frank Langella all shine in a smart, plausible, and resonant film.” -- John Anderson, Variety. Langella stars as an ex-jewel thief whose son gives him a robot butler programmed to take care of him, but soon the two companions are trying their luck as a heist team.

PG-13 for some language

Magnolia at the Modern
Sep 30, 2012

“Debuting helmer Jake Schreier, screenwriter Christopher D. Ford, and a wry and wily Frank Langella all shine in a smart, plausible, and resonant film.” -- John Anderson, Variety. Langella stars as an ex-jewel thief whose son gives him a robot butler programmed to take care of him, but soon the two companions are trying their luck as a heist team.

PG-13 for some language

Magnolia at the Modern
Sep 30, 2012

“Debuting helmer Jake Schreier, screenwriter Christopher D. Ford, and a wry and wily Frank Langella all shine in a smart, plausible, and resonant film.” -- John Anderson, Variety. Langella stars as an ex-jewel thief whose son gives him a robot butler programmed to take care of him, but soon the two companions are trying their luck as a heist team.

PG-13 for some language

Magnolia at the Modern
Sep 29, 2012

“Debuting helmer Jake Schreier, screenwriter Christopher D. Ford, and a wry and wily Frank Langella all shine in a smart, plausible, and resonant film.” -- John Anderson, Variety. Langella stars as an ex-jewel thief whose son gives him a robot butler programmed to take care of him, but soon the two companions are trying their luck as a heist team.

PG-13 for some language

Magnolia at the Modern
Sep 28, 2012

“Debuting helmer Jake Schreier, screenwriter Christopher D. Ford, and a wry and wily Frank Langella all shine in a smart, plausible, and resonant film.” -- John Anderson, Variety. Langella stars as an ex-jewel thief whose son gives him a robot butler programmed to take care of him, but soon the two companions are trying their luck as a heist team.

PG-13 for some language

Magnolia at the Modern
Sep 28, 2012

“Debuting helmer Jake Schreier, screenwriter Christopher D. Ford, and a wry and wily Frank Langella all shine in a smart, plausible, and resonant film.” -- John Anderson, Variety. Langella stars as an ex-jewel thief whose son gives him a robot butler programmed to take care of him, but soon the two companions are trying their luck as a heist team.

PG-13 for some language

The Muse
Sep 27, 2012

The Muse is an intensive painting course for adults focusing on the work of Lucian Freud. What does it mean to have a muse? What is the muse's role in the history of painting? A local artist guides this class in exploring figure painting as it relates to the work in Lucian Freud: Portraits.

In the Moment
Sep 26, 2012

This special program is designed for people with memory loss and their caregivers. Participants experience works on view through intimate conversation with docents and thoughtful projects designed by the Museum’s education staff. Two sessions, 10 am and 2 pm, are offered on select Wednesdays, with space available for 20 participants per session.

RSVP to estarr@themodern.org or 817.840.2118. This free program includes admission to the galleries and all needed materials.

In the Moment
Sep 26, 2012

This special program is designed for people with memory loss and their caregivers. Participants experience works on view through intimate conversation with docents and thoughtful projects designed by the Museum’s education staff. Two sessions, 10 am and 2 pm, are offered on select Wednesdays, with space available for 20 participants per session.

RSVP to estarr@themodern.org or 817.840.2118. This free program includes admission to the galleries and all needed materials.

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