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Magnolia at the Modern
Apr 08, 2012

"For all its quirks and tangents, Declaration of War feels entirely alive. This story of two people who transform fear into action is inspiring." Stephen Holden, New York Times.

When their 18-month-old son is diagnosed with a brain tumor, young parents Roméo and Juliette unite in the fight for his survival.

100 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Magnolia at the Modern
Apr 08, 2012

"For all its quirks and tangents, Declaration of War feels entirely alive. This story of two people who transform fear into action is inspiring." Stephen Holden, New York Times.

When their 18-month-old son is diagnosed with a brain tumor, young parents Roméo and Juliette unite in the fight for his survival.

100 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern
Apr 10, 2012 - Apr 10, 2012

Gary Rough is a Scottish conceptual artist based in New York who represented his homeland in the 2003 Venice Biennale.

Apr 11, 2012

Hardcastle, a man of substance, looks forward to acquainting his daughter with his old pal’s son with a view to marriage. But thanks to playboy Lumpkin, he’s mistaken by his prospective son-in-law, Marlow, for an innkeeper, his daughter for the local barmaid. The good news is, while Marlow can barely speak to a woman of quality he’s a charmer with those of a different stamp. And so, as Hardcastle’s indignation intensifies, Miss Hardcastle’s appreciation for her misguided suitor soars. Misdemeanors multiply, love blossoms, mayhem ensues.

Wonderful Wednesdays
Apr 11, 2012

Wonderful Wednesdays is a program for families with young children led by a docent. A gallery project designed by the education department is included. The tour and project focus on a few works in the collection. Registration is not required, but a sign-up sheet is provided at the front desk the day of the program. Attendance is limited; admission is free.

For more information, please send a message to childrensprograms@themodern.org.

Apr 11, 2012

Hardcastle, a man of substance, looks forward to acquainting his daughter with his old pal’s son with a view to marriage. But thanks to playboy Lumpkin, he’s mistaken by his prospective son-in-law, Marlow, for an innkeeper, his daughter for the local barmaid. The good news is, while Marlow can barely speak to a woman of quality he’s a charmer with those of a different stamp. And so, as Hardcastle’s indignation intensifies, Miss Hardcastle’s appreciation for her misguided suitor soars. Misdemeanors multiply, love blossoms, mayhem ensues.

The Big Drawing Class
Apr 13, 2012

A new take on a classic theme, this class will explore drawing in relation to the Modern’s exhibitions for the spring 2012 season. Drawing is cornerstone foundation for most artists. Whether a sketch, a notation, or a refined mark in a journal, all artists use drawing in various ways to work through ideas. This class explores drawing through the FOCUS exhibitions featuring KAWS, Katie Paterson, Ged Quinn, and the special exhibition, Glenn Ligon: AMERICA. The Big Drawing Class spans 13 weeks, with three different artists leading classes over the course of the semester.

Magnolia at the Modern
Apr 13, 2012

"Funny and smart, Footnote is told with wild, inventive cinematic flourishes. Joseph Cedar pulls off a feat of intellectual and cinematic elegance." Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly.

In this 2012 Oscar nominee for best Foreign Language Film, Eliezer and Uriel Shkolnik are father and son as well as rival professors in Talmudic Studies. When both men learn that Eliezer will be lauded for his work, their complicated relationship reaches new heights.

Magnolia at the Modern
Apr 13, 2012

"Funny and smart, Footnote is told with wild, inventive cinematic flourishes. Joseph Cedar pulls off a feat of intellectual and cinematic elegance." Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly.

In this 2012 Oscar nominee for best Foreign Language Film, Eliezer and Uriel Shkolnik are father and son as well as rival professors in Talmudic Studies. When both men learn that Eliezer will be lauded for his work, their complicated relationship reaches new heights.

Magnolia at the Modern
Apr 14, 2012

"Funny and smart, Footnote is told with wild, inventive cinematic flourishes. Joseph Cedar pulls off a feat of intellectual and cinematic elegance." Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly.

In this 2012 Oscar nominee for best Foreign Language Film, Eliezer and Uriel Shkolnik are father and son as well as rival professors in Talmudic Studies. When both men learn that Eliezer will be lauded for his work, their complicated relationship reaches new heights.

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