MoMA

Monday's image: May 27, 2019

Jacob Lawrence, They did not always leave because they were promised work in the North. Many of them left because of Southern conditions, one of them being great floods that ruined the crops, and therefore they were unable to make a living where they were, Casein tempera on hardboard, 18 x 12 inches, 1940-41, The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: November 19, 2018

Martín Ruiz de Azúa, Basic House (Prototype), Polyester, 200 x 200 x 200 centimeters, 1999, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: October 15, 2018

Mary Miss, Arrivals and Departures: 100 Doors, Hinged painted wood and mirrors, one hundred parts, 274.3 x 707.4 x 152.4 centimeters, 1986, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: April 2, 2018

Sheila Hicks, Blue Letter, Hand-woven wool, 17.75 x 17 inches, 1959, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: March 19, 2018

Ulises Carrión, Margins C, Torn A4 graph paper, bound with string, 11.5 x 8.25 inches, 1976, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: January 15, 2018

Ben Vautier, Mystery Box, Sealed cardboard box with screenprint, containing unknown contents, 20.5 x 21.1 x 20.8 centimeters, 1964, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: January 1, 2018

Sam Francis, Towards Disappearance, II, Oil on canvas, 275.6 x 319.7 centimeters, Paris, 1957-58, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: October 2, 2017

Rafael Canogar, Police Barricade (Cordón de policía) from The Earth, Lithograph and embossing, from a portfolio of 14 lithographs, 22 1/16 x 30 1/16 inches, 1969, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: September 11, 2017

Felix Droese, Dresden Yellow I, Woodcut, 28 1/8 x 19 1/2 inches, 1993, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: May 22, 2017

Nobuaki Kojima, Untitled, Painted plaster and strips of red-and-white cloth coated with polyethylene resin, 67 5/8 x 35 1/2 x 19 3/8 inches, 1964, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: March 6, 2017

Martin Kippenberger, Martin, Into the Corner, You Should Be Ashamed of Yourself, Cast aluminum, clothing and iron plate, 71.5 x 29.5 x 13.5 inches, 1992, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: February 13, 2017

Claes Oldenburg, Two Cheeseburgers, with Everything (Dual Hamburgers), Burlap soaked in plaster, painted with enamel, 7 x 14 3/4 x 8 5/8 inches, 1962, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: January 30, 2017

General Idea, Cornucopia: The Birth of Red, White and Blue from Fear Management, One from a portfolio of eight screenprints, with hand additions, 32 15/16 x 21 15/16 inches, 1987, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: December 19, 2016

Jackson Pollock, The She-Wolf, Oil, gouache and plaster on canvas,
41 7/8 x 67 inches, 1943, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: April 25, 2016

Eugenio Dittborn, 8 Sobrevivientes (8 Survivors), Screenprint on folded brown Kraft paper housed in brown Kraft paper envelope screenprinted with artist's standard mailing form and collaged documentation label, sheet: 79 7/8 x 60 1/2 inches, envelope: 20 11/16 x 15 15/16 inches, Printer: Impresos Punto Color Limitada, Santiago, Chile, 1986, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: January 25, 2016

Dorothea Rockburne, Drawing Which Makes Itself: Neighbourhood, Transparentized paper, pencil, colored pencil, and felt-tip pen on wall, 107 x 150 inches, 1973, Museum of Modern Art, New York