Robert Gober speaks in metaphors

The artist gave up his usual reticence at the opening of his MoMA retrospective

Published online: 01 October 2014

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Leicester creates new gallery for its German Expressionist art

Remarkable collection born of wartime friendship between director and German-Jewish refugees

Published online: 01 October 2014

Guggenheim plans New York expansion… again

The Collection Center will have a “dynamic public-programming component”

Published online: 30 September 2014

Catalan museum shifts focus from Medieval to Modern art

Works that were shown alongside Picasso’s Guernica in 1937 are on view in Barcelona

Published online: 26 September 2014

Anselm Kiefer, the artist who won’t let us forget

Artist confronts Germany's dark past in Royal Academy retrospective, which has earned glowing previews

Published online: 25 September 2014

Head of Florence’s museums under investigation

Superintendent accused of not carrying out full tendering process for insurance on works of art lent abroad

Published online: 25 September 2014


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MoMA discovers early films of black actors

Researchers at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York have found a group of 101-year-old movies believed to be the earliest existing feature film footage to include black actors. Although other films with African-American casts were made in the same era, MoMA’s reels are the only one known to survive. The museum will include them in the exhibition “100 Years in Post-Production: Resurrecting a Lost Landmark of Black Film History,” which opens 24 October.