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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THEMUSEUMOFMODERNART
51.8% of themuseumofmodernart's followers are female and 48.2% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.10%. The average number of likes per post is 5521 and the average number of comments is 25.
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Check themuseumofmodernart's audience demography. This analytics report shows themuseumofmodernart's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THEMUSEUMOFMODERNART
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF THEMUSEUMOFMODERNART
- Beauty & Fashion 59.07 %
- Art & Design 58.63 %
- Photography 49.79 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 41.13 %
- Travel & Tourism 40.92 %
- Books and Literature 38.47 %
- Business & Careers 38.46 %
- Home & Garden 37.56 %
- Entertainment 35.68 %
- Fitness & Yoga 35.32 %
- Music 33.13 %
- Luxury Goods 33.06 %
“Many pictures turn out to be limp translations of the known world instead of vital objects which create an intrinsic world of their own. There is a vast difference between taking a picture and making a photograph.” –#RobertHeinecken … Lunchtime inspiration courtesy of this week’s #MoMAmagazine menu: mo.ma/menu (link in bio) … [Credit: Robert Heinecken. “Untitled Lunch (Pasta Salad).” 1984. Color instant print (Polaroid). Polaroid Foundation Fund. © 2019 The Robert Heinecken Trust]
“We worked with John Driscoll and Phil Edelstein of Composers Inside Electronics, Inc. to realize David Tudor's sound installation, ‘Rainforest V (variation 1).’ This is the first work on view in our Kravis Studio, a new space my team is using to investigate how we present and preserve time-based media installations and performances. ‘Rainforest’ is made up of twenty resonant objects suspended throughout the space to form a visual and acoustic composition. … Throughout the installation, the CIE artists were thinking about what our visitors will experience—creating moments of pause and opening up pathways for visitors to move throughout the space. Periodically they would stop, bring me to a spot and say, 'look at this,' to show me a kind of vignette they'd created within the overall composition. I am excited for visitors to have the same experience of looking and listening as I did, encountering and appreciating these moments and pathways on their own." –Athena Christa Holbrook (@wetted_ashes), collection specialist in our Department of Media and Performance … See more of #RosalindFoxSolomon’s portraits of our staff preparing for a #newMoMA: mo.ma/solomon (link in bio)
“This second diagram is a 24-hour clock divided into three concentric rings, with these kind of tongues, or tunnels connecting them…What I loved about this whole idea was asking myself, how many times a day do you go in and out of all these different spaces and times? The answer for me, apparently, is a lot.” … 🗓️ August 23, 2019—Artist #MatthewRitchie spends a day in between worlds in the latest installment of #MoMAmagazine’s A Day series in which writer Heidi Julavits invites artists to share an account of their day with us: mo.ma/aday (direct link in bio)
“...my medium is the place where art and poetry find a way to expand into the limitless. If you ask me where I draw inspiration from—from life and death. Mostly from the notion that death is always near us and its freeing force that gives life its pulse. So most of my work tends to disappear or speaks about disappearance as a source of joy, renewal and transformation.” –#CeciliaVicuña … See Chilean artist, poet, filmmaker and activist Cecilia Vicuña’s “Black Panther and Me (ii)” on view in the #newMoMA, opening October 21. … [Credit: Cecilia Vicuña. “Black Panther and Me (ii).” Bogotá 1978. Oil on canvas. Latin American and Caribbean Fund. © Cecilia Vicuña]
“I believe in the imagination. What I cannot see is infinitely more important than what I can see.” –#DuaneMichals ... Fresh-brewed inspiration courtesy of this week’s #MoMAmagazine menu. Explore “Coffee Break”: mo.ma/menu (direct link in bio) … [Credit: Duane Michals. “Coffee Cup, Knife and Book.” 1980. Oil on gelatin silver print. Purchase. © 2019 Duane Michals]
"We're creating a fully immersive world around @thisisstarchild’s music, which is already so transportive on its own. The vision is to take the audience to "Planet Starchild," surrounding them with giant glowing crystal shapes, washes of colorful fog, and towering speaker obelisks. When the audience steps into @FutureSpace.nyc, they'll be crossing the threshold into a swirling dimension of synchronized light, funk, and R&B." –Future Space co-founders @daveandgabe … This Thursday, join #PopRally for a trip to Planet Starchild to celebrate Brooklyn’s vibrant creative community. Don’t miss an intergalactic performance by Starchild & The New Romantic, plus DJ sets by @riobamba_dj and @dee.diggs. Tickets: mo.ma/poprally (link in bio)
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