Museum of Modern Art
to support Naomi Kawase’s participation in a retrospective of her work in June 2016.
to support professional exchange and research opportunities for two museum curatorial staff in southern China
to provide travel and per diem support for four museum staff to carry out research in Japan in spring 2010 for a 2012 publication of an anthology of Japanese avant-garde art titled Postwar Japanese Art, 1945-1989.
To enable MOMA art curators Roxanna Marcoci and Cornelia Butler to visit museums and survey museum procedures and contemporary art activities in Japan for two weeks in June 2008.
To support the participation of choreographer/ dancer Min Tanaka and associated artists in public programs associated with an exhibition documenting Mr. Tanaka's work to be held at P.S. 1 and MOMA
support the participation of four curators from Asia in a Workshop on Curatorial Issues to be held in New York in March 2005
support for a workshop for museum professionals from East and West Asia
to enable the museum's International Programs director Jay Levenson to participate in the Japan-U.S. Museum Professionals Exchange Program planning meeting in Japan in April 1997
Support the participation of poet and video artists Shuntaro Tanikawa in the Video Viewpoints lecture series at the Museum of Modern Art in April 1993.
to provide for the purchase of the videotape entitled Global Groove by Nam June Paik, composer and video artist.
To enable Willard Van Dyke, director, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, to review showings of Indian films at Cinematheque Française, Paris, in preparation for a festival of Indian films at the museum and to enable Donald Richie, film critic, Tokyo, to travel to New York to advise the museum on contemporary Asian films.
To provide support for the exhibition The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture, organized in collaboration with the San Francisco Museum of Art and shown in eight cities in the United States, April 1965-May 1967
to provide support for the exhibition Two Decades of American Painting shown at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo; the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto; and the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, October 1966-April 1967.Learn More