The New MOMA

The Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection has been reinstalled in radical fashion, opening up the narrative of modern art to incorporate film alongside the other fine arts, among them painting, drawing, and photography. GME distributes many of these canonical works in DVD exclusively to universities in North America, in order to further their appreciation and incorporation into teaching curricula. These major works include films by Helen Levitt (IN THE STREET), Germaine Dulac (THE SEASHELL AND THE CLERGYMAN), Hans Richter (RHYTHMUS 21), Paul Strand and Charles Sheeler (MANHATTA), Maya Deren (A STUDY IN CHOREOGRAPHY FOR THE CAMERA), Walther Ruttmann (BERLIN, SYMPHONY OF A GREAT CITY) , Dziga Vertov (MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA and ENTHUSIASM).

 
 

MANHATTA (1921)

 
 

ENTHUSIASM (1930)

 
 
 

IN THE STREET (1948)

 
 
Jon Gartenberg, GME PResident and Juan Manuel Dominguez, bafici programmer in front of an extremely rare poster from METROPOLIS (1927)

Jon Gartenberg, GME PResident and Juan Manuel Dominguez, bafici programmer in front of an extremely rare poster from METROPOLIS (1927)