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With your support, 2017 will be Mmuseumm's most exciting year yet.
Recent Accomplishments & Upcoming Activities
Last weekend, we launched a new form of journalism for The New York Times. The publication of Mohammed Qutaish's Future Aleppo was the very first ever Op-Object.
Sara Berman's Closet at The Metropolitan Museum of Art: March 6 - September 5, 2017
Future Aleppo by Mohammed Qutaish at The Victoria & Albert Museum: May 19 - November 11, 2018
5 Year Anniversary
DR. NAKAMATS TURNS 88 of 144 YEARS OLD
MMUSEUMM SEASON 5 OPENS TO PUBLIC
"Mmuseumm continues to defy categorization as either a recognized cultural institution or a nonconformist outsider art project. In effect, it's both."
"[Mmuseumm exhibitions] both deepen and complicate the current moment. They certainly don't tell us what to think. But they absolutely tell us that thinking is what we should do."
Contributions go to maintaining the space, exhibitions and programming, staff, and operational costs.
Future Aleppo creator Mohammed Quatish is currently living in Turkey with his parents and four younger siblings. He continues to build architectural models while navigating incredible challenges, and is working so that he can attend architecture school in 2020. Mmuseumm is launching an initiative to collect and preserve Mohammed's original work for international exhibition and support the family in this time of crisis. Please contact Alex Kalman [firstname.lastname@example.org] for more information.
Alex Kalman, Ddirectorr of Mmuseumm
Thank you to the wonderful, imaginative, and generous supporters who have enabled Mmuseumm to provide the public with a progressive curatorial approach to understanding the world we currently live in.
Founding Support provided by
Kate, Bea, and Andy Spade
Major Support received from
The May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation
Exhibition Support received from:
The Charles Melcher Foundation, The Freedman Family Fund,
IB5k, Isaac Mizrahi, Charlotte Sheedy, Richard Sachs
Operational Support received from:
Kurt Andersen, Anne Kramer, Kim Hastreiter, John Lyons, Chad Gallant, Peter Allen, Judith Richland
Sunny Bates, Ervin Weiss, Anne Marino and Bernie Telsey, Yaniv Schulman, Janet Pollack, Elsa Longhauser,
Mmuseumm is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas 501(c)(3)