Past Exhibitions and Installations


CHANGING EXHIBITIONS AND INSTALLATIONS
Martin Scorsese
December 11, 2016–April 23, 2017

HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US
January 20–February 10, 2017

Graphic Films and the Inception of 2001: A Space Odyssey
March 4–November 27, 2016

Computer Films of the 1960s
May 21–October 30, 2016

Arcade Classics: Video Games from the Collection
March 25–November 27, 2016

The Reaction GIF: Moving Image as Gesture
June 15–August 21, 2016

MUTANT LEFTOVERS
April 13–June 12, 2016

The World of Anomalisa
December 18, 2015–June 5, 2016

Walkers: Hollywood Afterlives in Art and Artifact
November 7, 2015–April 10, 2016

How Cats Took Over the Internet
August 7–February 21, 2016

Mutant Leftovers
September 23–November 1, 2015

Matthew Weiner's Mad Men
March 14–September 6, 2015

Sensory Stories: An Exhibition of New Narrative Experiences
April 18-July 26, 2015

Common Areas
January 9-May 10, 2015

Lights, Camera, Astoria!
October 26, 2013-March 29, 2015

Plymptoons: Short Films by Bill Plympton
January 7-February 12, 2015

What's Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones
July 19, 2014-January 19, 2015

A Memory of Astoria
September 24, 2014-January 8, 2015

Plymptoons: Short Films and Drawings by Bill Plympton
September 13, 2014-January 4, 2015

AMERICAN MESHUGGANA
May 16-September 21, 2014

Jim Campbell: Rhythms of Perception
March 21–June 15, 2014

The Reaction GIF: Moving Image as Gesture
March 12–May 15, 2014

Madden NFL: 25 Years and Running
January 9–February 23, 2014

Indie Essentials: 25 Must-Play Video Games
December 14, 2013–March 2, 2014

Translation Party
November 6, 2013–February 2, 2014

The Booth: The Last Days of Film Projection
October 5, 2013–February 2, 2014

DVD Dead Drop
August 16, 2012–November 26, 2013

PERSOL MAGNIFICENT OBSESSIONS: 30 stories of craftsmanship in film
July 11–November 11, 2013

SINGLE STREAM
July 3–November 3, 2013

From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White's Transformation in Breaking Bad
July 26–October 27, 2013

Cut Up
June 29–October 14, 2013

Spectacle: The Music Video
April 3–June 16, 2013

A Tribute to Heather
February 27–June 30, 2013

Spacewar! Video Games Blast Off
December 15, 2012–March 3, 2013

Under Construction
December 4, 2012–February 24, 2013

The Art of Rise of the Guardians
November 10, 2012–March 3, 2013

a simplistic altar made from a prohibited film scene
October 19–21, 2012

Phil Solomon: American Falls
September 15–November 25, 2012

Film After Film
August 25–October 28, 2012

PERSOL MAGNIFICENT OBSESSIONS: 30 stories of craftsmanship in film
June 14–August 19, 2012

Pretty Loaded
June 6, 2012–April 14, 2013

Моя Америка (My America)
May 24–June 7, 2012

INDUSTRY/CINEMA: An Installation by Caroline Martel
May 17–October 28, 2012

We Tripped El Hadji Diouf
February 5–March 9, 2014
April 17–May 22, 2013
June 15–October 14, 2012

JODI: Street Digital
March 31–May 20, 2012

Restless: Films and Other Works by Mircea Cantor
March 3–May 6, 2012

Jim Henson's Time Piece
February 28–March 2, 2012

Surviving Life: Collages by Jan Svankmajer
November 17, 2011–February 26, 2012

Ming Wong: Persona Performa Panorama
November 10, 2011–April 15, 2012

Jim Campbell: Exploded View (Commuters)
August 26–November 6, 2011

Christopher Baker: Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise
July 18–November 6, 2011

Jim Henson's Fantastic World
July 16, 2011–March 4, 2012

Trash Mirror
May 24–August 15, 2011

Two by Ken Jacobs
May 20–July 7, 2011

Chiho Aoshima: City Glow
January 15–July 17, 2011

Martha Colburn: DOLLS VS. DICTATORS
January 15–May 15, 2011

Real Virtuality
January 15–June 12, 2011

Digital Play
August 26, 2004–February 24, 2008

Interactions/Art and Technology
May 21–July 18, 2004

Maiden Flight
Paul Johnson
July 26, 2004–January 2008

Trauma
Paul Johnson
May 21–July 22, 2004

BLIP: Video Arcade Classics from the Museum Collection
January 24–July 18, 2004

DigitalMedia
November 27, 2002–May 2, 2004

Wavelengths
Jim Campbell
November 5, 2003–February 2, 2004

Moving Images
Jeremy Blake
July 19, 2003–October 26, 2003

Dare: Fabrica
June 19, 2003–October 26, 2003

Telephone
Christian Marclay
January 9, 2003–February 1, 2003

Trash Mirror Daniel Rozin
November 6, 2002–June 25, 2003

Expanded Entertainment
January 2000–November 3, 2002

Countdown/Tailout Mural #2
Richard Linklater
March 1998–November 2002

Computer Space ‘98
December 1997–December 1999

Television Set Design: Late Show with David Letterman
July 1, 1996–October 19, 1997

Computer Space: A Digital Game Arcade
July 1995–December 1995 and July 1996–February 1997

Hopalong Cassidy: King of the Licensed Cowboys
Museum of the Moving Image, October 1, 1994–May 28, 1995
National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, OK, September 15, 1995–January 28, 1996

Muky's New York: Photographer to the Post–War Film Renaissance
May 14, 1994–September 4, 1994

Creating a Collection: Film and Video Technology
September 10, 1993–April 30, 1995

The Living Room Candidate: A History of Presidential Campaigns on Television 1952–1992
July 4, 1992–February 28, 1993

Changing Faces
October 4, 1991–March 1993

Shigeko Kubota Video Sculpture
Museum of the Moving Image, April 26–September 15, 1991
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan, January 1992–March 1992

From Harlem to Hollywood: American Race Movies 1912–1948
Museum of the Moving Image, October 6, 1990–March 3, 1991
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, April 1991–July 1991
Museum of the Moving Image, October 1, 1992–February 28, 1993

Reel Art: Great Film Posters from the Carson Collection
Paine Webber Art Gallery, New York, NY, April 12, 1990–June 29, 1990

Leaps of Faith (Unnamed Sources and Victims of Circumstance)
Louis Hock
October 28, 1989–February 4, 1990

Tony Walton: Designing for Stage and Screen (1989–1991)
Museum of the Moving Image, September 22, 1989–August 26, 1990
Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich, CT, December 5, 1991–January 16, 1992

Dissolved Light
Richard Bloes
June 30–September 3, 1989

Escape to Hollywood: Émigré Filmmakers from Nazi Germany
April 21, 1989–September 3, 1989

Masterpieces of Moving Image Technology
September 10, 1988–March 19, 1989

TV Stripes on Tree Stumps
Buky Schwartz
October 25, 1985–December 14, 1985

Light, Camera, Action: New York's Silent Film Studios
New York Historical Society, November 3, 1983–March 4, 1984

Making Movies in New York 1896–1982
Astoria Studios Gallery, 1982


CORE EXHIBITION
Behind the Screen
February 17, 1996–present

From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White's Transformation in Breaking Bad
July 26–October 27, 2013

3-D Lenticular Posters for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
October 27, 2012–March 10, 2013

Aliens, Gadgets, and Guns: Designing the World of Men in Black 3
May 9–October 8, 2012

Behind the Screen: Producing, Promoting, and Exhibiting Motion Pictures and Television
September 10, 1988–July 9, 1995

Star Trek: 40 Years of Fandom
October 6, 2006–July 22, 2007

From Penny Arcade to Megaplex: A Special Exhibition in Honor of the 100th Anniversary of Loews
November 10, 2004–September 17, 2006

Gumby and the Art of Stop–Motion Animation
June 18, 2005–January 16, 2006

Tim Burton Drawings
November 19, 2003–October 24, 2004

Robert DeNiro: Costume & Character
February 6, 2002–January 2, 2004

Monk's Café and the Making of Seinfeld
August 15, 1998–November 11, 2001


TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS
Behind the Screen: Making Motion Pictures and Television
World Financial Center, New York, NY, November 1, 1998–December 6, 1998
Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden, February 6, 1999–May 30, 1999
Technisches Museum, Vienna Austria, April 1, 2000–June 30, 2000
Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA, February 10–May 13, 2001
COSI Toledo, Toledo, OH, October 5, 2001– January 21, 2002
Science City, Kansas City, MO, February 16–May 12, 2002
Discovery Science Center, Santa Ana, CA, June 14–September 7, 2003

The Silhouette Selection: Recent Celebrity Photography 1979–1991
Museum of the Moving Image, May 8, 1992–September 6, 1992
1600 Smith Gallery, Houston, TX, September 11, 1992–November 18, 1992
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, November 20, 1992–February 2, 1993
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, February 4, 1993–April 20, 1993
Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL, April 26, 1993–July 20, 1993
Albright–Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, July 27, 1993–October 12, 1993
Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Beverly Hills, CA, October 18, 1993–December 31, 1993

Hot Circuits: A Video Arcade
Museum of the Moving Image, June 14, 1989–May 27, 1990
Science Museum of Connecticut, West Hartford, CT, June 1, 1990–September 24, 1990
Space Coast Science Museum, Melbourne, FL, October 15, 1990–January 21, 1991
Discovery Place, Charlotte, NC, February 11, 1991–May 20, 1991
Miami Museum of Science, Miami, FL, June 10, 1991–September 23, 1991
Cumberland Science Museum, Nashville, TN, October 24, 1991–January 20, 1992
Museum of Science and Industry, Louisville, KY, February 10, 1992–May 18, 1992
Detroit Science Center, Detroit, MI, June 8, 1992–September 21, 1992
Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WA, October 19, 1992–January 18, 1993
Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA, February 8, 1993–May 17, 1993
Children's Museum of Memphis, Memphis, TN, June 7, 1993–September 20, 1993
Museum of the Moving Image, October 2, 1993–May 1, 1994

For information on past exhibitions, please contact collection@movingimage.us.