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Historic Audio from the Museum of Modern Art



RADIO SERIES
An archive of recordings made at The Museum of Modern Art, collected from past exhibitions and public programs.



Clocktower Radio was launched by MoMA/PS1 in 2004 as the Web's first art radio station. It has been independent since 2009 and is licensed to host content created under PS1 management. Programs produced prior to 2011 may refer to our earlier URLs and station IDs, including WPS1.org, artonair.org, and Art International Radio. For the complete history of Clocktower Radio, read our Mission & History section. 

 

 
 

SHOWS

Kirk Varnedoe, The Politics of Postmodernism (1993)
Brian Eno: How High Can Low Go?
Opening Reception of Van Gogh and The Colors of the Night
Here is Every: Live from the MoMA Opening Reception (2008)
Kirchner and the Berlin Street at MoMA: The Preview Reception on 29 July 2008
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Omar Amiralay (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Symposium: Akram Zaatari (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Q&A (Day 2) (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Abdellah Karroum (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Nadira Laggoune-Aklouche (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Galit Eilat (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Q&A (Day 1) (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Jack Persekian (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Farhad Moshiri (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Laura Srouji (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Rachida Triki (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Opening Remarks (2007)
North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Bassam El Baroni and Mai Abu ElDahab (2007)
The Feminist Future: Catherine de Zegher (Respondent for Day One) (2007)
Song Dong (2006)
Philip Johnson: Portraits (2006)
Lynn Marie Kirby (2006)
Jon Kessler: 23 Years of Work (2006)
Stephen Vitiello (2005)
The Feminist Future: Writing the History of Feminism (2007)
Chris Burden (2005)
Mickalene Thomas (2005)
Carrie Mae Weems (2005)
Eleanor Heartney and Vija Celmins (2005)
Tony Smith (1998)
Quentin Tarantino and Uma Thurman (Great Collaborations) (2005)
John Baldessari and Tim Rollins: A Generation Apart (1989)
Michel Gondry (2004)
Larry Rivers and Terry Southern: The Donkey and the Darling (1979)
Sir Roland Penrose: The Sculpture of Picasso (1967)
A Literary Evening in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1968)
Cineprobe: Paul Morrissey (1969)
Cineprobe: Jack Nicholson (1969)
Cineprobe: Bernardo Bertolucci (1969)
Joan Jonas (2002)
The Writer Looks at Painting (1952)
Is There a New Cinema? (1967)
The Art of Assemblage (1961)
Vito Acconci
Walter Kerr on Screen Acting (1978)
Marcel Duchamp (1962)
Cy Twombly: An Artist's Artist (1994)
Paris in the 1920s (1952)
Karyn Olivier (2005)
Elizabeth Murray Retrospective: Critics' Panel (2005)
Elizabeth Murray Retrospective: Artists' Panel (2005)
An-My Le (2005)
Daniel Henri Kahnweiler on Pablo Picasso (1957)
Isabelle Huppert: Woman of Many Faces (2005)
Richard Huelsenbeck: Dada Lives! (1960)
Contemporary Photography: Process and Practice (2006)
Cineprobe: Melvin Van Peebles (1971)
Contemporary Art (1960)
Laurie Anderson and Greil Marcus (2004)
Vito Acconci (2003)
The Feminist Future: Deborah Wye, Agnes Gund, Lucy R. Lippard (2007)
The Feminist Future: Activism/Race/Geopolitics (2007)
The Feminist Future: Activism/Race/Geopolitics (Q & A) (2007)
The Feminist Future: Body/Sexuality/Identity (2007)
The Feminist Future: Body/Sexuality/Identity (Q & A) (2007)
The Feminist Future: Linda Nochlin (2007)
The Feminist Future: Deborah Wye, Anne M. Wagner(Opening Remarks / Day Two) (2007)
The Feminist Future: Institutionalization of Feminism (2007)
The Feminist Future: Linda Nochlin (Respondent for Day Two) (2007)
Pop Art (1962)