The Museum of Modern Art has acquired Tania Bruguera’s Untitled (Havana 2000), a major performance and video installation that was conceived for and shown at the VII Bienal de La Habana in 2000. The first in a series made by the artist and presented in cities around the world between 2000 and 2009—with each piece in the series featuring a different performance addressing the sociopolitical memory of the city in question—it is a landmark of the artist’s early career, and the first work by Bruguera to enter MoMA’s collection. Untitled (Havana, 2000) was acquired through The Modern Women’s Fund Committee and the Committee on Media and Performance Art Fund. Bruguera (Cuban, b. 1968), one of the foremost figures in contemporary art, works with performative, installation-based, and experiential art forms. Though the seeds of Bruguera’s practice grew out

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