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MoMA’s First Curated App Belongs to Björk

ShutterstockBjorkAcademyAwardsUSA Today Nashville correspondent Brian Mansfield got the jump on some exciting cultural news. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is planning a full-scale retrospective of Icelandic disruptor Björk for March 7-June 7, 2015.

And that’s not all:

In conjunction with the exhibition, Björk and her One Little Indian record label are giving her Biophilia App, created for the 2011 release of her album of the same name, to MoMA. It will be the first app in the museum’s digital collection.

We can already sense fashion bloggers salivating over the prospect of a this-time-next-year launch party appearance by the semi-silent “J” one. Should be a great exhibit.

[Photo of Björk at 2000 Academy Awards: Everett Collection/Shutterstock.com]

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