- Skip the long, long lines with this unique ticket and have your (mobile) ticket scanned at the elevators inside!
- The fourth and fifth floors feature famous works, such as Van Gogh's The Starry Night, Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, splatter works by Jackson Pollock and Rothko's large-scale chromatic canvases
- You'll find time slipping by like the fluid clocks in a Salvador Dali painting. Speaking of which: this is where Dali's The Persistence of Memory hangs
Self-dubbed the 'fisherman of social absurdity', Pope.L's unique form of social commentary enacts themes of racial and economic conflict through theatrical performances, street actions, video, painting, and more.
member: Pope.L, 1978-2001 focuses on the key performances of a subversive visual artist whose body of work questions the culture of success and the stark inequalities in the pursuit of the American Dream.
Until February 2020, see thought-provoking protest works including Times Square Crawl (1978) and Tompkins Square Crawl (1991), which saw Pope.L disrupting public spaces by bringing his politically charged messages to the streets.
Betye Saar: The Legends of Black Girl's Window examines early experimental prints and assemblages created by Betye Saar during the 1960s, a formative period that led to her iconic Black Girl's Window of 1969.
The exhibition delves into recurring themes of family, history, and mysticism which preceded a shift to more provocative pieces admonishing entrenched racism in the United States. This change of direction was brought on, in part, by the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968.
To celebrate the museum's reopening, MoMA's first exhibition is dedicated entirely to Saar and presents an opportunity to trace the early development of her artistic voice, which would see her become a heroine of the Black Arts Movement.
Art is cool. New York is cool. Checking out art in the Museum of Modern Art? Now you're cool. MoMA is an art lover's paradise, a place to soak up art in an elevated atmosphere. And if you're not yet a lover of modern and contemporary art, this museum – filled with Van Goghs, Warhols and Picassos – might turn you into one.
The museum's 2019 update has brought in new ways to explore contemporary art, with the Kravis Studio for experimental programming and the Crown Creativity Lab.
MoMA provides a portal into the kinetic world of modernism and wonder in a range of different disciplines; you'll find architecture, photography, painting, sculpture, design, film and more.
Located right in Midtown Manhattan, MoMA will make an art fan out of you from the sculpture garden, the ongoing film series and regularly changing exhibitions.
MoMA was founded in 1929 by three influential women of the era – Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, Lilly P. Bliss and Mary Quinn Sullivan. In its 87 years the MoMA has endured fires, renovations and controversy – and emerged a true New Yorker.
Step off the subway and right into Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night, and just keep going from there. You might even create your own masterpiece, or at least learn something from practicing artists, in the MoMA Creativity Lab.
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