“Inventing Abstraction: 1910-1925”

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It’s been a century since radical artists first “invented” abstract work, and this exhibition celebrates the 100th birthday of the now commonplace genre. Families will see more than 350 pieces from the time of abstraction’s birth—from paintings and drawings to sculptures, films, photographs and dance performances—that define this boundary-breaking, rule-changing artistic style. All ages.
Event phone: 212-708-9400
Event website: http://moma.org