Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Time Out says
Friendly warning! We're working hard to be accurate. But these are unusual times, so please check that venues remain open.
UPDATE: Make sure to check for changes in its reopening plan here.
After three years of planning and construction—including a four-month closure this summer—the Museum of Modern Art has finally thrown open its doors to a shiny, reconfigured self, offering the public more MoMA to love (or at least to ponder) than ever. The massive expansion brings the institution’s total size to a whopping 708,000 square feet, 166,000 of which are dedicated to exhibition space. But the biggest deal is MoMA’s remix of its vaunted holdings: After decades of promoting promoting Picasso, Matisse, Pollock and other great white males, The Modern has dusted off works from women and artists of color that had been languishing in storage. Proclaiming a new woke MoMA, the museum has shifted to a multicultural reconsideration of 20th- and 21st-century art. But don't worry: You can still find works by fan favorites like Matisse.
11 W 53rd St
|Cross street:||between Fifth and Sixth Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: B, D, F, M to 47–50th Sts–Rockefeller Ctr; E, M to Fifth Ave–53rd St|
|Price:||$25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free. Free Friday 5:30-9pm. For discounts, order tickets in advance at moma.org. Film tickets free with museum admission; screenings-only admission $12, seniors $10, students $8, children under 16 free.|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu, Sat, Sun 10:30am–5:30pm; Fri 10:30am–9pm.|
|Do you own this business?|
Pick a date
Please select two valid dates
The first date can't be after the second date
No events found for the selected dates
"Cinematic Illumination" by Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver
Gulliver’s chromatic video installation is projected across 360 degrees to bring the 1960s underground Tokyo discotheque, Killer Joe’s, to life before your eyes. By beaming images from 18 slide projectors across the discotheque, he created an immersive...Until Sunday February 28 2021