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  1. New Museum of Contemporary Art

  2. New Museum of Contemporary Art

  3. New Museum of Contemporary Art

  4. Photograph: Benoit PAilley
    Photograph: Benoit PAilley

    New Museum of Contemporary Art


Time Out says

The New Museum takes its name from The New School, where it originally opened in 1977. After a move to Soho, where the it became a fixture througout the ’80s and ’90s, the New Museum moved into its current location in 2007: A bold, purposed built seven-story building, designed by the cutting-edge Tokyo architectural firm Sejima + Nishizawa/SANAA. It houses three main gallery levels, a theater, a café operated by Hester Street Fair and roof terraces. As it has throughout its history, the New Musem focuses it program on emerging—and important but under-recognized—artists. 


235 Bowery
New York
Cross street:
at Prince St
Subway: J, Z to Bowery; 6 to Spring St
$18, seniors $15, students $12, children under 18 free. Thu 7–9pm pay as you wish with a suggested minimum of $2.
Opening hours:
Tue, Wed, Fri–Sun 11am–6pm; Thu 11am–9pm
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