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MoMA New York Reopens: Here's What To See

September 24, 2020

Hurrah! MoMA New York has finally reopened after a five-month hiatus and the best part is, it’s free to visit until the 27th of September. Can’t make it in person? The world’s leading museum of modern art is replete with online viewing rooms, curated playlists, artist talks, readings and international exhibitions – many of which are accessible online


Here’s our edit of the best picks for a virtual or in-person trip through the must-see museum.


Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver’s “Cinematic Illumination”

Immersive, psychedelic and mesmerising, this 18-slide projected installation by Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver takes a look at 1960s post-war Tokyo-youth culture. Taking place in the Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Studio, catch a re-run of the live Q&A with Shuzo or listen to a neo-rave playlist curated by NYC-producer Miho Hatori.

Showing through February 2021; learn more at moma.org 


Félix Fénéon’s “The Anarchist and the Avant-Garde—From Signac to Matisse and Beyond”

Featuring Parisian imports from the Musée d’Orsay, this exhibition is dedicated to 20th-century Félix Fénéon, the modernist Frenchman who helped shape the likes of Henri Matisse and Pierre Bonnard. Visit the eclectic collection in-person at the Edward Steichen Galleries of the MoMA New York, or continue the experience online with audio recordings that unpack eight of the show's key pieces.

Showing until 2 January 2021; learn more at moma.org


Cooking with Artists

Love art and food? Roll those sleeves up – the MoMA has curated a series of videos that pair devilishly delicious recipes with contemporary artists. Dig into chicken soup, Grecian roast and farm-house salads while learning about the artists’ favourite works of art, inspirations and life moments.

Learn more at moma.org 


New York, Open City

How has COVID-19 changed New York? Find out in this online-only exhibition that flings open the doors to the Empire State, featuring the sights and sounds of NYC, an introduction to the city’s famed artists and a look at several New York projects that touch on modern architecture and urban planning. Lady Liberty is waiting...

Learn more at moma.org 



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