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About the MoMA Seminar Walk in New York
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) holds one of the world's premiere collections of modern art. Completely renovated and expanded in 2004 by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi, the museum provides the perfect backdrop for our seminar on modern art. Led by an art historian or art critic, this three-hour walk will cover both the standing collection (a chronological survey of the most important artists of the modern era) and the temporary exhibitions, and be organized to give both novice and seasoned museum-goer a thorough introduction to the modern movement and major art periods.
Conceived in the late 1920s by New York aristocrats Miss Lillie P. Bliss, Mrs. Cornelius J. Sullivan, and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, the MoMA was the first museum in America devoted exclusively to modern art. It was also the first of its kind in Manhattan to exhibit European modernism, with major retrospectives of the work of Van Gogh and Picasso that continue to fuel the public imagination. To this day, the museuread more
- Duration: 3 hours
- Category: Art
- Group: US$70 per person
- Private: US$325 per party
- additional costs what's this?
MoMA Tickets - US$22.50
Tickets to MoMA are included in the price of this walk.
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