The Museum of Modern Art | MoMA
 The Museum of Modern Art | MoMA
Museum of Modern Art Not to Be Missed

If graphic art and modern photography are more your style than old airplanes or dinosaur bones, the Museum of Modern Art should be at the top of your sight-seeing list during a trip to New York City. This world-renown collection is touted as the best of its kind on the planet, so extensive are its displays of painting, sculpture, film, photography and performance.

Familiar Names and New Ones

The Museum of Modern Art, or MoMA as it’s affectionately called, features dozens of exhibits each year both temporary and permanent. Although you may feel as though you don’t know enough about modern art to truly appreciate a visit to the museum, there are plenty of names you are likely to recognize. For example, this year the MoMA has displays that showcase work by artists such as Picasso, Klimt and Warhol. There also will be an exhibit showcasing movie posters from the collection of Martin Scorsese, or experience art and sound presentations by Yoko Ono.

However, if you’d like to learn about an artist you’re not familiar with, there are plenty of options. How about exploring the early years of the duo known as Gilbert & George, two men who describe themselves as one artist? Or check out the collection of photos by another pair, Harry Shunk and Janos Kender, who trained their camera on happenings, events and other artists in Paris and New York.

Graphic Art is Now

Modern graphic design draws on the foundation created by artists like those featured in the MoMA. As you walk through its halls, you will start to recognize designs that seem familiar, if even just moderately related to current-day ones. For example, some of the works in the museum are reminiscent of video games and modern newspapers. Others feature recent architectural styles such as brutalism.

You also may be surprised during your visit about the number of different materials that are used in modern art. Where else can you see a single string of lights, a 3-D-printed sculpture and the skeleton of a room made of metal all in one place?

For a bit of inspiration, be sure to check out the Young Architects Program, which in 2015 asked youths to create detailed designs for an outdoor installation that offered seating, shade and water. On display will be the proposals from the top five students.

Start Exploring Now!

It’s time to make it official and book your admission to the Museum of Modern Art today! Nowhere else will you get to experience the modern art at the level this museum offers.

Location 11 West 53 Street, New York, New York 10019
Hours of Operation Sunday: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Monday: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Thursday: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Friday: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Adult: $25

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On-line tickets are non-refundable and can be redeemed up to ONE YEAR from date of purchase. 
(Please be aware that day trips are NOT valid one year from the date of purchase.) 

Any passenger requiring special assistance such as an ADA-accessible bus is requested to inform us at time of reservation and must notify us no later than 48 hours prior to departure.

The Museum of Modern Art | MoMA

Adult: $25
Museum of Modern Art Not to Be Missed

If graphic art and modern photography are more your style than old airplanes or dinosaur bones, the Museum of Modern Art should be at the top of your sight-seeing list during a trip to New York City. This world-renown collection is touted as the best of its kind on the planet, so extensive are its displays of painting, sculpture, film, photography and performance.

Familiar Names and New Ones

The Museum of Modern Art, or MoMA as it’s affectionately called, features dozens of exhibits each year both temporary and permanent. Although you may feel as though you don’t know enough about modern art to truly appreciate a visit to the museum, there are plenty of names you are likely to recognize. For example, this year the MoMA has displays that showcase work by artists such as Picasso, Klimt and Warhol. There also will be an exhibit showcasing movie posters from the collection of Martin Scorsese, or experience art and sound presentations by Yoko Ono.

However, if you’d like to learn about an artist you’re not familiar with, there are plenty of options. How about exploring the early years of the duo known as Gilbert & George, two men who describe themselves as one artist? Or check out the collection of photos by another pair, Harry Shunk and Janos Kender, who trained their camera on happenings, events and other artists in Paris and New York.

Graphic Art is Now

Modern graphic design draws on the foundation created by artists like those featured in the MoMA. As you walk through its halls, you will start to recognize designs that seem familiar, if even just moderately related to current-day ones. For example, some of the works in the museum are reminiscent of video games and modern newspapers. Others feature recent architectural styles such as brutalism.

You also may be surprised during your visit about the number of different materials that are used in modern art. Where else can you see a single string of lights, a 3-D-printed sculpture and the skeleton of a room made of metal all in one place?

For a bit of inspiration, be sure to check out the Young Architects Program, which in 2015 asked youths to create detailed designs for an outdoor installation that offered seating, shade and water. On display will be the proposals from the top five students.

Start Exploring Now!

It’s time to make it official and book your admission to the Museum of Modern Art today! Nowhere else will you get to experience the modern art at the level this museum offers.

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