Nice collection on floor 5. Picasso, Matisse collection impressive. Van Gogh starry night a highlight. Andy Warhol’s last supper an interesting surprise. Overall worthwhile.
About The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
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We visited the MET and the Guggenheim and this museum surpassed both of them. The fashion exhibit on the top floor was brilliant. Everything is well described and beautifully laid out. The museum was $25 but well worth it, we spent around 3 hours inside...More
Take a stroll down memory lane when walking through the Fashion Exhibit... this evoked many memories from my childhood.... remembering some of my parents styles, my teen years, going through the 80's and 90's .... oh some of those hair do's.... LOL really enjoyed.... if...More
Thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the MOMA. There was a special exhibit of the work of Louise Bourgeois, which was excellent. It was my first time seeing any her of work so was a special treat. The museum also has an impressive body of work...More
I have visited MOMA many, many times over the years and always look forward to my time spent there. This time, however, I was truly disappointed. It seems that the museum is always being re-arranged and the collections seem out of kilter: large spaces are...More
Really enjoyed my visit to MOMA and that from someone who doesn’t know first thing about art! It is a very interesting place and worth a visit if you have time. The restaurant is very good and although we arrived only 20 minutes before closing...More
not my first choice for a museum in nyc but if youre there for a week or so n really like modern art- worth stopping in for an afternoon-- not the most helpful staff at the front- but its easy to navigate around the place-...More
After the MET, this is another must see! The pleasant surprise was Van Gogh's Iconic Starry Night.. we didn't know this is where it was! A great selection of art, well curated and displayed.
From Dali to Van Gogh to Monet it was a wonderful experience. The huge spiders were great. Some of the modern art is not for me, but there is plenty to enjoy no matter what....even people watching is an experience there!
I went on Friday night when it's free, along with lots of other people. I guess it's busy all the time so it didn't bother me. I went to see, specifically, the Henri Rousseau paintings on the top floor. Very happy. And then, since I...More