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Amazing views of the Sculpture Garden from Terrace 5, the fifth-floor café, a great spot to relax and get a something to eat or drink.
Don't miss "Abstract Expressionist New York" with work from over 30 artists produced between the late ’40s and the ’60s. (Oct 3-June 2)
For a totally different MoMA, go on the first Thursday of each month, when the Museum is open 'til 8:45 p.m. with music and a bar.
Are you in the cultural know? Feel like you could’ve hung with the likes of Warhol? Take the guided tour and brush up on your artistic trivia. You’ll need it to hobnob with the fashionista crowd.
Monet, Matisse, Chagall, Schnabel and Kline all under the same magnificent roof
If you need more than a nanosecond to take in art, avoid Free Fridays.
Check out Print Studio, a FREE interactive space for exploring the print medium, each day from 12 to 4 p.m.! Come to the Cullman Education Building (walk past Cafe 2) for drop-in programs & workshops.
Take a guided tour- it’s free with admission and you don’t need to sign up. Meet in the Great Hall once you grab the next start time from the info booth. #vday
Some of the most famous works in history can be found at NYC’s MoMA, from Andy Warhol to Vincent Van Gogh to Salvador Dalí. Arrive early on weekends to avoid the crowds.
Make sure you go to the coffee at the top.
Look at Van Gogh Starry Night.
I accidentally knocked over a can of semi-gloss paint in one of the hallways. The resulting splatter remained a part of the museum’s permanent collection for several years.
The world's best modern art museum is in New York City, and it's open late every first Thursday.
This is a fancy place. Wash your hands. Comb your hair. Use your indoor voice. #DontBlowIt
Before or after hours, the museum is yours alone. Reserve an evening tour with an art historian at least two weeks in advance (the fee is $500) and be sure to include a stop at the sculpture garden.
I don't understand art, so neither should you. Let's eat hotpockets and watch youtube videos. Go Team America!
2 mins of Franz Kline lasts me all day
This is a relatively well known one: On Fridays the MoMA is free in the afternoons and has extended hours (8p or 9p I believe). This was started as a corporation with Target. Yay!
The world's best modern art museum is in New York City, and it's open late every Friday. (via ARTINFO)
Enjoy the sun drenched sculpture garden and stimulate your sense with some new and less new classic from art and design
Line up early for Target Free Friday Nights when admittance is free from 4-8pm. Open until 8.45pm on the first Thursday of the month. Closed on Tuesdays. Grab lunch at Café 2!
Get a membership. It pays for itself in just over two visits. Plus cheap guest tickets, no lines and discounts at the MoMA store. Best art deal in town.
Visiting the MoMA is always inspiring, for tourists and New Yorkers alike.
Today, I was here to accept the Excellence in Transportation Award at the Third Annual Rudin Center Breakfast for Excellence in Transportation.
There's something really magical about the sculpture garden. Plus it has a Giacometti.
Check out Marina Abramovic
The Picasso print show is interesting. It's a visual documentation of all the women he ran through (and great art).
Check out the amazing architecture and become a member of the Museum of Modern Art
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Go to MoMA and bring your iPhone for a free audio tour BUT be sure to bring headphones, too. You'll need them for the tour.
Don't miss this NYC must see museum. There is always something going on here for fashion & design .
Former performance art curator Klaus Biesenbach included HUGO BOSS PRIZE nominee Roman Ondák in the prestigious "Performance" exhibition series in 2009.
Check out the "Talk to Me" exhibit between July 24th and November 7th, 2011. It looks at design and communication between people and objects - including you and your cell phone.
The Tim Burton exhibit is a MUST if you get her before it's gone. Unless you're a MoMA member or their guest, get there early on a weekend if you want to get in!
Check out Claes Oldenburg's "Floor Burger" on the 6th floor! On view through August 5, 2013.
Currently the museum holds over 150,000 collected works, impressive results after receiving a humble start of only eight prints and one drawing.
Don't miss pieces by pop art icon Andy Warhol, who created this TIME cover, "Today's Teenagers," in 1965 using photo booth images from a New York arcade of teens related to TIME staff members.
Literally around the corner from the Hilton New York. It's so close you really don't have an excuse not to visit.
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