Collection Galleries 1880s–1950s at MoMA

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Collection Galleries 1880s–1950s at MoMA

The works displayed roughly span the years 1880 to 1950. Within an overall chronological flow, galleries highlight individual stylistic movements, artists, and themes, including Cubism, the work of Henri Matisse, and Claude Monet’s Water Lilies, among other subjects.

Image: Henri Matisse Dance (I) Paris, Boulevard des Invalides, early 1909

 

The works displayed roughly span the years 1880 to 1950. Within an overall chronological flow, galleries highlight individual stylistic movements, artists, and themes, including Cubism, the work of Henri Matisse, and Claude Monet’s Water Lilies, among other subjects.

These galleries are frequently reinstalled in an effort to feature a wide range of artworks in various configurations, reflecting the view that there are countless ways to explore the history of modern art and the Museum’s rich collection.

Selected works from the exhibition:

 

Roy Lichtenstein, Girl with the Ball, 1961

 

Piet Mondrian, Broadway Boogie Woogie, 1942-43

 

Henri Matisse Dance (I) Paris, Boulevard des Invalides, early 1909

 

Claude Monet, Agapanthus, 1914-26

 

Through June 15, 2019

 

Telegram Channel

ArtDependence is now also available on the messaging platform Telegram. Telegram is a cloud-based mobile and desktop messaging app with a focus on security and speed.

Subscribing to the ArtDependence Channel allows you to easily stay up to date with the latest ArtDependence news.

Subscribe to the Newsletter

Image of the Day

Karl Blossfeldt - Heliotrope

Karl Blossfeldt - Heliotrope

Search

About ArtDependence

ArtDependence Magazine is an international magazine covering all spheres of contemporary art, as well as modern and classical art.

ArtDependence features the latest art news, highlighting interviews with today’s most influential artists, galleries, curators, collectors, fair directors and individuals at the axis of the arts.

The magazine also covers series of articles and reviews on critical art events, new publications and other foremost happenings in the art world.

If you would like to submit events or editorial content to ArtDependence Magazine, please feel free to reach the magazine via the contact page.