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Abstract Expressionist New York

by MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art

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Description

October 3, 2010–April 25, 2011 Drawn entirely from the Museum’s vast holdings, Abstract Expressionist New York underscores the achievements of a generation that catapulted New York City to the center of the international art world during the 1950s, and left as its legacy some of the twentieth century’s greatest masterpieces. Galleries on the fourth floor present Abstract Expressionist paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, films, and archival materials in a display subtitled The Big Picture, marking the first time in the history of the new Museum building that a full floor has been devoted to a single theme. The exhibition continues on the floors below, where focused shows—Rock Paper Scissors in the second-floor Prints and Illustrated Books Galleries, and Ideas Not Theories in the third-floor Drawings Galleries—reveal distinct facets of the movement as it developed in diverse mediums, adding to a historical overview of the era and giving a sense of its great depth and complexity. The exhibition is accompanied by a richly illustrated publication. To view images of these artworks, please visit the Online Collection at moma.org/collection. MoMA Audio is available free of charge courtesy of Bloomberg.

Customer Reviews

Would be nice to be able to view the paintings directly

I like the short descriptions of paintings, but I have to sit with my computer in order to view the images through internet search. It would enhance this educational material greatly if it is possible to embed the image web-link to each episode. Nevertheless, thanks for making this product possible for us.

The information is great but...

Art education with no visual examplesof the work being discussed??????? Come on, REALLY???This could be a 5 star class, pity.

Artemulator

Dripping?

Nothing to discuss just a waste of bandwidth

U can drip some paint on a canvas and say say "look just like jaksons'"