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Installation view of Abstract Expressionist New York: The Big Picture. Photo: Jason Mandella

Ab Ex NY: Rethinking the Display of the Permanent Collection at MoMA

Substantial Abstract Expressionist exhibition takes over the 4th floor of MoMA through April 25th.

Regular visitors to the Museum will have noticed that the fourth-floor Painting and Sculpture Galleries have undergone a complete reinstallation. These spaces, which are typically used to exhibit a broad survey of the Museum's collection, are now home to Abstract Expressionist New York: The Big Picture, an exhibition featuring approximately 170 paintings, sculptures, drawings, and photographs associated with the movement that put New York on the art world map more than fifty years ago.

For the complete article go to MoMA.org

 

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