In 2013, the MoMa in New york is preparing a great program in terms of exhibitions. Here are the 3 most expected ones. You cannot miss them!
Abstraction generation, now in Print.
February 13 – June 24, 2013 – Second floor.
Abstraction is connected with so many artistic movements that at the end of the day, everything is abstraction! It played an extremely important role in the 20th century and today became one of the foundation of post-modernism. This interesting exhibition treats Abstraction in Print, from books to magazines, towards leaflets, cards or other communication printed tools. We can see works from artists like Cory Arcangel, Tauba Auerbach, Philippe Decrauzat, Liam Gillick, Wade Guyton, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, R. H. Quaytman, and Haegue Yang.
Le Corbusier: Landscapes for the Machine Age
June 9 – September 23, 2013 – sixth floor
For the first time, the MoMa is presentation a complete exhibition about the work of Le Corbusier. Visitors will be able to understand how Le Corbusier observed and imagined landscapes. As a complete artist, city planner, writer, photographer or even interior designer, the work of a man in advanced to his time. We can explore throughout his drawings, paintings and mockups how he worked and how his creative ideas would become reality. Do not miss this one!
Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary 1926-1938
September 22 2013 – January 12 2014 – Sixth Floor
This is a focus on the surrealist work of Magritte, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. 80 paintings, collages, objects, photographs and early commercial work to describe the artist identity. From his work, Magritte always said that he wanted to challenge the real world by giving a slightly different representation of what surround us. The exhibition focus on one of the most creative periods of Magritte’s career.
MoMa – The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street New York, NY 10019
So, you are visiting New York this year, you have no excuses. Go to MoMa.
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