MOMA's permanent collection contains almost 200,000 works from around the world, spanning the last 150 years. The collection includes an ever-expanding range of visual expression, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing, photography, architecture, design, film, and media and performance art.
More than 10,000 artists are represented in MOMA's collection. Numerous temporary exhibitions are displayed simultaneously, year-round.
After being closed for a few months, MOMA re-opened October 21st, 2019, with 47,000 square feet of new galleries and spaces for performance and events. Along with these physical changes, the collection will be shown in new ways.
Read our article about the "new" MOMA.
100-screen presentation of homemade movies dating from 1907 to 1991
11 installations from the past two decades, united by scale of ambition
Sound installation constructed from everyday objects
Six multimedia sculptures, dazzling geometries, light and sound
Presenting Lange’s work in its diverse contexts
Eight projects of collaboration between biology, architecture, engineering, and design
Retrospective of sculpture, painting, drawing from throughout Judd’s career
160 objects trace his biography as a critic and collector
A radically new approach to artmaking in the 1920s and ’30s
Career-defining works spanning from 1978 to 2001
Abstract and concrete art from South America at mid-century
The first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker
Objects that engage with energy in its myriad forms
Ancient textile traditions, early-20th-century design reform movements, and industrial materials & production.
Explores the gallery where black art flourished and debate was cultivated