Bring your curiosity this summer
Find the season's most talked about exhibitions in our galleries and Sculpture Garden, from a once-in-a-generation look at Paul Cézanne’s works on paper, to an in-depth exploration of how cars have shaped the modern world, to a career-spanning survey of Alexander Calder’s boundless creativity. You’ll always find new favorites in our collection galleries, including an exhibition devoted to modernist amateur photographers from Brazil, an installation of experimental films, and more.
We’re open seven days a week and you can also stay late, until 7:00 p.m., on Saturdays. Plan your perfect art-filled day with neighborhood dining and parking discounts, and free admission for kids 16 and under.
Mark your calendars—and become a member for unlimited free admission and exclusive viewing hours.
Film in the Sculpture Garden
This summer, enjoy cinema under the stars with a series of open-air screenings in the Sculpture Garden, hosted by the Department of Film.
Throughout the year MoMA’s Department of Film brings audiences the latest in global cinema, newly restored classics, and more in these special weeklong film runs.