After a major renovation and expansion, New York’s Museum of Modern Art reopened to the public today.
The museum’s doors last opened in June before closing for four months while MoMa reconfigured its galleries and explored new ways of presenting modern and contemporary art to the public in the the final stage of a $400 million overhaul. By adding 40,000 square feet of gallery space, the museum can exhibit more art in new forms while increasing its outreach to the public through live performances, arts education and free ground-level galleries.
Edwina Hay stopped by for an advance look at the changes, including some of the new exhibits. Scroll on for a preview then check it out in person.