Matisse’s studio, Hôtel Régina, Nice, c. 1953. Photo: Lydia Delectorskaya. © 2014 Succession H. Matisse
  • Mezzanine, Education and Research Center

Organized in conjunction with the exhibition Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, MoMA Studio: Beyond the Cut-Out is a creative and social space that takes the cut-out as a starting point from which to consider Matisse’s lasting influence on contemporary art and culture. Through a variety of artist-led programs and interactive projects workshops, visitors of all ages have the opportunity to explore how the innovative technique of the cut-out emerges across different mediums and relates to themes including the decorative, the evolution of an artwork, and the boundary between abstraction and figuration. The space has been conceived in collaboration with including Carlos Amorales, Sarah Crowner, Arturo Herrera, Amy Jacobs of Dieu Donné, and Elaine Reichek.

Follow us on Twitter @MuseumModernArt and on Tumblr to get an inside look at our programs and process. Share your creations using #MoMAStudio and visit tagboard.com/MoMAstudio to see what others have made.

Open Wednesday through Monday, 1:00–5:00 p.m.; Friday, 1:00–8:00 p.m.

MoMA Studio: Beyond the Cut-Out will be closed on November 27 and December 24 and 25

Free and open to all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Please note that entry to MoMA Studio does not include Museum admission. Timed entry tickets for the exhibition Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs can be purchased on MoMA.org/MatisseTix

MoMA Studio is made possible by a partnership with Volkswagen of America.

Licensing of MoMA images and videos is handled by Art Resource (North America) and Scala Archives (all other geographic locations). All requests should be addressed directly to those agencies, which supply high-resolution digital image files provided to them directly by the Museum.

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