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ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST NEW YORK

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Use MoMA’s free new iPad App to browse artworks from the exhibition chronologically or by artist, explore an interactive map of NYC, watch in-depth videos, share your favorite works on Twitter, and more.

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Featured Works in the Online Collection

What's "allover painting"? How did Mark Rothko mix and apply paint to achieve his signature style? Take a closer look at renowned Abstract Expressionist paintings and find out answers to these questions and more.

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EXHIBITION PUBLICATION

Abstract Expressionism at The Museum of Modern Art is both a catalogue of highlights from MoMA’s renowned collection and a portrait of a pivotal era in the history of modern art. With 147 illustrations.

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Visitor Package

Enjoy this sweeping exhibition more fully when you purchase the AbExNY Visitor Package. This convenient, discounted package includes gallery admission, the exhibition’s illustrated catalogue, and a voucher for MoMA’s cafés. Ask for it at the Information or Ticketing desks in MoMA’s lobby.

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Online Courses

Experience postwar abstract painting—from an artist’s point of view. This new online course leads students in a hands-on examination of the materials and techniques used to create some of the twentieth century’s greatest masterpieces.

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Browse products related to the exhibition, including framed prints of Abstract Expressionist works, notecards, and books.

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EXHIBITION CREDITS

Organized by Ann Temkin, The Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture

HyundaiCard Company

The exhibition is made possible by HyundaiCard Company.

Major support is provided by Donald B. Marron and The Dana Foundation.

Additional funding is provided by Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz, Sue and Edgar Wachenheim III, David Teiger, and Sally and Wynn Kramarsky.

WEBSITE CREDITS

Department of Painting & Sculpture
Ann Temkin, The Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture
Paulina Pobocha, Curatorial Assistant

Department of Digital Media
Allegra Burnette, Creative Director
Shannon Darrough, Senior Media Developer
David Hart, Media Producer
Maggie Lederer, Senior Producer
Dan Phiffer, Media Technology Developer
Jessica Croce, Fall Intern

Department of Graphic Design
August Heffner, Design Manager

Department of Education
Beth Harris, Director, Digital Learning
Corey D’Augustine, Educator and Independent Conservator
Amy Horschak, Assistant Director, Academic Programs

Marketing & Campaign Communications
Tamsin Nutter, Associate Editor/Writer

Special Thanks
Sara Bodinson
Stephanie Pau