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New Museum New York New York United States
New Museum New York New York United States
New Museum New York New York United States
New Museum
New York's New Museum dates from 1977, but for the first 30 years of its existence it was an itinerant institution, moving between different leased buildings. In 2007, it finally found a permanent home—a 58,700-square-foot structure on the Bowery designed by one of Japan's most acclaimed architectural firms, SANAA. In a city with a number of spaces dedicated to modern and contemporary art, the New Museum can be relied on to consistently push the envelope and go further than others in highlighting emerging artists from around the world. The exhibitions may be challenging—often addressing divisive political and social issues—and they are sometimes confounding, but for everyone interested in current art today, it is a must on a visit to New York. (If the weather is good after you have looked at the works, make sure to step out onto the top-floor roof-deck to take in the views of Lower Manhattan.)

235 Bowery, New York, NY 10002, USA
+1 212-219-1222
Tue, Wed, Fri - Sun 11am - 6pm
Thur 11am - 9pm
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