MoMA Art Debuts In Paris

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Being Modern: MoMA in Paris draws together a superb and far-reaching representation of the highly important artworks that MoMA has acquired since its founding in 1929 ranging from the birth of modern art through trends and styles such as American abstraction, Pop art and Minimalism to the most contemporary art. Paintings, sculptures, photographs and installation will create a truly interdisciplinary experience, giving a taste of the vision for MoMA’s major renovation project to be completed in 2019.

Bruce Nauman – Human need desire, 1983

Among the 200 works are masterpieces by Paul Cézanne, Gustav Klimt, Paul Signac, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Giorgio de Chirico, Edward Hopper, Max Beckmann, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia, Alexander Calder, René Magritte, Walker Evans, Yayoi Kusama, Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns, Yvonne Rainer and Frank Stella. The exhibition will also include artworks never before exhibited in France, such as Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans (1962).

Roy Lichtenstein – Drowning Girl, 1963
Ellsworth Kelly – Colors For a Large Wall, 1951
Henry Matisse – Poisson Rouge et Palette, 1964
Pauk Signac, 1991
Kerry James Marshall – Untitled Club Scene, 2013
Andy Warhol Campbells Soup Cans, 1962
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