Being Modern: MoMA in Paris. The Catalogue.
The Museum of Modern Art, best known as MoMA, was born in 1929's Manhattan from the mind of three female collectors and philanthropists: Lillie P. Bliss, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller et Mary Queen Sullivan.
For almost a century, this iconic institution has remained faithful to its philosophy: providing the US, and now the world, with the best of artistic modernity.
"Being Modern" tells the story of this search for modernity through a selection of artworks presented in the catalogue in chronological order of purchase by the MoMA.
Please note: You will receive one of the three covers randomly depending on their availability.
Languages: English, French
Foreword: Bernard Arnault
Preamble: Glenn D. Lowry
Preface: Suzanne Pagé
With contributions by Quentin Bajac, Michelle Elligot, Glenn D. Lowry and Olivier Michelon
Edited by Quentin Bajac
- Number of pages
- 249 x 313 mm x 210 mm
- Fondation Louis Vuitton, Moma
- Exhibitions, Being Modern, MoMA in Paris