Being Modern: MoMA in Paris. The Catalogue.Sold by Librairie de la Fondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition
Being Modern, MoMA in Paris
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.
Description & Features
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
- Fondation Louis Vuitton
- 249 x 313 mm x 210 mm
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