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Founded in 1977, the New Museum is a leading destination for new art and new ideas. It is Manhattan’s only dedicated contemporary art museum and is respected internationally for the adventurousness and global scope of its curatorial program.
Excellent show. His work is fascinating. Two floors were devoted to his artwork. We thoroughly enjoyed it. Most of his art are images within images which are truly amazing. There were videos as well as art which had moving parts.
We were staying in the area and had very limited time to see this museum, but decided to drop in on a Thursday evening in order to see it — or miss it altogether. We shouldn’t have bothered. The front-desk staff member we spoke to...More
I'm all for contemporary art -- I love New York's MOMA and Guggenheim museums; however, the New Museum takes art to another level that just makes no sense. All of the pieces felt strewn together with no purpose, and the descriptions of each work were...More
Visited with three teenagers. They are very open minded and enjoyed the eclectic collection, the adults preferred the sky terrace and the architecture of the building. At $18 an adult it is expensive, thankfully teenagers are free so it made for an affordable outing of...More
It is called the New museum but it’s been open for over a decade.
It’s quite a small museum with very limited exhibits on every floor , a bit expensive for the 18$ entrance fee per adult ( kids under 18 are free).
I stopped in at the New Museum on accident, as I was in the neighborhood for a different purpose. I found the architecture of the museum interesting, but the "art" itself was very strange/weird and did not appeal to me in any way. The descriptions...More
I really loved the New museum. I had an afternoon to kill and had planned to visit a few art galleries but ended up staying here for hours instead. It is a very welcoming place where you can spend hours watching the films and looking...More
The museum costs $18 per person but there are not very many exhibits. I saw everything in less than 2 hours. It is truly modern art and some of the exhibits were very thought provoking. Some were trash but that's the way modern art goes!...More