The Museum of Modern Art has reinstalled its fourth floor galleries with artwork which encapsulates and invigorates the revolutionary artistic spirit of the 1960’s. Every gallery focuses on a single specific year and artwork installations will be rotated throughout the year as the museum strives to showcase all its many and varies works from this period of time.
- Artistic change paralleled sociopolitical upheaval around the globe, and these seismic shifts reach to the present moment.
- The galleries feature works across mediums, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architecture, design objects, videos, films, and archival materials.
- some galleries explore the potential of unexpected connections across mediums and genres while others gather works that are similar in materials or function.
“The presentation is organized through the lens of the 1960s, when interdisciplinary artistic experimentation flourished and traditional mediums were radically transformed. Artistic change paralleled sociopolitical upheaval around the globe, and these seismic shifts reach to the present moment.”