Culture Over Cocktails: Post-Work Museum of Modern Art Visit

Arts & Culture, Destinations, Lifestyle, U.S.A.

After missing the Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art I decided I wasn’t going to miss the much-buzzed about Picasso Sculpture exhibit, on display now through February 7, 2016. In addition to being a member of the museum, making a quick “pop-in” very easy, one of the hotels I rep, which I visit at least every other week, is located just blocks from the Museum of Modern Art. (Conclusion: I really didn’t have an excuse to miss this one.)

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

So last week I grabbed one of my colleagues and we headed to MoMA for some post-work Picasso. The exhibit was curated SO well. A vast collection that spans the course of his career, the exhibit features over 100 sculptures complemented by select works on paper and photographs.

I highly suggest you pay this exceptional exhibit a visit, but if that’s not possible, here are a few iPhone snaps of my favorite sights:

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

MoMA Picasso Sculpture

Amanda’s Tip: If you frequent NYC, become a member of the Museum of Modern Art. Priced starting at $85 for an Individual Membership, you’ll enjoy unlimited free membership, no waiting in line for a ticket, $5 tickets for guests, a special members-only (read: short) line for coat & bag check, invitations to members-only gallery talks, exhibition previews and more. My favorite “perk” is that I don’t feel like I’m wasting money if I buy a ticket ($25) and only have 45 minutes to spend there. I love the flexibility of being able to “pop-in” when I have a half hour to spare! Click here for more info about membership!

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