MoMA Launches History-Spanning Online Archive Of Exhibits For Free
We've all been that one person that skipped out on a chance to fatten our cultural currency at MoMA at least once. Maybe you didn't want to put up that $25 admission fee. Maybe your less art-savvy friends convinced you Shake Shack was a better afternoon activity. Hell, maybe it was laundry day and your last stainless tee is reaching he point of no return. Whatever the case may have been, you no longer have an excuse to miss out on the opportunity, as MoMA launched a free archive of exhibits that all the way back to their 1929 founding.
Finally, you can explore Salvador Dali's opening exhibit or retrospectives on Kraftwerk, Bjork or any of the visual innovators of our time. All you have to do his head over to MoMA's site with some free time to spare and get lost in the virtual corridors of a massive history-spanning collection. MoMA intends to keep updating the archive over time with sights set on eventually bringing an extensive film archive to its database. Keep your eyes on us for more info or, ya know, you could just go there.