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The Most Popular publications from the Museum of Modern Art for exhibition catalogues

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is known for its groundbreaking exhibitions that have helped to shape the discourse around art and design. Many of these exhibitions have been documented in catalogues that provide a comprehensive look at the works on display, as well as the curatorial thinking behind them. Some of the most popular exhibition catalogues from MoMA include:

  • "The Machine Age in America 1918-1941" - This catalogue accompanied an exhibition of the same name that was one of the first to showcase the intersection of art, design, and technology.

  • "The International Style: Architecture Since 1922" - This catalogue accompanied an exhibition that introduced the concept of the International Style and helped to define modern architecture.

  • "The Art of Assemblage" - This catalogue accompanied an exhibition that was one of the first to examine the emerging art form of assemblage and its relationship to Surrealism and collage.

  • "The Responsive Eye" - This catalogue accompanied an exhibition that examined the growing trend of Op Art and perceptual abstraction in art.

  • "Deconstructivist Architecture" - This catalogue accompanied an exhibition that explored the work of architects such as Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, and Rem Koolhaas, who were pushing the boundaries of architecture in new and exciting ways.

These catalogues provide a wealth of information and context for the exhibitions they accompany, including illustrations of the works on display, curatorial essays, and information about the artists and designers. They are an essential resource for anyone interested in understanding the exhibitions and the thinking behind them.


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