Museum of Modern Art
The museum of modern art
11 West 53 Street, Manhattan, NY, United States
Since 1929, MoMA has formed the very centre of New York City’s modern art scene, and counts among its treasures works by Van Gogh, Picasso, Rothko, Warhol and more. Now, 90 years after the museum first opened its doors, visitors can experience the newly revealed Expanded Collection Galleries, where world-famous works including Van Gogh’s Starry Night sit alongside lesser-known artists, all of them set against a background of richly pigmented Farrow & Ball paint.
Covering all 47,000 square feet of the new six-storey galleries, our palette was carefully chosen by a team of MoMA curators and our own colour experts to subtly reference and enhance the pieces in situ, whether it be blue-black Railings to balance the stark intensity of the Bauhaus school, Charlotte’s Locks to match the deep warmth of Matisse’s L’Atelier Rouge, or Cabbage White to embody the delicacy of Monet’s Water Lilies.