The Museum of Modern Art, Floor 5, Collection Galleries
A MoMA gallery tour. Photo © Carly Gaebe/Steadfast Studio

During the First World War, European artists expanded the avant-garde by creating manifestos and espousing revolutionary principles, efforts that led to the creation of art that continues to resonate. In particular, the Futurists created work that mirrored their vision of a future utopia, while Marcel Duchamp's Readymades raised the pivotal question, "What is art?" Join us on this exclusive after-hours tour to explore two extraordinary movements that have had a lasting impact on the art world.

A limited number of tickets ($75; $65 MoMA members and employees of Corporate Members) are available online. The tour is an hour long. For more information, please contact groupservices@moma.org or (212) 708-9685.

Join us for exclusive tours after MoMA’s galleries have closed to the public, led by professional art historians. This is an incredible opportunity for you and your guests to enjoy an intimate museum experience without the crowds. Tickets are available online. For more information, please contact groupservices@moma.org or (212) 708-9685.

This event accompanies Collection Galleries 1880s–1950s.
This event is part of Evening Tours.