Join the Lincoln Center Young Patrons for a reception and visit with artist Mitsumasa Kadota, including a viewing of his début exhibition in the United States, Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center, 165 West 65 Street
Founded in 1990, the Young Patrons Council of The Museum of Modern Art (formerly the Junior Associates) is one of New York City’s first young patron programs. A dynamic group of art enthusiasts between the ages of 21 and 40, the Young Patrons Council is an integral part of the MoMA family, participating in and supporting modern and contemporary art initiatives both at the Museum and within the greater art world. Through exclusive access to galleries, artist studios, private collections, and curatorial tours, members of the Young Patrons Council have the chance to build lasting relationships with artists, collectors, curators, and their fellow members.
Each season, the YPC agenda features two to three events per month. In addition to exclusive YPC gatherings, members are invited to selected exhibition opening receptions, film screenings, art fairs, and more. To learn more about the benefits and how to join, please contact Natalie Sereda at (212) 333-1240 or [email protected].