We’re bringing our galleries to you with Virtual Views. You’ll find exclusive access to Donald Judd’s revolutionary sculptures, Dorothea Lange’s powerful photographs, intimate home movies, and more. Every weekend, we’ll take you inside an exhibition or a favorite artwork from the collection through video stories and curator Q&As, as well as audio playlists and feature articles.
Each week on moma.org, audiences around the world can join us for a new virtual experience:
Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night | virtual exploration
Dive into one of MoMA’s—and the world’s—most beloved and iconic paintings. Join us for a live Q&A with a special guest—plus introductory videos, conservation highlights and 3-D renderings, audio, and more.
Faith Ringgold | virtual exploration
Take a close look at the work of Faith Ringgold through a live Q&A with the artist and more.
Video Lives | virtual exploration
Explore the evolution of video as an art form, and why it is particularly relevant for artists in our current moment. Join us for a live Q&A with Stuart Comer, MoMA’s Lonti Ebers Chief Curator of Media and Performance, and celebrated artist Joan Jonas, and watch seven works by some of today’s most important video artists, introductory films, and more.
More details and additional programs will be announced shortly!
Explore past Virtual Views
The Sculpture Garden | virtual exploration
Rediscover one of NYC’s most beloved outdoor spaces, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. Share your stories during a live Q&A with curators Ann Temkin and Peter Reed, relive some of the most inspiring—and wildest—moments in our Sculpture Garden’s history, follow a guided meditation, see how huge sculptures are installed with cranes, and much more.
Neri Oxman: Material Ecology | virtual exhibition exploration
Experience Neri Oxman’s pioneering work at the convergence of materials science, digital fabrication technologies, and organic design. Learn how silkworms can build houses during a live Q&A with Oxman and senior curator Paola Antonelli—plus audio, video, and more.
Amy Sillman—The Shape of Shape | virtual exhibition exploration
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the acclaimed Artist’s Choice exhibition curated by painter Amy Sillman. Join Sillman in conversation with Michelle Kuo, the Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture, as they talk about the importance of shape, the shape-making outliers of art history, and Sillman’s new zine.
Sur moderno | virtual exhibition exploration
Celebrate modern Latin American art with paintings, sculptures, and works on paper donated to the Museum by the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros. Join us for a live Q&A and multimedia features in Spanish and English.
Home Movies | Virtual film exhibition
Our Virtual Views kicked off on April 9 with Home Movies. Watch the latest in our How to See series, about Home Movies, inspired by the exhibition Private Lives Public Spaces; hear curators talk about the history, unique aesthetics, and emotional discoveries of amateur films; stream videos that appear in the exhibition; and be inspired to make your own movies in this homebound moment.
Félix Fénéon: The Anarchist and the Avant-Garde—From Signac to Matisse and Beyond | Virtual exhibition exploration
Explore Fénéon’s life and the art that inspired him with a live Q&A with MoMA director Glenn Lowry and curator Starr Figura, introductory videos, curator-selected highlights from the exhibition, and audio.
Judd | Virtual exhibition exploration
Immerse yourself in the world of Donald Judd, an artist who revolutionized sculpture. Catch a live Q&A with chief curator Ann Temkin and Flavin Judd, artistic director of the Judd Foundation—plus introductory videos, audio with contemporary artists reflecting on the impact of Judd's work, and more.
Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures | Virtual exhibition exploration
Explore iconic works that redefined how we see America with a live Q&A with curator Sarah Meister and photographer Sally Mann—plus introductory videos, poetry and artist’s books inspired by Lange, and the mystery around one of the most famous photographs in the world.