Modern Art Museum
The Modern Art Museum is a modern art gallery located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Established interim Museum of Art in Guggenheim Museum of Art in New York, the Modern Art Museum has locations in Los Angeles, Santa Fe, Miami, Dallas, San Francisco and elsewhere. The main exhibitions include art works by major artists such as Renoir, Monet, Cezanne, Warhol, Chares de Pollock, Davidson, Rothko, Fauvist, Rothko, Courreges bandages. Exhibitions include art works from some of the contemporary artists, including Frank Gehry, Calvin Klein, Marc Jacobs, Peter Thomas Roth and Yayo Maude. Other collections are from other countries also. In Delhi, the Indian Art and Crafts Museum have various collections, most of which are from China. The Asian Paintings Collection and the Modern Art Gallery in Tokyo have interesting pieces from different parts of Japan. The Victoria and Albert Museum in London have some good modern art collections. The National Art Gallery in Washington, D. C. has some important collections, including Native American art. There is a great deal of discussion on contemporary art today, particularly in the United States. Some of the major exhibitions of recent years have been related to art conservation, issues of copyright and commercial exploitation of art. The National Art Gallery of Modern Art in Los Angeles has been one of the premier exhibitions of recent years, featuring some of the most popular and influential artists of our times. In Los Angeles and New York City there are the Nationalgalerie Kauffman in New York and the International Center of Art in Los Angeles. These are major exhibitions that generally do not occur every day, but are always well worth attending. A visit to the Nationalgalerie Kauffman in New York City will give an idea of how much work by modern artists is still being produced today. The International Center of Art in Los Angeles will provide a much more varied view of contemporary art museums. Other major exhibitions in art museums happen less frequently, although they offer a much more wide-ranging view of the culture and art world. In Paris there is the Contemporary Art Fair, which takes place every year. In London there is the Tate Britain. In Washington DC you can go to the National Gallery. And there are many other exhibitions and events occurring all around the world. The main European collection of modern art museums are those of Barcelona and Paris. Barcelona has a famous modern art museum called the Groma, while the largest and best-loved gallery in Barcelona is undoubtedly the GVA. It was founded in 1928 by Pablo Picasso and still exists to this day. The GVA is also the leading French modern and contemporary art gallery. There are several modern art collections from various European artists, whilst there are also some from Spanish and Portuguese artists. The GVA also has an unusual feature of holding a classical artist's entire collection, at one time it had Picasso, Degas, Manet, Monet, Warhol, but also some from early 20th Century Russian artists. The Russian collection includes artworks from Khatchaturian, Borodin, Khrenov, Wrachov, Palevsky, Saatchi and Vasilyev. This unusual gallery is still open to the public. There is also a permanent collection of art from some famous twentieth century artists. These include Frank Stella, Jasper Johns, Jim Shore, Morris Louis, William Blake, Renzo Piano, William Collins, wastwater, Oskar Okarov and many more. The Modern Art Museum in Moscow is the biggest and most famous of these. The Russian State Gallery is the only Russian contemporary art gallery to have won the prestigious Venice Prize, for its installation of a Manet painting. This unique artwork was chosen by the jury in absentia because no other art gallery in the world could present such a wonderful selection of contemporary artworks. Besides this, the museum has an impressive collection of modern artworks from various artists, as well as a large collection of Russian art. The Gallery is one of the most popular museums in Russia and many visitors visit St Petersburg just to see this wonderful museum. In addition to the Manet Portrait, the Russian State Gallery also possesses a collection of abstract art, photography, printmaking, ceramics and furniture. The Paris Museum of Modern Art is the only French museum to win the Venice Prize, for its contribution to the modernist movement. This magnificent museum has an enormous collection of modern and contemporary art, which is housed in the wonderful gorges and on the outside the impressive facade exudes a magnificent beauty. The Paris Museum has a permanent exhibition of contemporary art, which includes sculptures by Le Corbusier, Monet and more. Other attractions of this famous gallery are the Journeys Into the Interior of the Museums, which take visitors on a virtual tour of different parts of the museums. This fascinating museum also has a permanent exhibition of ancient art. The London Biennale is an international contemporary art exhibition that presents works from all over the world. This international contemporary art fair is held every year and showcases the work of almost all artists. The London Biennale features both permanent and temporary exhibitions that span various genres. This is the biggest and the most popular contemporary art fair in Europe. Other major exhibitions that are held here include the Turner exhibition and the retrospective of Paul Gauguin. The National Gallery in London houses some of the finest modern art collections of modern art from all around the world.