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'Now you can enjoy highlights from the major 2010–2011 exhibition "Abstract Expressionist New York" and its related publication on your iPad. Use the free MoMA Ab Ex NY iPad App to view superb high-resolution images of selected Abstract Expressionist works. Learn more about the artists and NYC history with a multimedia map of...
'Now you can enjoy highlights from the major 2010–2011 exhibition "Abstract Expressionist New York" and its related publication on your iPad. Use the free MoMA Ab Ex NY iPad App to view superb high-resolution images of selected Abstract Expressionist works. Learn more about the artists and NYC history with a multimedia map of studios, galleries, bars, and other points of interest. Watch in-depth videos on key works of art, browse a glossary of art terms, read about the exhibition and exhibition publication, share your favorite works on Twitter, and more. (An internet connection is needed to view some of the content.)
The app was produced by The Museum of Modern Art and designed and developed by Deep Focus.'
This is a fabulous collection of images from the MoMA's abstract expressionism exhibit along with video clips, definitons, and maps. It is a combination of collected images and reference material that can be useful to students, educators, and the general public. The MoMA AB/EX NY app is free. I have used it in classes with my student teachers with very positive results.
Compatible with the iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or higher.