The Museum of Modern Art was established 88 years ago this month, and unless you’re a 100-year-old Manhattanite art-lover there’s a very good chance you’ve missed an exhibit or two in all that time. Good news for you, then: There’s a new MoMA exhibition history site that’s putting up every single one of those exhibitions online.
The new MoMA exhibition history site is being continually updated, but as of now there are enough digitized works to eat away the rest of your afternoon, ans possibly the entirety of the long Thanksgiving weekend if you feel like avoiding your family members. It’s also searchable and indexed by year, artist, and type, so if you’re looking for a specific artist or time period from the museum‘s history it’s never been easier to find online.
Check out the MoMA exhibition history archive right here. And if you are a 100-year-old art-lover living in Manhattan, thank you for what you’ve done for our country.