Who doesn't love art? Serious question. Except not really.
Because everybody loves art. EVERYBODY.
The MoMA’s had a pretty schweet run these past 87 years, and they’re keepin’ with the times by making some of their archives more accessible.
Moma’s bustin’ out more than 30,000 images on their online archive, and it’s free.
Yep. You can check out the beauty of Picasso, Renoir, and tons of others online for free-ninety-nine.
Time Out reported that the Museum of Modern Art has posted 33,000 pics for their brand spankin’ new online archive.
The free project took about two-and-a-half years to create, and the 3,500 hundred exhibitions they’ve hosted since 1929 are present in the archive.
MoMA’s included documentation of the exhibits in their archive, too.
What are you waiting for? Search by year, decade, or exhibition type here.
[via Time Out] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram ]