Welcome to the World’s Leading Museum of Modern Art. It includes works of art created during the period stretching from about 1860 to the 1970s.
A Space dedicated to showcasing and preserving the Creative Works of Contemporary Artists. The museum serves as a cultural hub, fostering appreciation and understanding of the art world through exhibitions, educational programs, and public events.
Our collection features wide range of styles reflecting the diversity and creativity of the modern art world.
The first modern art museums emerged in the 19th century, as a way to showcase the art of the present day and to promote the values of modernity. These museums were often associated with avant-garde movements like Impressionism and Expressionism, and they featured works by artists who were considered to be outside the mainstream.
In the mid-20th century, modern art museums began to focus more on abstract and conceptual art, as well as on artists who were working in media like film, performance, and installation. These museums also began to engage more actively with issues of social and political relevance, and to showcase work by artists who were exploring themes of identity and representation.
In the late 20th century, modern art museums continued to evolve, and many began to focus on global and multicultural perspectives. They also began to incorporate more digital and new media art into their collections and exhibitions.
In the 21st century, modern art museums have continued to adapt and change, reflecting the rapidly evolving nature of contemporary art. Many museums have expanded their focus to include art from a wider range of countries and regions, and have embraced new technologies and platforms to reach a wider audience.