Many art lovers are being grateful to MoMA for keeping their days of quarantine useful by staying home. The great museum, which is located in New York, is providing free online classes and have come up with a nice idea for exposing great artworks. They have opened their publishing archives for an inline sale of monographs of the rare collection, which has been with them over a decade. The books are on sale online in the museum’s web store. This was informed by the museum on social media a few months ago.
The books are of range from fundamental art to historical artworks. The price starts from $25 and goes up to $2,500. The collection includes books that even most difficult to get, such as a book that was first published in the year 1976, which is William Eggleston’s Guide. A photography book, which was the first-ever color book published, was a dedication to Eggleston and a very important collection of the 20th century. Her normal range books are the third printing of The Sculptor’s Studio: Etchings by Picasso of 1966, the second edition of Post-Impressionism: From Van Gogh to Gauguin and How to Show Grownups the Museum of 1985.
MoMa hasn’t reacted to the disease’s out to break as other museums and institutions did. Instead, they added color to the daily life of the people’s hearts for those who looked up to art as their love. The online web book sales are an example, and also they are providing the budding list, free online classes, on contemporary art, photography, fashion, and many more. The museum is playing major roles in developing and collecting rare artworks. Their library alone consists of more than 300,000 books.
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