MoMA to Implement Timed Ticketing for Picasso Sculpture Through February 7

Art Announcement from United States. Published by MOMA on Monday 02 November 2015.

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Beginning November 10, 2015, The Museum of Modern Art will implement timed ticketing for Picasso Sculpture. Advance purchase is highly recommended for visitors, and timed tickets are available to the public now.

Timed tickets are not required for MoMA members and their guests, who can enter the exhibition anytime by showing a valid membership card or guest ticket at the entrance to the exhibition.

Meagan Johnson, Director of Membership and Visitor Services, states: “Timed ticketing for Picasso Sculpture will ensure a comfortable viewing experience for our guests. We believe high interest in the exhibition will only increase during the holiday season and beyond, and want to ensure an excellent visit in the galleries.”

On view at MoMA through February 7, 2016, the exhibition offers a broad survey of Pablo Picasso’s work in three dimensions, spanning the years 1902 to 1964. The largest museum presentation of Picasso’s sculptures to take place in the United States in nearly half a century, the exhibition brings together more than 100 sculptures from Picasso’s entire career via loans from major public and private collections in the U.S. and abroad, including 50 sculptures from the Musée national Picasso–Paris.

Advance tickets are available through Showclix.com at moma.org/picassotix. A limited number of same-day general admission tickets will be available for sale onsite on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability.