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The 10 “best” museums to follow on Instagram


Eduard Steimle - 7th June 2019 - 0 comments

Explore, learn, and discover from the comfort of your home.

Guggenheim Museum, NY, United States

Brooklyn Museum

Art can seem a little uptight and out of reach sometimes. Well, add the Brooklyn Museum to listen to a dynamic, innovative, and welcoming tone for learning about art and having great stories to tell for dinner time.

Centre George Pompidou

The Parisian multidisciplinary centre explains an artwork a day.
PS: French speakers only. Pardon.

Guggenheim

A great classic that never gets old! Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece home to a world-renowned collection of art. This can’t go wrong.

Kiasma

The Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art provides a variety of spatial experiences. Follow for insights into the workshops and events of the Scandinavian institution.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Over 5,000 years of art from every corner of the world. A very full agenda!

MOCA Los Angeles

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles provides a strong no-frill experience with its powerful short videos.

Moderna Museet

The museum of modern & contemporary art in Stockholm, Sweden provides a deep Scandinavian look at what’s going on in the art world.

Moma

“The world’s museum for modern and contemporary art, where you’ll discover artists and ideas that surprise, challenge, and inspire you.” 
What else?
Read more about the Moma’s action against Trump’s entry-ban.

Mori Art Museum

The Japanese contemporary art museum is located in Tokyo and hosts over a million visitors a year. You’ll be assured of a change of scenery with this futuristic and aesthetic addition to your Instagram feed.

Tate

Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool & Tate St Ives aim to increase everyone’s enjoyment and understanding of art. It is an audacious challenge, even ambitious, but it is a success. The end-result is accessible and dynamic.

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