Mondrian’s Trafalgar Square (1939-43), part of MoMA’s collection, is instantly recognizable as an icon of neoplasticism, the term he used to describe his abstract paintings that relied on straight lines and primary colors. The fluidity of silk gives a tactile suppleness to the bold geometry inspired by the painting.
In or Related to MoMA's Collection
The Museum of Modern Art established the world's first curatorial department devoted to architecture and design. MoMA Design Store carries a selection of design objects from that collection. We only offer authorized versions in the colors and materials selected by the original designers. MoMA's design collection is ever-changing, a reflection of the evolving field of design itself.