The new MoMA and our flagship Museum Store are now open! We look forward to welcoming you.
The reimagined and redesigned Museum is now open! The newly unveiled spaces allow MoMA to share more art in new ways, and broaden perspectives on the artists and stories of our time. In tandem, we’ve also opened the doors of a new, double-height Museum Store filled with an expanded book offering, art reproductions and design objects from our collection.
To celebrate MoMA's opening, the retail team collaborated with like-minded global brands and artists in MoMA's collection to create bespoke, exclusive products that reflect MoMA’s commitment to good design.
A step ahead.
The exclusive MoMA Vans Era sneakers combine the MoMA and Vans logos in a bright patchwork of colors and materials.
Powerful sun protection meets colorful ombré frames in these IZIPIZI sunglasses. Designed in France, their tricolor frames have a velvety matte finish and a subtle MoMA logo, and the lenses boast 100% UV Category 3 protection.
These PLEATS PLEASE ISSEY MIYAKE and BAO BAO ISSEY MIYAKE bags feature the MoMA logo in a graphic derived from Japanese Katakana —a syllabic alphabet unique to the Japanese language and often used as playful onomatopoeic words within comic manga novels.
Artist Allan McCollum designed these Visible Markers to be given—and regiven—as tokens of appreciation, serving as constant reminders of the importance of giving and receiving gratitude and appreciation.
These cotton tote bags are printed with memorable quotes from some of the wittiest artists represented in MoMA’s collection, including Pierre Bonnard, Pope.L, Robert Motherwell, Yoko Ono, Betye Saar and Carrie Mae Weems.
These new t-shirts from the UNIQLO Color and Rhythm collection celebrate MoMA’s ongoing commitment to collecting and exhibiting Latin American art, with work by artists who will be featured in MoMA’s exhibition. The tees feature artwork by Carmen Herrera, Hélio Oiticica and Lygia Pape.
These new designs—a Crewneck Sweatshirt, a Pencil Set and a Holiday Card—are inspired by Yoko Ono’s MoMA commission PEACE is POWER. THINK PEACE, ACT PEACE, SPREAD PEACE, IMAGINE PEACE.
Ono has a long history of antiwar activism, including Bed-In for Peace in 1969, a collaboration with John Lennon, and their ongoing WAR IS OVER! If you want it campaign. She has made profound contributions to visual art, performance, filmmaking, and music over her decades-long career. Yoko Ono’s work is represented in MoMA’s collection.