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Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), New York City

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  • Surprising exhibits in this museum entry is correct ($16) free Wifi Restaurant with views of Central Park to do
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  • Beautiful building with six floors design, and this time especially ceramics. Wonderful, and if this is the standard is: very advisable if visit in combination with the Columbus Circle complex
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  • lots of difft shows here, rotating on difft schedules. something to be found in every gallery, on every floor. and don't miss one of the best gift shops in the city--esply for contemporary artisan jew...  more »
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  • Is a good museum if you are modern art addicted. i found an interesting exposition about videogames as art. if you are going to NYC should visiti MoMA
  • This museum has 5 floors, each floor has different theme with different artists. I liked it overall; interesting art pieces (I loved coral crochet) but i thought it was bit small and thought it could have done better job of installation array. To be honest i dont know if it's worth the admission fee but It is pay-what-you-wish on Thursday night so check it out on Thursday night!
  • The Museum first opened its doors in 1956 as the Museum of Contemporary Crafts, with an original mission of recognizing the craftsmanship of contemporary American artists. Nurtured by the vision of philanthropist and craft patron Aileen Osborn Webb, the Museum mounted exhibitions that focused on the materials and techniques associated with craft disciplines. From its earliest years, the Museum celebrated the changing roles of craftsmanship in society, served as an important advocate for emerging artists, and linked art to industry.
  • Yeah, so this place was a disappointment. Some of that had to do with a couple of floors were closed and one of the three remaining open ones wasn't open either. Oh, and the top level restaurant overlooking Central Park was closed for a private event....
  • The exhibitions are amazing here. The current (05/12/16) is wonderful as always. There is pay-what-you-wish every Thursday from 6pm till closing at 9pm.