Though temporarily closed, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art is giving enthusiasts a chance to experience its awe-inspiring collection of works via a virtual tour.
Free and available online at any time, the virtual tour allows art fans to peruse some of the MMoCA’s nearly-6,000-piece collection. The museum is known for having one of the nation’s finest Chicago Imagism collection as well as significant holdings in Wisconsin-based artists, Mexican Modernist prints and contemporary photography.
Current stops on the virtual tour include Frida Khalo’s Pitahayas; a spotlight on The Chicago Imagists, a group of figurative artists who emerged in Chicago in the mid-1960’s; and Romare Bearden’s Serenade, among many, many other notable works.
Online tour-goers can even bookmark favorites to “My Collection” to view during their session.
For more information on Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and its virtual tours and art sales, visit https://www.mmoca.org/.