New Orleans, LA – An exhibition of art in the Montérégie art world, and the opening of an exhibition of Japanese art, will open on Wednesday, November 3, 2018.
“The Mona Lisa is on display at the new MoMA,” the museum said in a statement on Tuesday.
“Art lovers from around the world will have an unforgettable experience.”
The exhibition will be called “Mona Lisa: The Exhibition”, and will be curated by art critic and curator Joanna Sowards.
The exhibition is titled “The Exposition of Mona Mayonnaise”.
“The theme is a celebration of the art world as a whole and the artists and their work,” the statement said.
“It is also an opportunity to explore the relationship between the artist and viewer.”
“The MoMA is an iconic museum in New York City, which has been a catalyst for art since its opening in 1882, and it has always been a focus of my work.”
The MoMA has also opened its doors to a new collection of works by contemporary artists including the work of artist Toni Braxton, who is currently on tour with her solo exhibition at the museum.
Soward, who lives in New Haven, Connecticut, is a contributing curator at the MoMA.
“I’m really excited to open the doors to the exhibition with Joanna,” she said in the statement.
“In New Orleans the museum has always played a central role in the city’s history and its cultural history.
I think it’s great to open this exhibition to a wider audience and to show what is going on in the museum.”
The museum said that the MoMa exhibition will also highlight other exhibitions by artists from around France, which are also featured in the exhibition.