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If you have never been to New York, then we have good news for you: the legendary New York Museum of Modern Art has posted a huge archive of its exhibits online. This event is justly outstanding: for almost ninety years of existence, MoMA has hosted thousands of exhibitions. The electronic archive begins with the very first one, which took place in 1929 - "Cezanne, Gauguin, Seurat, Van Gogh" - and continues to grow. In total, more than three thousand online exhibitions are now available, which total several tens of thousands of images. Almost all of the photographs show a deserted exhibition space, but some show signs and heroes of the era, as, for example, here: Audrey Hepburn and Alfred H. Barr Jr. study a painting by Picasso in 1957.