New York's Musuem of Modern Art (MoMA) is arguably the most influential museum focused on modern art in the world. The museum currently has 16 different exhibitions on display, each offering a unique art experience. On view at the moment is Sigmar Polke's first retrospective, called "Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010," which includes Polke’s work across all mediums. Also currently on view is the first comprehensive exhibition in North America of Lygia Clark's work, entitled "Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948-1988," which displays more than 300 works by the artist. In addition, Jasper Johns is currently showing his most recent work for an exhibition entitled "Jasper Johns: Regrets." It might not be impossible to cover everything in MoMA's Midtown Manhattan Yoshio Taniguchi space in one day, but here's our guide to maximizing your time.

Do It In a Day: How to Make the Most of the MoMA in the Least Amount of Time

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