Must-follow Museums on Instagram

Our top picks for Museums to follow on Instagram

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Photo by Totally History

Going to a museum is one of the best ways to celebrate all kinds of art and history. Even though you can’t sit on or touch anything, going to an art exhibit will bring out anyone’s inner Van Gogh and make you an art connoisseur. You can even make up your own interpretations of the art or reenact the exhibits. Whether you make your own art or are planning your next date night, our “Museums of the World” collection will leave you with a newfound appreciation for artists of all kinds. Here are our top picks for must-follow museums on Instagram:

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The Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art is one of the most well known modern art museums in the world and features paintings, photography, sculptures and more. They’re based in the Big Apple and maintain a lively Instagram feed featuring various works of art and themed posts.

Musée du Louvre

Based in Paris, the Louvre is one of the largest museums and historic monuments. It gets approximately 10 million visitors per year. Their Instagram posts highlight the beautiful museum itself as well as their incredible pieces of art. Luckily for those of us who can’t speak french, their captions include both the french and english versions. Mercí!

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, also referred to as “The Met,” aims to highlight different cultures and times in history in order to unite people through art. Their feed celebrates artists that have made their mark on the world and various pieces of art in their museum.

Gagosian Gallery

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The Gagosian Gallery originated in Los Angeles and has gradually expanded to be in cities like New York, Paris, London and 10 other locations. Each contains contemporary and modern art exhibitions while their Instagram feed features some of their exhibits.

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