Composite, MoMath’s exciting temporary exhibition gallery, serves as the home to a diverse collection of shows and installations that highlight the breadth of human pursuits that mathematics can illuminate. Visiting Composite is free with admission to the Museum.

Recently featured in Composite

Featuring the work of Spanish sculptor Miguel Berrocal, MoMath’s recent art exhibit The Insides of Things: The Art of Miguel Berrocal showcased the masterful craftsmanship of Berrocal’s art. Visitors were able to try their hands at assembling and disassembling a replica of one of Berrocal’s stunning works and discovered why the piece had something in common with MoMath’s Enigma Café.

The National Museum of Mathematics wishes to thank the late Samuel Sensiper for his donation of the Berrocal collection as well as Michele and Stan Rosen for supporting the opening reception in his memory.


Do you have a great idea for a mathematical art show?  Send it to MoMath!  MoMath is seeking proposals for future shows in the Composite gallery. Applications are open here:


Previous Composite shows

2015: Luminaries: the optical imagery of Matthew Brand
2014: Compounding Visions: the concave drawings of Trevor and Ryan Oakes