The Museum of American Art in Berlin  is an educational institution dedicated to assembling, preserving and exhibiting memories on the MoMA International Program and its Circulating Exhibitions. It is those MoMA exhibitions, some of them curated by Dorothy Miller, that helped establishing throughout western Europe the first post-war common cultural identity based on internationalism, modernism and individualism.
Museum has also on display the “Museum of Modern Art” as an American invention defined 1936 by Alfred Barr, Jr. through his historical exhibitions: “Cubism and Abstract Art” and  “Fantastic Art, DADA, Surrealism”.