Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)
The Metropolitan Museum is extraordinary in scope and size, and a visitor to this world-famous museum should plan on staying the entire day. In formation since 1870, the Metropolitan Museum's collection now contains more than three million works of a... more The Robert Lehman Collection A private collection of paintings, drawings, and decorative arts given to the Museum, rich in works from the Italian and Northern Renaissance through the 20th century The Libraries Rare first editions, artists' treatises and manuals, illustrated atlases, scrapbooks, fine bindings, and seminal works of art history from the Museum's research libraries Medieval Art Early European, Byzantine, Carolingian, Romanesque, and Gothic works from the 4th to 16th century, including sculpture, tapestries, reliquaries, liturgical vessels, and more (see also "The Cloisters") Modern Art American and European paintings, works on paper, sculpture, design, and architecture representing the major artistic movements since 1900 Musical Instruments An international array of instruments of historical, technical, and social importance, as well as tonal and visual beauty, from accordions to koras to zithers. Photographs Prints and daguerreotypes from the early history of the medium, European and American avant-garde works, and contemporary contributions from around the world. Antonio Rotti Textile Center Tapestries, velvets, carpets, embroideries, laces, samplers, quilts, and woven and printed fabrics from all periods and civilizations, dating back to 3000 B.C.E.
Venue: Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)
1000 5th Ave
What do you think?
ADAA's The Art Show at Park Avenue Armory
Organized annually by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), The Art Show offers intimately scaled and thoughtfully curated presentations of the highest quality—fostering active conversations ...
Alison Underwood Exhibition Opening: "The impossibility of never" at Form + Flow
Landing Contemporary Art X FORM + FLOW Opening Reception, Thursday, February 27 6:30 - 9pm Alison Underwood The impossibility of never “The nature of desire is to be unsatisfied. The liminal spa...
Professional Development Workshop: Advancing Your Career Your Way at Japan Society
How do I advance in my career? What do I need to do to be better recognized for my efforts? Can I move to another field at this point in my career? It's common to have these and other questions as ...