Renowned for his powerful paintings of American life and scenery, Winslow Homer (1836–1910) remains a consequential figure whose art continues to appeal to broad audiences. Now open , Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents will reconsider the artist’s work through the lens of conflict, a theme that spans his prolific career. A persistent fascination with struggle permeates Homer’s art—from emblematic images of the Civil War and Reconstruction that examine the … Continue reading Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents
The second of a two-part exhibition, it will be staged in the Museum’s American Wing period rooms and present sartorial narratives that chart the evolution of American style Period rooms to feature cinematic vignettes created by eight celebrated film directors The Costume Institute Benefit (The Met Gala™) Which returns to the first Monday in May, This Monday The Costume Institute’s 2022 spring exhibition, In America: An … Continue reading Advance Details of The Costume Institute’s 2022 Spring Exhibition, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, Unveiled by The Met
Exhibition Dates: April 11–July 31, 2022Member Previews: April 5 & 7–10, 2022Exhibition Location: The Met Fifth Avenue, The Tisch Galleries, Gallery 899, Floor 2 Renowned for his powerful paintings of American life and scenery, Winslow Homer (1836–1910) remains a beloved and consequential figure whose art continues to appeal to broad audiences. Opening April 11, 2022, Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents will reconsider the artist’s work through the lens of … Continue reading Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents
The leading policy advocates, artists, and researchers from cultural organizations, healthcare centers, government, and the United Nations will convene at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in a call to action to acknowledge and act on the evidence base for the health benefits of the arts. The day-long Healing Arts Symposium, presented in partnership with the World Health Organization, and produced by CULTURUNNERS … Continue reading Symposium Presented in Partnership with the World Health Organization and The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a “Cultural Call to Action” to Invest in the Arts to Improve Physical, Mental, and Social Health
Regarded as one of the most remarkable artists of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Francisco Goya (1746–1828) is renowned for his prolific activity as a draftsman and printmaker, producing about 900 drawings and 300 prints during his long career. Through his graphic work, he expressed his political liberalism, criticism of superstition, and distaste for intellectual oppression in unique and compelling ways. Opening February … Continue reading Met Exhibition to Explore Francisco Goya’s Prolific Activity as a Draftsman and Printmaker through Approximately 100 Works from the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries From Now To May 2, 2021
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that The Costume Institute’s spring 2020 exhibition will be About Time: Fashion and Duration, on view from May 7 through September 7, 2020 (preceded on May 4 by The Costume Institute Benefit). Presented in The Met Fifth Avenue’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall, it will trace more than a century and a half of fashion, from 1870 … Continue reading Costume Institute’s Spring 2020 Exhibition to Present a Disruptive Timeline of Fashion History
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced the key components of its 150th-anniversary celebration in 2020, including major gifts of art from around the world; exhibitions and displays that will examine art, history, and culture through spectacular objects; and dynamic programs that will engage The Met’s local and global communities. Highlights of the year include the exhibition Making The Met, 1870–2020, the opening of the … Continue reading The Met Announces Celebrations for Its 150th-Anniversary Year in 2020
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