The Met

When we think of visages that defined Renaissance art between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, we're drawn to depictions of mythological and biblical figures and unnamed dames. Yet these…

 

Join Met curators, conservators, and horticulturists as they discuss some projects they have been working on over the past year and experience the magic of The Met Cloisters.

Wayne Thiebaud’s painting of a young tennis player sold for almost  $8.5 million on May 13, 2021, nearly five times the Christie’s estimate of $1.2–1.8 million.
The exhibition presents the works of more than 120 women photographers from 20 different countries and highlights the advancements made by women behind the camera between the 1920s and the 1950s.
One of three concurrent outings by the artist, and one of two exhibitions at Zwirner venues uptown and down, Chimes is ensconced in the gallery’s W 20th Street space, which has been painted a…

Created by the artist Carol Bove (born 1971), The séances aren’t helping is the second commission to be featured on the facade of The Met Fifth Avenue. Working improvisationally, Bove…

Join Met curators to explore works from the exhibition Selections from the Department of Drawings and Prints: Materials and Techniques. Learn about the broad range of approaches European and…

A conversation between Dr. Sarahh Scher and Dr. Steven Zucker on a Four-Cornered Hat from the Wari culture.