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Isabella Jun 22
Camp: Notes on Fashion at the HFantasy Metropolitan Museum.
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The Met 4h
In honor of , the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, and the exhibition "Camp: Notes on Fashion," our latest blog post explores how camp has been used to question conventional ideas about taste, gender, race, and sexuality: .
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The Met Jun 23
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Follow along as Porter and moore discuss the concept of camp in performance, the impact of ballroom style on pop culture and high fashion, and the exhibition “Camp: Notes on Fashion.”
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Ragini Gupta Jun 22
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There were others, but I was too captivated to capture them
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i.f.gonzales 🐰 3h
Just sent to . Lena Waithe's critiques stand.
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The Met Jun 21
Celebrate with Camp: Notes on Fashion! Join us on Saturday, June 29 for EmptyMet: CAMP to get early access to the exhibition and explore the lively, audacious nature of the camp aesthetic through more than 250 objects. Get tickets:
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Sher 3h
“One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art.” –Oscar Wilde
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MAX ANDRADE 5h
Liberace business-casual @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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The Met Jun 22
In honor of and "Camp: Notes on Fashion," The Met Costume Institute's Karen van Godtsenhoven explores the millennia-old history of the teapot-like gesture known as "the camp pose," from Ancient Rome to NYC’s vogueing culture.
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The Met Jun 18
This Sunday, June 23, don't miss the one and only at The Met in conversation with artist-scholar discussing Camp in performance and the impact of ballroom style on pop culture and high fashion. Learn more:
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The Met Jun 23
Thanks for tuning into ! Special thanks to our incredible speakers and . Make sure to visit now through September 8: .
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The Met Jun 23
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Throwback to ’s showstopping ensemble inspired by . ✨ Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images.
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Rebecca Bishop Jun 19
. This show surprised me in the best way. Interesting and thoughtful. Thought provoking and fascinating. A well designed exhibition. Thank you
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The Met Jun 23
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On , says, “I love my life as a camp person, but some people use the term pejoratively.... What I love about this exhibit is the reclamation of camp being at the forefront and at the height of all of it. The campier, the better.”
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Ryan Jun 16
Flew to NYC for the weekend to see the exhibition ! She really did that ! ✈️ 💅🏼 👸🏼
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The Met Jun 23
Today’s program celebrates ! Our guest speakers are Grammy and Tony-winning actor Billy Porter () and artist-scholar madison moore ().
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Alexander Lee Riney 5h
Can we go back to yesterday, exploring and drinking champagne chilled with popsicles? . . . . .
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Madison Moore and Billy Porter speak on camp during "Sundays at the Met" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art 📸 of 👉
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