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The Met Sep 21
Did you catch The Met's category on yesterday? Here’s a clip in case you missed it: !
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The Met Sep 21
Met Curators Doug Eklund and Ian Alteveer spoke with about , which is now on view at The :
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The Met Sep 20
There’s a whole category dedicated to The Metropolitan Museum of Art on tonight, tune in and play along!
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The Met Sep 20
The “Armenia!” exhibition was blessed by the Very Reverend Father Daniel Findikyan, Primate of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) and other clergy.
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The Met Sep 20
Almost all of the works in “Armenia!” are on view in the United States for the first time; some have not travelled abroad for centuries.
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The Met Sep 20
More than 140 opulent gilded reliquaries, richly illuminated manuscripts, rare textiles, liturgical furnishings made of precious materials, khachkars, church models, and printed books demonstrate Armenia’s distinctive imagery in their homeland.
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The Met Sep 20
The exhibition emphasizes how Armenians developed a distinctive national identity in their homeland and how they maintained and transformed their traditions as their communities expanded across the globe.
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The Met Sep 20
explores the arts and culture of the Armenians from their conversion to Christianity in the early fourth century through their leading role on international trade routes in the 17th century.
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The Met Sep 20
On view from September 22, 2018 through January 13, 2019, “Armenia!” is the first major exhibition to explore the remarkable artistic and cultural achievements of the Armenian people in a global context.
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The Met Sep 20
This morning we’re at the press preview for “Armenia!”
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The Met Sep 18
“It all began in 2010, when Eklund stumbled across a 1991 interview between two artists…” – on , opening today at The .
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Museum of Fine Arts Sep 17
Congratulations to on today’s opening of “Delacroix,” the first comprehensive retrospective of works by French painter in North America. We’re honored to have our painting “The Lamentation (Christ at the Tomb)” on view in the exhibition!
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Francoise Nyssen Sep 17
En partenariat avec le , le inaugure aujourd’hui la première rétrospective américaine consacrée à Eugène Delacroix. Une belle collaboration qui contribue au rayonnement de notre patrimoine culturel à travers l'une des plus grandes figures créatives du 19è.
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The Met Sep 17
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“Everything Is Connected: Art and Conspiracy” opens to the public tomorrow, September 18, at The .
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The Met Sep 17
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is accompanied by the exhibition “Jane and Louise Wilson: Stasi City,” on view at The Met Fifth Avenue from September 18, 2018, through March 31, 2019.
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The Met Sep 17
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Despite the timeliness of the topic, was conceived in 2010, inspired by a 1991 interview between (American, born 1954) and the late (American, 1954–2012), both of whose works are featured in the exhibition.
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The Met Sep 17
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Covering the period from 1969 to 2016 and featuring 70 works by 30 artists working in a range of media—from painting and sculpture to photography, video, and installation art— presents an alternate history of postwar and contemporary art.
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The Met Sep 17
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For the last fifty years, artists have explored the hidden operations of power and the symbiotic suspicion between the government and its citizens that haunts Western democracies. is the first major exhibition to tackle this perennially provocative topic.
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The Met Sep 17
This morning we’re taking a first look at “Everything Is Connected: Art and Conspiracy,” which opens at The tomorrow.
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The Met Sep 16
Hear discuss his artistic process and the inspiration behind select artworks in excerpts from two interviews, including one recorded in December 2017.
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