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Visit met.org/VisitorSafetyGuidelines. If you can't make it to NYC, experience the #MetAnywhere online. The Museum lives in two iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. Millions across the globe can also experience the #MetAnywhere through our robust website, digital collection, and virtual events.

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Within the Buddhist traditions of the Himalayas, three bodhisattvas emerge as personifications of Buddhist ideals:Manjus...
05/01/2021
Bodhisattvas of Wisdom, Compassion, and Power

Within the Buddhist traditions of the Himalayas, three bodhisattvas emerge as personifications of Buddhist ideals:

Manjushri, who cuts through ignorance and personifies correct knowledge.

Avalokiteshvara, a compassionate protector of the devout that helps reveal the true nature of reality.

Vajrapani, as the embodiment of the energy of enlightenment.

See sublime representations of all three in "Bodhisattvas of Wisdom, Compassion, and Power," now on view.

This exhibition draws together a dramatic group of objects venerating three bodhisattvas—Manjushri, Vajrapani, and Avalokiteshvara—including paintings, sculptures, ritual objects, and illustrated manuscripts from the 11th to 18th centuries, made primarily for Nepal and Tibet's monastic instituti...

05/01/2021
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Highlights at The Met

Join The Met in celebrating the history, culture, and achievements of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who have contributed to the arts.

From Isamu Noguchi's iconic "Water Stone" to performances in The Met’s galleries, explore videos that spotlight artistic contributions made by the #AAPI community featured at The Met.

Join The Met in celebrating the history, culture, and achievements of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) who have contributed to the arts. From Isa...

“He perches in all his feathered glory atop a crescent moon and clutches a ladder as he floats through space, balanced a...
04/30/2021
Sculptor Alex Da Corte Brought a Bright Blue Big Bird to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Rooftop—See Images Here | Artnet News

“He perches in all his feathered glory atop a crescent moon and clutches a ladder as he floats through space, balanced atop a fully functioning Alexander Calder-style mobile. The ladder suggests that he is not stranded, and that he has the ability to end his isolation.” — artnet

Visit the #CantorRoof to see the 2021 Roof Garden Commission by Alex Da Corte, "As Long as the Sun Lasts," on view through October 31.

#MetAlexDaCorte

Alex Da Corte draws on Big Bird and Alexander Calder for "As Long as the Sun Lasts" on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

04/30/2021
Balcony Bar From Home—Allison Loggins-Hull

This Friday, tune in for Balcony Bar From Home with ETHEL and Friends as we welcome back a vibrant set of songs from flutist Allison Loggins-Hull. Here's what's coming up:

🎵 "Hammers" by Allison Loggins-Hull

🎵 "Can I Have It Without Begging?" by Eve Beglarian

🎵 "Umoja" by Valerie Coleman

#MetLiveArts
Photo by Rafael Rios

NOW ON VIEW—Explore a wide array of artworks in nearly every medium in "Japan: A History of Style." ✨  #ArtsOfJapan cele...
04/30/2021
Japan: A History of Style

NOW ON VIEW—Explore a wide array of artworks in nearly every medium in "Japan: A History of Style." ✨

#ArtsOfJapan celebrates a decade of remarkable acquisitions that have transformed The Met's ability to narrate the history of Japanese art.

This exhibition celebrates how gifts and acquisitions of the last decade have transformed The Met's ability to narrate the story of Japanese art by both expanding and deepening the range of remarkable artworks that can meaningfully elucidate the past.

Your seeing is believing 👀 In her montages, #BarbaraKruger infuses imagery from American ads with explicit dread, turnin...
04/29/2021

Your seeing is believing 👀

In her montages, #BarbaraKruger infuses imagery from American ads with explicit dread, turning the language of commerce on itself.

"My work tries to be substitutional," Kruger has said, "to somehow inject meaning where the message had previously been: ‘Buy this sweater, it’ll change your life.’"

Catch this work in #PicturesRevisited before it closes on May 9.

Learn more: met.org/PicturesRevisited

🎨 Barbara Kruger (American, b. 1945). Untitled (Your Seeing Is Believing), 1984. Gelatin silver print in artist’s frame. © Barbara Kruger On view in Gallery 851. #PicturesRevisited

Your seeing is believing 👀

In her montages, #BarbaraKruger infuses imagery from American ads with explicit dread, turning the language of commerce on itself.

"My work tries to be substitutional," Kruger has said, "to somehow inject meaning where the message had previously been: ‘Buy this sweater, it’ll change your life.’"

Catch this work in #PicturesRevisited before it closes on May 9.

Learn more: met.org/PicturesRevisited

🎨 Barbara Kruger (American, b. 1945). Untitled (Your Seeing Is Believing), 1984. Gelatin silver print in artist’s frame. © Barbara Kruger On view in Gallery 851. #PicturesRevisited

Experience "Alice Neel: People Come First" through the words of the artist herself. 🎧 Whether at home or in the gallerie...
04/29/2021
Alice Neel: People Come First

Experience "Alice Neel: People Come First" through the words of the artist herself. 🎧

Whether at home or in the galleries, tune in to this #MetAudioGuide, featuring Alice Neel speaking about her life, inspiration, and “radical humanism.”

Plus, interviews with curator Jasmine Wahi and artists Jordan Casteel and Miguel Luciano illuminate how Neel’s art, activism, and fight for social justice resonate today.

#MetAliceNeel

Alice Neel, Portraits, Retrospective, contemporary, social justice

04/29/2021
Storytime with The Met—“A Carp for Kimiko”

In honor of Children's Day in Japan on May 5, this week for Storytime, Met educator Julie Marie reads “A Carp for Kimiko” by Virginia Kroll, illustrated by Katherine Roundtree. 🐟

Afterwards, we'll take a look at a Japanese woodblock print of a koi fish and try our hand at making our own carp-inspired kite.

Take a closer look at the koi print: met.org/3nmzHEx

Join us every week for Storytime! Catch up on past episodes: met.org/StorytimeFacebook

Tomorrow at 12 pm EST, tune in live for "The Power of the Vote: Legacies of the 19th Amendment"—the first in our #100Yea...
04/29/2021

Tomorrow at 12 pm EST, tune in live for "The Power of the Vote: Legacies of the 19th Amendment"—the first in our #100Years100Women Conservation Series, created in partnership with the Park Avenue Armory.

In this series of informal talks, hear from artists and project participants in the Armory's 100 Years | 100 Women initiative as they dive deep into historic and contemporary issues.

Learn more and watch for free: met.org/100Years100WomenTalks

Tomorrow at 12 pm EST, tune in live for "The Power of the Vote: Legacies of the 19th Amendment"—the first in our #100Years100Women Conservation Series, created in partnership with the Park Avenue Armory.

In this series of informal talks, hear from artists and project participants in the Armory's 100 Years | 100 Women initiative as they dive deep into historic and contemporary issues.

Learn more and watch for free: met.org/100Years100WomenTalks

"I like to paint people who are in the rat race...under pressure, really, of city life and the awful struggle that goes ...
04/29/2021
Alice Neel | Primer | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"I like to paint people who are in the rat race...under pressure, really, of city life and the awful struggle that goes on in the city." — Alice Neel

New York City was Alice Neel's greatest muse. See the city through her eyes on the #MetPrimer.

New York City can be hard. So why are people drawn to it? Alice Neel, one of the century’s most radical painters, can show us.

Alice Neel painted this portrait of Mercedes Arroyo—a social activist in East Harlem’s Puerto Rican community—in 1952.Ne...
04/28/2021

Alice Neel painted this portrait of Mercedes Arroyo—a social activist in East Harlem’s Puerto Rican community—in 1952.

Neel portrays the usually energetic and outspoken community leader in a reflective mood, delicately perched on a chair with her face and gaze directed upward in a stance of casual heroism.

As Neel declared in 1950—echoing Arroyo’s principles, no doubt—“East Harlem is like a battlefield of humanism, and I am on the side of the people there.”

See this portrait on view in "Alice Neel: People Come First" on view through August 1. Learn more: met.org/MetAliceNeel

🎨 Alice Neel, (American, 1900–1984). Mercedes Arroyo, 1952. Collection of Daryl and Steven Roth © The Estate of Alice Neel. #MetAliceNeel #wcw

Alice Neel painted this portrait of Mercedes Arroyo—a social activist in East Harlem’s Puerto Rican community—in 1952.

Neel portrays the usually energetic and outspoken community leader in a reflective mood, delicately perched on a chair with her face and gaze directed upward in a stance of casual heroism.

As Neel declared in 1950—echoing Arroyo’s principles, no doubt—“East Harlem is like a battlefield of humanism, and I am on the side of the people there.”

See this portrait on view in "Alice Neel: People Come First" on view through August 1. Learn more: met.org/MetAliceNeel

🎨 Alice Neel, (American, 1900–1984). Mercedes Arroyo, 1952. Collection of Daryl and Steven Roth © The Estate of Alice Neel. #MetAliceNeel #wcw

Oh to be a kid frolicking in a 14th-century garden...🌷#DidYouKnow: Scenes featuring women and playful children—expressio...
04/28/2021

Oh to be a kid frolicking in a 14th-century garden...🌷

#DidYouKnow: Scenes featuring women and playful children—expressions of the hope for and joy of having a family—began to appear in Chinese decorative art in the late Song dynasty.

This massive platter’s relief carving is typical of high Yuan-dynasty style and features familiar, playful depictions of childhood.

See this work on view now in "Masters and Masterpieces: Chinese Art from the Florence and Herbert Irving Collection."

Learn more: met.org/3aADd90

🎨 Unidentified Chinese maker. Tray with women and boys on a garden terrace, 14th century. Carved red lacquer. On view in Gallery 221. #MetChineseMasters

Missed day one of our symposium today? 💻 You can still register for day two of "White Cube / Black Box: The Universal Mu...
04/27/2021
White Cube / Black Box: The Universal Museum and the Digital Age, a Virtual Symposium for Rayyane Tabet / Alien Property

Missed day one of our symposium today? 💻

You can still register for day two of "White Cube / Black Box: The Universal Museum and the Digital Age, a Virtual Symposium for Rayyane Tabet / Alien Property."

Register on our website for day two, happening tomorrow, Wednesday, April 28, 1–3:30 pm EST.

The symposium will be recorded and available to view after the live event.
#AlienProperty

Join artists, researchers, and art professionals for a two-day symposium that uses the exhibition Rayyane Tabet / Alien Property as a starting point to challenge the concept of the universal museum—a place to see the whole world under one roof—and The

Talk about some serious talent! 🎨 Experience nearly 250 works of art by New York City teens who received the highest reg...
04/27/2021
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: New York City Regional Exhibition

Talk about some serious talent! 🎨 Experience nearly 250 works of art by New York City teens who received the highest regional recognition in the 2021 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. These works will be on view at The Met through May 21.

This exhibition features nearly 250 works of art and writing by New York City teens who received the Gold Key Award in the 2021 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.

#DidYouKnow: Stone pendants—like this one of an animated anthropomorphic figure known as a zemí—were typically worn by T...
04/27/2021

#DidYouKnow: Stone pendants—like this one of an animated anthropomorphic figure known as a zemí—were typically worn by Taíno leaders, many of which were women.

Artists created heads, pendants, and shell or wood maskettes (known as guaízas) in the images of zemís, which were donned during ceremonies and often exchanged between leaders as signs of diplomacy.

Psst! You can get a closer look at a sculptural representation of a zemí in AR here: met.org/2QUp1AF
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¿Sabías que? Los colgantes de piedra—como este de una animada figura antropomorfa conocida como cemí—los solían llevar los líderes taínos, muchos de los cuales eran mujeres.

Los artistas crearon cabezas, colgantes y máscaras de concha o madera (conocidas como guaízas) con la imagen de los cemíes, que se ponían durante las ceremonias y a menudo se intercambiaban entre los líderes como forma de diplomacia.

Puedes ver de cerca una representación escultórica de un cemí en AR aquí: met.org/2QUp1AF

🎨 Unknown Taíno maker (present-day, Dominican Republic). Figure Pendant, 13th–15th century. On view in Gallery 359. #ArteDelMar

#DidYouKnow: Stone pendants—like this one of an animated anthropomorphic figure known as a zemí—were typically worn by Taíno leaders, many of which were women.

Artists created heads, pendants, and shell or wood maskettes (known as guaízas) in the images of zemís, which were donned during ceremonies and often exchanged between leaders as signs of diplomacy.

Psst! You can get a closer look at a sculptural representation of a zemí in AR here: met.org/2QUp1AF
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¿Sabías que? Los colgantes de piedra—como este de una animada figura antropomorfa conocida como cemí—los solían llevar los líderes taínos, muchos de los cuales eran mujeres.

Los artistas crearon cabezas, colgantes y máscaras de concha o madera (conocidas como guaízas) con la imagen de los cemíes, que se ponían durante las ceremonias y a menudo se intercambiaban entre los líderes como forma de diplomacia.

Puedes ver de cerca una representación escultórica de un cemí en AR aquí: met.org/2QUp1AF

🎨 Unknown Taíno maker (present-day, Dominican Republic). Figure Pendant, 13th–15th century. On view in Gallery 359. #ArteDelMar

FINAL WEEKS—How are images revisited, remixed, and reappropriated over time? 📸 Dive deep into The Met's rich collection ...
04/27/2021
Pictures, Revisited

FINAL WEEKS—How are images revisited, remixed, and reappropriated over time? 📸

Dive deep into The Met's rich collection of contemporary photography in "Pictures, Revisited," which reassesses the legacy of visual appropriation at the Museum and beyond.

See the exhibition before it closes May 9.
#PicturesRevisited

A deep dive into the Met's rich collection of contemporary photography, Pictures, Revisited reassesses the legacy of visual appropriation at the Museum and beyond. 

The #MetBritishGalleries are newly reinstalled, and there’s more on display than just formality and frills.Uncover 400 y...
04/26/2021
British Galleries | Primer | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The #MetBritishGalleries are newly reinstalled, and there’s more on display than just formality and frills.

Uncover 400 years of British history and ornamentation on the Primer.

Explore five unexpected themes in the new British galleries of decorative arts and design.

"Neel’s paintings never let you rest, and why should they? She never rested." — The New Yorker
04/25/2021
Alice Neel’s Portraits of Difference

"Neel’s paintings never let you rest, and why should they? She never rested."
— The New Yorker

A retrospective at the Met shows the artist’s deep feeling for all that she is not.

What ethical roles and responsibilities do museums have to tell stories, acknowledge power, and repair histories?This we...
04/25/2021
White Cube / Black Box: The Universal Museum and the Digital Age, a Virtual Symposium for Rayyane Tabet / Alien Property

What ethical roles and responsibilities do museums have to tell stories, acknowledge power, and repair histories?

This week, join artists, researchers, and art professionals for a two-day symposium that uses The Met exhibition "Rayyane Tabet / Alien Property" as a starting point to challenge the concept of the universal museum—a place to see the whole world under one roof—and its relationship to material and digital cultural heritage.

Tune in for free on Tuesday, April 27, and Wednesday, April 28, to "White Cube / Black Box: The Universal Museum in the Digital Age, a Symposium for Rayyane Tabet / Alien Property."

#AlienProperty

Join artists, researchers, and art professionals for a two-day symposium that uses the exhibition Rayyane Tabet / Alien Property as a starting point to challenge the concept of the universal museum—a place to see the whole world under one roof—and The

04/25/2021
Drop-in Drawing—Mandalas

This week on Drop-in Drawing, join Met teaching artist Padma Rajendran to explore patterns and color with objects from around your home and use them to create a #mandala, a graphic pattern traditionally used for meditation.

✍️ Grab a pencil and paper, and get started whenever you're ready—and don't forget to share your creating with #MetSketch.

Take a closer look at the featured mandala: met.org/3ekYHbi

Experience "Alice Neel: People Come First" through the words of the artist herself. 🎧 Whether at home or in the gallerie...
04/24/2021
Alice Neel: People Come First

Experience "Alice Neel: People Come First" through the words of the artist herself. 🎧

Whether at home or in the galleries, tune in to this #MetAudioGuide, featuring Alice Neel speaking about her life, inspiration, and “radical humanism.”

Plus, interviews with curator Jasmine Wahi and artists Jordan Casteel and Miguel Luciano illuminate how Neel’s art, activism, and fight for social justice resonate today.

#MetAliceNeel

Alice Neel, Portraits, Retrospective, contemporary, social justice

Experience the #MetAnywhere through the simple click of a button.📌 Bookmark our Art at Home page and check back often to...
04/24/2021
Art at Home | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Experience the #MetAnywhere through the simple click of a button.

📌 Bookmark our Art at Home page and check back often to explore fresh content, learn about your favorite Met artworks, and get inspired. ↓

Explore all of The Met's online offerings.

With #EarthDay still on the brain, today on #WorldBookDay, we're headed to the sea with a look into the collection at Wa...
04/23/2021

With #EarthDay still on the brain, today on #WorldBookDay, we're headed to the sea with a look into the collection at Watson Library. 🌊

This colorful 16th-century book of creatures, "Cabinet of Natural Curiosities: The Complete Plates in Colour, 1734–1765," was published by Amsterdam-based collector Albertus Seba, who came into contact with natural specimens in his work as an apothecary. Amsterdam's position as a hub of maritime trade situated him perfectly to obtain specimens from around the world.

Learn more about Seba and other visual accounts of the natural world in #WatsonLibrary → met.org/2w4r1ss
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📖 Albertus Seba. Cabinet of Natural Curiosities: The Complete Plates in Colour, 1734–1765 (New York: Taschen, 2001). Tomus III, Tabula 3.

With #EarthDay still on the brain, today on #WorldBookDay, we're headed to the sea with a look into the collection at Watson Library. 🌊

This colorful 16th-century book of creatures, "Cabinet of Natural Curiosities: The Complete Plates in Colour, 1734–1765," was published by Amsterdam-based collector Albertus Seba, who came into contact with natural specimens in his work as an apothecary. Amsterdam's position as a hub of maritime trade situated him perfectly to obtain specimens from around the world.

Learn more about Seba and other visual accounts of the natural world in #WatsonLibrary → met.org/2w4r1ss
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📖 Albertus Seba. Cabinet of Natural Curiosities: The Complete Plates in Colour, 1734–1765 (New York: Taschen, 2001). Tomus III, Tabula 3.

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⏱𝙉𝙄𝙉𝙀 𝑫𝑨𝒀𝑺 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝑪𝑶𝑼𝑵𝑻𝑰𝑵𝑮 until Perseverance🤖 and Ingenuity🚁 land on Mars Feb 18th! In his June 13, 2017 article for Mission[dot]org titled "How 𝗦𝗣𝗔𝗖𝗘 𝗔𝗥𝗧 Will Get Us to Mars," writer Andrew James Walls respectfully noted that..."𝙉𝘼𝙎𝘼 𝙢𝙖𝙮 𝙝𝙖𝙫𝙚 𝙗𝙪𝙞𝙡𝙩 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙧𝙤𝙘𝙠𝙚𝙩𝙨. 𝘽𝙪𝙩 𝙞𝙩 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙖𝙧𝙩𝙞𝙨𝙩𝙨 𝙡𝙞𝙠𝙚 𝘽𝙤𝙣𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙡𝙡 𝙬𝙝𝙤 𝙘𝙤𝙢𝙢𝙪𝙣𝙞𝙘𝙖𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙞𝙣 𝙖 𝙫𝙞𝙨𝙪𝙖𝙡 𝙡𝙖𝙣𝙜𝙪𝙖𝙜𝙚 𝙬𝙚 𝙖𝙡𝙡 𝙨𝙥𝙚𝙖𝙠 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙨𝙥𝙖𝙘𝙚 𝙩𝙧𝙖𝙫𝙚𝙡 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙖𝙡𝙡 𝙖𝙗𝙤𝙪𝙩." We should never forget all the people who contributed in their own unique ways to this latest and most ambitious mission to Mars! That includes space artists like Chesley Bonestell who inspired us to go to Mars and space artists like Don Davis and David Aguilar who continue to inspire us to reach for the stars! As David Aguilar has said: "𝙒𝙝𝙤𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙧 𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙥𝙨 𝙛𝙤𝙤𝙩 𝙤𝙣𝙩𝙤 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙨𝙪𝙧𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙚 𝙤𝙛 𝙈𝙖𝙧𝙨 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙨𝙩 𝙩𝙞𝙢𝙚 𝙬𝙞𝙡𝙡 𝙨𝙚𝙚 𝙖 𝙫𝙞𝙨𝙩𝙖, 𝙬𝙞𝙡𝙡 𝙨𝙚𝙚 𝙖 𝙗𝙚𝙖𝙪𝙩𝙮, 𝙬𝙞𝙡𝙡 𝙨𝙚𝙚 𝙖 𝙬𝙤𝙧𝙡𝙙 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙗𝙧𝙤𝙪𝙜𝙝𝙩 𝙩𝙤 𝙪𝙨 𝙗𝙮 𝘾𝙝𝙚𝙨𝙡𝙚𝙮 𝘽𝙤𝙣𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙡𝙡 𝙙𝙚𝙘𝙖𝙙𝙚𝙨 𝙗𝙚𝙛𝙤𝙧𝙚." https://fb.watch/3xwK2s0TNK/
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WEEK TWO of "Journey to Mars with (Space Artist) Chesley Bonestell" is VERY COOL! https://fb.watch/3o2enNyK_f/