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Fall Season


The fall season is in full swing and the Met has never felt more vibrant. Our current exhibitions take our visitors through the full span of history, telling the story of art as no other museum can. Where else can one experience a newly discovered mosaic from ancient Rome, Khubilai Khan's medieval China, the unique vision of Netherlandish master Jan Gossart, and the groundbreaking work of contemporary artist John Baldessari?

These large-scale exhibitions are joined by smaller shows exploring Joan Miró's Dutch-influenced paintings, Italy in the age of the Grand Tour, the artistic furniture of Charles Rohlfs, site-specific work by Icelandic artist Katrin Sigurdardottir, and the ritual rugs of Tibetan Buddhism. It is all here, reflecting the depth and breadth of both our scholarship and our collections.

Related Exhibitions

The World of Khubilai Khan: Chinese Art in the Yuan Dynasty
Through January 2, 2011

Italy Observed: Views and Souvenirs, 1706–1899
Through January 2, 2011

John Baldessari: Pure Beauty 
Through January 9, 2011

Man, Myth, and Sensual Pleasures: Jan Gossart’s Renaissance 
Through January 17, 2011

Miró: The Dutch Interiors
Through January 17, 2011

The Artistic Furniture of Charles Rohlfs
Through January 23, 2011

Katrin Sigurdardottir at the Met
Through March 6, 2011

Rugs and Ritual in Tibetan Buddhism
Through March 27, 2011

The Roman Mosaic from Lod, Israel
Through April 3, 2011

Images above: 1) Mosaic floor (detail). Roman, ca. A.D. 300. Excavated at Lod (Lydda), Israel. Stone tesserae. Israel Antiquities Authority and the Shelby White and Leon Levy Lod Mosaic Center. Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority; 2) Gong Kai (Chinese, 1222–after 1304). Noble Horse (detail), Yuan dynasty (1271–1368), China. Lent by Osaka Municipal Museum of Art; 3) Jan Gossart (Netherlandish, ca. 1478–1532). Hercules and Deianira, 1517. Oil on panel. Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham; 4) John Baldessari (American, b. 1931). Heel, 1986. Gelatin silver prints with oil tint, oil stick, and acrylic. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Modern and Contemporary Art Council Fund. © John Baldessari.

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