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The Great Hall
The Charles Engelhard Court in the American Wing
Visitors entering the Museum's period rooms through the facade of the Branch Bank of the United States
The Bryant Vase, located on the American Wing balcony
The Charles Engelhard Court, seen through the doorway of the Branch Bank facade
A visitor in The Charles Engelhard Court
The north-facing windows of Gallery 131, which contains the Temple of Dendur
Kristen's reflection in one of the pools in Gallery 131
Gallery 354 in the Michael C. Rockefeller Wing
Gallery 909 in the Lila Acheson Wallace Wing
Antonio Canova's Perseus with the Head of Medusa, located in the Carroll and Milton Petrie European Sculpture Court
Terracotta bell-krater (mixing bowl) in the Greek and Roman Galleries
Inspired by the photography, film, and video exhibition Spies in the House of Art, Teen Advisory Group Members Kristen and Ethan took this series of photographs to capture the way in which the Met's architecture serves as a frame for the art.
Read their blog post about one of the photographs.