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Reimagining Peruvian Portraiture with Ana de Orbegoso

Learn how the artist updates ancient Andean aesthetics to reflect the world today.
Still from "The Living Room" of Berenice Abbott sitting in an armchair in front of a fire with a camera on the table in front of her

Filming Berenice Abbott

Filmmakers Martha Wheelock and Kay Weaver discuss their memories of living and working with the legendary photographer.
Charles Ray's copy of ten marble fragments of the Great Eleusinian Relief in aluminum

Sculpture in a Cultural Space

In conversation with Hal Foster, the artist Charles Ray discusses his work’s relationship to ancient reliefs, modern sculpture, and other works of art.

Frame of Mind: Art and Human Connection

Vivienne O'Neill of Citymeals on Wheels discusses how art has offered a lifeline to homebound seniors during the pandemic
Cover Art of Bulletin

Remixing the Future

The author and illustrator John Jennings discusses Seneca Village, Afrofuturism, and writing The Met's first graphic novella.

Rococo and the (Disney) Renaissance

Curator Wolf Burchard and producer Don Hahn explore how 18th-century European decorative arts inspired Walt Disney.
Joe Baker poses in front of a painting

Committing to the Beauty of Lenape Art

How Joe Baker reclaimed a historic artform in order to assert his Lenape identity.
A photo of the artist Ana Mendieta

Remembering Ana Mendieta

Two filmmakers reflect on the pioneering artist, whose feminist thought informed her understanding of the natural world.
The designer Thebe Magugu wearing a shirt depicting two women seated next to each other

Thebe Magugu on the Political Power of Fashion

The innovative designer speaks about how fashion can address social issues, from gender-based violence to government corruption.
Alice Neel seated in a chair in front of a large painting of a nude pregnant woman

Picturing Alice Neel

Filmmakers Margaret Murphy and Lucille Rhodes discuss their portrait of the celebrated artist—and what it was like to be painted by her.
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