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25 Years of Korean Art at The Met

25 Years of Korean Art at The Met

The Artist Project: Lee Ufan

"It's not trying to achieve perfection. It's actually trying to achieve imperfection."

Meet Mei Lum, Artist-in-Residence

Meet Civic Practice Partnership artist-in-residence Mei Lum, founder of the W.O.W. Project and the fifth-generation owner of her family's century-old porcelain business, the oldest operating store in Chinatown.

Artists on Artworks—Africa & Byzantium

Join artists as they reflect on works in the exhibition Africa and Byzantium and make connections to their own artistic practices.

Conserving Gallenga’s Theodosia

Follow the conservation treatment of Maria Monaci Gallenga’s “Theodosia” tea gown and learn about Gallenga’s unique vision as a textile artist and fashion designer.

Exhibition Tour—Africa & Byzantium

Join Dr. Andrea Myers Achi, Mary and Michael Jaharis Associate Curator of Byzantine Art in The Met’s Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, for a virtual tour of Africa & Byzantium

Cécile McLorin Salvant at The Met Cloisters: Dame Iseut

In July 2023 MetLiveArts welcomed three-time GRAMMY®-winning jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant for an exclusive recording session in the Unicorn Tapestries Room at The Met Cloisters. For Salvant, also a skilled textile artist, the tapestries have been a source of inspiration.

Cécile McLorin Salvant at The Met Cloisters: D’un feu secret

In July 2023 MetLiveArts welcomed three-time GRAMMY®-winning jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant for an exclusive recording session in the Unicorn Tapestries Room at The Met Cloisters

Exhibition Tour—Vertigo of Color: Matisse, Derain, and the Origins of Fauvism

Over an intense nine weeks in the summer of 1905 in the modest fishing village of Collioure on the French Mediterranean, Henri Matisse and André Derain embarked on a partnership that led to a wholly new, radical artistic language later known as Fauvism.

Fran Lebowitz: Pretend It’s a Museum

Fran Lebowitz goes behind-the-scenes to The Met’s Paintings Conservation Lab to see Rembrandt’s Aristotle with a Bust of Homer (1653)

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