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collage of a harlem block with two buildings. A jazz band plays and children also play on the street.

The Sounds of The Block

How does the rediscovery of an audio component for Romare Bearden’s monumental collage transform our understanding of it?
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Collioure in Color

Over the course of a single summer, Henri Matisse and André Derain collaborated with Amélie Matisse to create new forms of sensory expression.

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.

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Yves Saint Laurent: When Fashion Meets Art

On the 40th anniversary of Yves Saint Laurent’s exhibition at The Met, we revisit the connection between fashion and art.
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Two Artists of the Great Depression

Learn more about the influential work of Dox Thrash and Charles Henry Alston during the unprecedented financial crisis.
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Color and Form

Learn about the multifaceted ways postwar artists engaged with color through a selection of vibrant prints.

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.

The Poet of the Information Desk

Robyn Schiff returns to The Met to read from her poem, Information Desk: An Epic in which she recounts what it was like to work at the Museum while establishing herself as a young writer. 

Exhibition Tour—Manet/Degas

Join Stephan Wolohojian, John Pope-Hennessy Curator in Charge, and Ashley Dunn, Associate Curator, to virtually explore Manet/Degas.

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