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Go behind the scenes with these unique perspectives on the latest artworks to enter The Met collection.
Join Stephan Wolohojian, John Pope-Hennessy Curator in Charge, and Ashley Dunn, Associate Curator, to virtually explore Manet/Degas.
"What can an audience tell the performer?" William Wegman on his video work from 1970–1999
Poet Wendy S. Walters confronts the power dynamics at play in creating and viewing Carpeaux’s Why Born Enslaved!
Listen to sculptor Robert Laurent (1890–1970) tell his story of emigrating from Brittany, France to New York City in the early twentieth century.
Curator Denise Allen discusses Max Klinger’s Galatea and its provenance.
Dancer Omari Mizrahi discusses the history of voguing while reflecting on Mark Bradford's mixed-media work Duck Walk.
“If we reorient our view of history, can we expand the view ahead?”
"Can nature's fragility be perceived?" Ranjani Shettar on her installation "Seven ponds and a few raindrops."
"How does a foreigner define America?" Alyce Englund on Charles-Honoré Lannuier's pier table.
"Can an invention remain new?": Alisa LaGamma on the tsesah crest.