Visiting Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion?

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On View

Relating to objects currently on view at The Met.

Join Dr. Denise M. Murrell, Merryl H. and James S. Tisch Curator at Large in The Met’s Director's Office, for a virtual tour of the groundbreaking exhibition The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism.

Harlem Is Everywhere podcast artwork featuring William Henry Johnsons's "Street Life, Harlem

Harlem Is Everywhere, A New Podcast from The Met

How music, fashion, literature, and art shaped a modern Black identity during the Harlem Renaissance and beyond
a gold pectoral with coins and a pseudo-medallion that holds fourteen gold coins and two gold discs that are linked together and held by a large gold tube surrounding it.

Wearing Coins in Late Antiquity

Why were gold coins used as jewelry throughout the Byzantine Empire?
Detail of Edgar Degas's "Monsieur and Madame Édouard Manet," with Edouard Manet lounging on his couch and his wife Suzanne at the piano. The painting has been cut in half vertically at Suzanne's face.

Manet/Degas: A Podcast

Explore the legacy of Manet and Degas’s complicated relationship.
Installation view of the exhibition "Sahel: Art and Empires on the Shores of the Sahara.

Africa in Focus

Exhibitions that highlight The Met's engagement with Africa.

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.

Go behind the scenes with artist Nairy Baghramian, who discusses the inspiration and making of The Met’s 2023 Facade Commission.

realistic painting of a white women with reddish hair sleeping in a curled up position on a large comfortable looking surface that has maroon red and brown clothe on it. The women is wearing a broad orange dress that is fairly transparent so the outline of her body is prominent. Behind her is a wall and behind that wall is a sunlit reflective body of water with a clear sky. A bright red flower creeps above the wall right above her.

The Fascination of Flaming June

Discover the magnetism of this iconic painting that nearly fell into obscurity.

Join curator Susan Alyson Stein in a virtual exploration of the exhibition Van Gogh’s Cypresses.

Painting by Phillip Guston with a hand holding a canvas with a sunset on it against a grey background.

Philip Guston at The Met

Musa Guston Mayer reflects on her father's art and its legacy.
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