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Image for Impressions of *Ink Art*
Teen Advisory Group Member Jill shares her impressions of the exhibition Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China.
Image for *Reimagining Modernism*—Expanding the Dialogue of Modern Art
Associate Curator Randall Griffey outlines Reimagining Modernism, a comprehensive reinstallation of galleries showcasing modern art from 1900 to 1950.
Image for The Jabach Portrait: Back on Its Feet
Michael Gallagher discusses the recent reattachment of the Jabach portrait to its stretcher in preparation for the final phases of conservation.
Image for Only a Paper Moon? Curator Mia Fineman on Fact, Fantasy, and Photography in *Apollo’s Muse*
A conversation with curator Mia Fineman about the exhibition catalogue for Apollo's Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography.
Image for Art and The Expression of Freedom
Discover powerful artwork by Faith Ringgold and Wendy Red Star that reflects on freedom, justice, and identity.
Image for The Brilliant Power of Rings
Former High School Intern Ardel'Paschal discusses the powerful allure of a selection of rings in The Met collection.
Image for Three Jewels from South Asia
Intern Harita Koya explores three examples of North Indian jewelry in the collection of the Department of Islamic Art.
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Mary Ann Bonet, program coordinator for teen and family programs, sits down with illustrators Jerry Ma and Keith Chow to learn more about their comic books and invites kids to join the celebration at Lunar New Year Festival: Year of the Rooster on Sunday, February 5.
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Collections Management Assistant Alexa Schwartz details prints from an early seventeenth-century guidebook to the Monte della Vernia in the Tuscan Apennines.
Image for The Painterly Print: Monotypes from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century
Monotype is a print medium whose simple concept, spontaneous process, and elegant result attract both artists and collectors. The earliest monotypes date from the 1640s, when Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione printed compositions he drew into ink spread on un-incised metal plates. Since then, artists have periodically rediscovered the technique for themselves. Degas's prolific experiments with monotype at the end of the nineteenth century led to some of the most beautiful examples ever. Indeed, their exhibition in 1968 at the Fogg Art Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was a major factor in the recent surge of interest in the medium by artists and art historians. This book presents the first historical survey of monotypes. Curators from the departments of prints, drawings, and photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, discuss and illustrate 106 unique prints by forty-two artists ranging from Rembrandt and Castiglione, Matisse and Picasso, Prendergast and Chase, to such diverse contemporary figures as Jim Dine, Sam Francis, Robert Motherwell, and Richard Diebenkorn. An essay by art historian Eugenia Parry Janis explains how the mid-nineteenth-century etching revival fostered a dramatic use of creatively inked etching plates and thus a renewed interest in monotypes. Finally, artist Michael Mazur describes the methods of monotyping as well as the exhilarations and frustrations it can produce for the printmaker. Working with special paper, inks and paints, multiple plates, and images altered in sequence, artists have expanded a personal and experimental medium into a brilliant means of exploring their ideas.
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Oriental Pearl

Wolfgang Tillmans (German, born Remscheid, 1968)

Date:2009
Medium:Inkjet print
Accession Number:2010.553
Location:Not on view
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Artwork

Anonymous, San Francisco

Katy Grannan (American, born 1969)

Date:2008
Medium:Inkjet print
Accession Number:2011.69
Location:Not on view
Image for Chapter XI from "A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I-XVIII"
Date:2008–11
Medium:Inkjet prints
Accession Number:2014.133a–c
Location:On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 851
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Déaxitchish / Pretty Eagle from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation

Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke/Crow, born Billings, Montana, 1981)

Date:2014
Medium:Inkjet print of artist-manipulated digitally reproduced photograph
Accession Number:2019.337
Location:Not on view
Image for Peelatchiwaaxpáash / Medicine Crow (Raven) from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation
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Peelatchiwaaxpáash / Medicine Crow (Raven) from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation

Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke/Crow, born Billings, Montana, 1981)

Date:2014
Medium:Inkjet print of artist-manipulated digitally reproduced photograph
Accession Number:2019.336
Location:Not on view
Image for Alaxchiiaahush/Many War Achievements/Plenty Coups from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation
Artwork

Alaxchiiaahush/Many War Achievements/Plenty Coups from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation

Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke/Crow, born Billings, Montana, 1981)

Date:2014
Medium:Inkjet print of artist-manipulated digitally reproduced photograph
Accession Number:2019.332
Location:Not on view
Image for Peelatchixaaliash/Old Crow (Raven) from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation
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Peelatchixaaliash/Old Crow (Raven) from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation

Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke/Crow, born Billings, Montana, 1981)

Date:2014
Medium:Inkjet print of artist-manipulated digitally reproduced photograph
Accession Number:2019.329
Location:Not on view
Image for Peelatchiwaaxpáash / Medicine Crow (Raven) from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation
Artwork

Peelatchiwaaxpáash / Medicine Crow (Raven) from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation

Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke/Crow, born Billings, Montana, 1981)

Date:2014
Medium:Inkjet print of artist-manipulated digitally reproduced photograph
Accession Number:2019.334
Location:Not on view
Image for Bia Eélisaash/Large Stomach Woman (Pregnant Woman)/Two Belly from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation
Artwork

Bia Eélisaash/Large Stomach Woman (Pregnant Woman)/Two Belly from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation

Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke/Crow, born Billings, Montana, 1981)

Date:2014
Medium:Inkjet print of artist-manipulated digitally reproduced photograph
Accession Number:2019.330
Location:Not on view
Image for Bia Eélisaash/Large Stomach Woman (Pregnant Woman)/Two Belly from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation
Artwork

Bia Eélisaash/Large Stomach Woman (Pregnant Woman)/Two Belly from 1880 Crow Peace Delegation

Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke/Crow, born Billings, Montana, 1981)

Date:2014
Medium:Inkjet print of artist-manipulated digitally reproduced photograph
Accession Number:2019.331
Location:Not on view