The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s chief digital officer Loic Tallon and NEW INC director Julia Kaganskiy continue their discussion on the future of museums' digital presence and influence.
he-met-art: Madonna and Child with Two Angels by Vittore Crivelli, European Paintings Medium: Tempera and gold on wood The Jack and Belle Linsky Collection, 1982 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/436056
met-european-paintings: Crucifix by Master of the Orcagnesque Misericordia, European Paintings Medium: Tempera on wood, gold ground Gift of Samuel H. Kress, 1927 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/437020 1370–75
“President Trump’s decision to withdraw from UNESCO undermines the historic role of the United States as a leader in this effort and weakens our position as a strong advocate for cultural preservation.”
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s president and CEO, Daniel H. Weiss, has issued a statement opposing the U.S. Decision to Pull Out of UNESCO (Alex Greenberg, 'Metropolitan Museum of Art Issues Statement Against U.S. Decision to PullShow More Summary
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s chief digital officer Loic Tallon sits down with NEW INC director Julia Kaganskiy to discuss the recent developments in the digital role of museums.
Marble Head of a Bull (ca 500-460 BCE), (image courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York On Wednesday, through lawyer, William G. Pearlstein, collectors William and Lynda Beierwaltes released a formal statement on the MarbleShow More Summary
Here's a love story that belongs in a museum. Redditor krysxvi took his girlfriend to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. What she didn't know is a special artwork was hanging there, illustrating his proposal that didn't happen until they got to that exhibit. Show More Summary
The Metropolitan Police said “a number of pedestrians” were injured in the South Kensington neighborhood.
For years, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s members’ Dining Room was the hardest thing to find in a vast building full of hallways and quiet chambers. That was both the point... To view the full story, click the title link.
Art Contrarian visited the Thomas Hart Benton exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Two months after authorities seized an ancient head of a bull that was on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, a senior official in the Manhattan District Attorney’s office says, in no uncertain terms, that the marble sculpture should be returned to Lebanon. The claim is the latest chapter in an ongoing dispute […]
“Banataba” Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, New York September 10, 2017 “In Search of Dinozord”(Sur les traces de Dinozord) Skirball Center for the Performing Arts New York University New York, New York September 22, 2013 by GayShow More Summary
Marble Head of a Bull (ca 500-460 BCE), (image courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York July 6, 2017 Manhattan prosecutors initiated custody of a 2,300-year-old marble bull's head, that was on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art over suspicions that the antiquity had been pillaged from Lebanon. Show More Summary
As the Broad marks its two-year anniversary Wednesday, the museum is announcing four new trustees to its board, including former Paramount Studios chief Sherry Lansing and former Metropolitan Museum of Art Director Thomas P. Campbell. The other two trustees come from within the Broad and the Eli...
On the centenary of the death of Auguste Rodin (1840?1917), The Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrates its historic collection of the artist?s work in Rodin at The Met. Nearly 50 marbles, bronzes, plasters, and terracottas by Rodin, representing...Show More Summary
Travel website TripAdvisor® today announced the winners of its Travelers’ Choice® awards for Museums. Award winners were determined using an algorithm that took into account the quantity… Read More ? The post Metropolitan Museum of Art Named #1 Museum for Third Year in a Row appeared first on MuseumNext.
The world's very best museums have been revealed in a definitive new poll. And Manhattan's Metropolitan Museum of Art has scooped the top accolade - for the third consecutive year.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has acquired an exceptional gilded cartonnage coffin from Late Ptolemaic Period Egypt. Cartonnage was made of layers of linen or papyrus plastered together to create a material that when wet could be molded into a desired shape and then dried into a hard shell. The hardened shell was then painted […]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has acquired the gilded lid of a first-century Egyptian coffin [...] Since 1971, the coffin has been owned by a private collector (whose name is not disclosed on the Met’s website or in the release about the work). Show More Summary