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The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute spring 2016 exhibition will be Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, on view from May 5 through August 14 (preceded on May 2 by The Costume Institute Benefit).
Three exhibitions presented at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in summer 2015—China: Through the Looking Glass, The Roof Garden Commission: Pierre Huyghe, and Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends—generated an estimated $946 million in spending in New York, according to a visitor survey released by the Museum today.
Soon a new issue of The Tretyakov Gallery Magazine #1 2016 (50) will be published.
The first ever joint acquisition of two exceptional masterpieces by Rembrandt van Rijn by the French and Dutch States, facilitated through Christie’s Private Sale channel has been concluded yesterday.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art will hold its annual Lunar New Year festival on Saturday, February 6, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lunar New Year Festival: Year of the Monkey will feature dozens of engaging programs for visitors of all ages that reflect traditions from across Asia.
International Centre of the Roerichs, “GRANY” Foundation present the exhibition of Irina Machitski’s paintings THE OPENING OF THE GATES OF HEAVEN.
Every month, MetCollects introduces one work of art recently acquired by the Met. We invite you to have a first look with us.
The Power of Prints commemorates the centennial of the department by celebrating the astounding legacy of Ivins, and his protégé A. Hyatt Mayor (1901-1980).
Vigée Le Brun: Woman Artist in Revolutionary France is the first retrospective and only the second exhibition devoted to this artist in modern times.
We've had the pleasure, in 2015, to bring Russia to you in 29 countries and 17 languages.
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A New Look at a Van Eyck Masterpiece, a focus exhibition opening at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on January 25, 2016, will present the findings of a recent study of Jan van Eyck’s Crucifixion and Last Judgment paintings (ca. 1440–41).
The only complete set of these luxury cards—The Cloisters Playing Cards, from the southern Netherlands—and representative examples from the other two decks will be featured in the exhibition The World in Play: Luxury Cards, 1430–1540, opening January 20 at The Cloisters.
Exhibitions on View include Masterworks from Ancient Egypt and Kongo, Architectural Models from the Ancient Americas, and a Focus on Style Icon Jacqueline de Ribes.
Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible examines a subject that is critical to artistic practice: the question of when a work of art is finished.
Paul Klee was born on December 18, 1879. Read the papers about this artist in our magazine.
Season's Greetings from The Metropolitan Museum of Art to The Tretyakov Gallery Magazine
Wassiliy Kandinsky was born on December 16, 1866. Read the paper about this artist in our magazine.
Approximately 15 drawings by the 18th-century German artist Matthias Buchinger (1674–1739), who was born without hands or feet, will be presented in Wordplay: Matthias Buchinger’s Drawings from the Collection of Ricky Jay, opening at the Metropolitan Museum on January 8, 2016.