The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Visitors to Versailles 1682-1789, Journeys France – New York

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The exhibition, Visitors to Versailles 1682–1789, moves to The Met Fifth Avenue New York, a journey creator Louis XIV wouldn’t have contemplated in his lifetime

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Streams and Mountains Without End – David Rankin Reflection

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Streams and Mountains Without End at The Met New York is about a two-thousand-year longing for peace to be found in a place of retreat deep in the natural world

Court and Cosmos: Great Age of the Seljuqs at The Met, NY

Court and Cosmos: Great Age of the Seljuqs at The Met, NY

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At The Met, NY a landmark international loan exhibition until July 24 features spectacular works of art showcasing Court and Cosmos the Great Age of the Seljuqs

Luca and Andrea Della Robbia – Fashioning the Family Fortune

Luca and Andrea Della Robbia – Fashioning the Family Fortune

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Andrea della Robbia came from an influential Florentine family studio whose works were fashioned in enamelled terracotta invented by his Uncle Luca della Robbia

The First Monday in May – A High Fashion & Celebrity Film

The First Monday in May – A High Fashion & Celebrity Film

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Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour and her colleagues pose a question in the high fashion documentary, The First Monday in May, should fashion be viewed as art?

The Met Breuer, Dedicated to Modern & Contemporary Art Opens

The Met Breuer, Dedicated to Modern & Contemporary Art Opens

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3 days of special events at all 3 of The Met, New York locations will celebrate the opening of Marcel Breuer’s iconic building on Madison Avenue, The Met Breur