The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from every corner of the world.
Now on view at The #MetBreuer ! 🎨 ✍️ See 50 incredible drawings and watercolors spanning a century, from this 1818 drawing to a 2019 wax-crayon work—all donated by Michael and Juliet Rubenstein in honor of #Met150 . Learn more: #RubensteinCollection
How's it hangin' up there? ?️ This tricky #TBT can be traced back to November of 1928 as installers hung paintings in the European galleries. We pinky promise that this precarious practice is a thing of the past! #Met150
#TBT to the tech of yesteryear 💾📼📟 The Met's #WatsonLibrary has always been forward-thinking in adopting new technologies—like this 1983 Zentec computer and Innovac, our early electronic library system. 📚 Read more library history:
“Ask and listen” Lowery Stokes Sim—curator, art historian, and former Met staff—shares how she set out to bring new voices, new dialogues, and new artists to The Met’s collection of contemporary art. #BlackHistoryMonth #Met150 #MetStories
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