More Than 1,000 Artifacts in the Met’s Collection Are Linked to Art Trafficking, a New Report Finds
Of the 1,109 relics in question, 309 are currently on display.
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Fifth Ave vs. Madison Ave: Which of These Two Famous Streets Runs the Block in New York City?
While Fifth became renowned for shopping, Madison was known for advertising—but the tides are changing.
These 3 Painters Were Once Labeled Russians. Now the Met Has Reclassified Them as Ukrainians.
The artists—Ivan Aivazovsky, Arkhyp Kuindzhi and Ilya Repin—were all active during the 19th century.
This Rubens Painting From 1609 Could Fetch $25 Million at Auction
The work will be offered in January at Sotheby’s.
From $125 Million for The Met to $3.5 Billion for Climate Change: The Best in Philanthropy
We honor today’s esteemed philanthropists who are aiding climate change, overlooked communities, hunger and more.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Is Bringing Collectible Indian and Arab Designs to Its Gift Shop
The shop, curated by Madeline Weinrib, includes jewels by Silvia Furmanovich, Munnu Gem Palace and antiques from Mahnaz Collection.
Mexico City-Based Architect Frida Escobedo Will Design the New $500 Million Wing at the Met
The architect will become the first woman to design a wing of the Met.
This Picasso Sculpture Being Deaccessioned by the Met Could Fetch $30 Million at Auction
The museum is making the handoff because it owns another version of the work that was donated by Leonard Lauder.
The Met Is Reducing Visitor Capacity in Response to NYC’s Covid-19 Spike
On Tuesday, the museum announced it would reduce visitor capacity effective immediately.