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How One Grandma's Modest Closet Found Its Way Into The Met

Sara Berman's belongings became an unlikely meditation on immigration, re-invention and feminine independence.

Met Director Fears Elimination Of NEA Marks 'New Assault' On Art

We can all learn from Thomas P. Campbell's impassioned defense of public art.

Met Museum offers exercise amid world-class art

World-class art, meet sweaty aerobics. New York City's cavernous Metropolitan Museum of Art has been holding lively morning workout sessions this winter amid its prized masterpieces.

Museums Rethink Retail Exhibits

Museums looking to improve their retail sales are revamping their stores to make them more inviting and more reflective of the distinctive institutions behind them.

‘Max Beckmann in New York’ Review: An Artist Finds Himself in the City

Fond of self-portraits, he was a painter who shifted from acclaimed German modernist to an exile and then to a hopeful émigré.

‘Valentin de Boulogne: Beyond Caravaggio’ Review: Intensity and Intricacy

A heightened sense of the individual set his work apart from that of the Italian master, Caravaggio.

The Story Behind Gustav Klimt's Portrait Of An 'Independent' 9-Year-Old Girl

A brief history of one of art history's youngest, quietest stars.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cuts Staff

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is laying off 34 employees, or about 1.5% of its workforce.

An Old Master’s New Paintings

Old master Hercules Segers gets a re-evaluation at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum and at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, including six new paintings attributed to him.

Photography: The Many Shades of Summer and Dreamers in Action

Review of the gallery exhibitions: ‘Summertime Salon,’ ‘A Cool Breeze’ and the Met’s ‘Dream States.’

The Met May Revise Its Ticket Signs Again

The Metropolitan Museum of Art may have to revise its ticket signs yet again.

After Alexander, when art made the world smaller

A major exhibition of Hellenistic art at the Metropolitan Museum is not to be missed.

‘Court and Cosmos: The Great Age of the Seljuqs’ at the Met Review

As the Seljuqs expanded their reach, they brought together myriad cultural traditions in their art.

‘Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology’ Review

Marrying the abilities of the machine with the quality of hand-made garments at the Met.

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