An exhibition of Pueblo pottery seeks to reveal the soul that resides within the art.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art introduces audiences to the life and work of Juan de Pareja, an artist who was an enslaved studio assistant of Diego Velasquez.
How New York City became the center of the US art world.
Berenice Abbott’s capture of New York City in transition is the subject of a current exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
An exhibition at the Met reveals the vibrant colors of classical Greek and Roman sculpture
A curator at the Metropolitan Museum examines the history of the famed nineteenth-century South Carolina ceramics
A new exhibition explores the ways that Tudor England absorbed the artistic styles of the Continent and made them its own
A German duo is the subject of an extensive retrospective at the Met
Eleanor Gustafson wraps up our July/August 2022 issue
New exhibitions at the Met set the stage for an update on Native American representation