The full illustration of the Mona Lisa parody by Ito, posted by the Junji Ito Hong Kong club.
Details of beautiful, intricate filaments from our historic lightbulb collection, on view in “Beautiful Science: Ideas that Changed the World,” Library Exhibition Hall.
Hi everyone – for my final project for my Islamic Art class this semester, I curated a virtual exhibit, Careful Cursive: Islamic Calligraphy and the Italian Renaissance. I did a lot of work for it (including virtual object wrangling) and am very proud of it, so I would love if you could take a look, or share and leave a comment!
W-3 Dimension | Felipe Pantone
“W3-Dimensional” takes inspiration from Teilhard de Chardin's 1950's theories, which postulated the existence of "an enveloping sphere of thought, a living tissue of consciousness, enclosing the earth and growing ever more dense."
Exhibit: Making The Met, 1870–2020
Celebrating 150 years of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ehibition's dates have been postponed due to the Museum's temporary closure.
Young 19th- and 21st-century viewers gaze at Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1851, by Emanuel Leutze. Left: Archival photo from The Met archives. Right: Photo by Roderick Aichinger. Composite image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art