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Madame Cézanne in a Red Armchair (detail)
Madame Cézanne
Through March 15, 2015
Robe (detail)
The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky

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Pugahm Myo: Gauda-palen Pagoda
Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852–1860
Through May 25, 2015
Seated figure
Warriors and Mothers:
Epic Mbembe Art
Through September 7, 2015
Thomas Hart Benton. City Activities with Dance Hall from America Today (detail)
Thomas Hart Benton's America Today Mural Rediscovered
Through April 19, 2015

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Event Highlights: March 2–5

Posted on Monday, March 2, 2015

The Museum offers hundreds of events and programs each month—including lectures, performances, tours, family activities, and more. The following listings are just a sample of our upcoming programs.

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Bloomberg Hosts Instameet at the Met

Posted on Friday, February 27, 2015, by Christopher Gorman

Assistant Administrator Christopher Gorman describes an Instagramming event at the Met hosted by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

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We Are All Human

Posted on Friday, February 27, 2015, by Angela R.

High School Intern Angela R. comments on the Met's ability to bring people together and ponders the legacy of her photography work.