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The Artist Project is a 2015 online series in which we give artists an opportunity to respond to our encyclopedic collection.
Beginning March 2015, for one year, we will invite 100 artists—local, national, and global—to choose individual works of art and galleries that spark their imaginations. In this online series, artists reflect on what art is, what inspires them across 5,000 years of art, and in so doing, they reveal the power of a museum and The Met. Their unique and passionate ways of seeing and experiencing art encourage all museum visitors to look in a personal way.
Over the course of five seasons, The Artist Project will share the perspectives of one hundred artists with the public, telling us what they see when they look at The Met. Sign up for email announcements so you never miss an episode.
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The Artist Project is supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
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MetCollects—Episode 12: Luke Syson on Pedro de Mena's Polychrome Sculptures
Sunday at the Met—Cubism across Cultures and Continents: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection and Masterpieces of the Met
Sunday at the Met—Viewpoints: Body Language
Friday Focus—God Is Beautiful and Loves Beauty: Fostering Literacy about Islam and Muslim Cultures through the Arts
Friday Focus—Warriors and Mothers: Fresh Perspectives on Art from Eastern Nigeria
Sunday at the Met—Thomas Hart Benton's America Today Mural Rediscovered
Featuring: The Civilians, John Zorn, La Celestina, Charles Lloyd, Oscar nominee Jóhann Jóhannsson, Donatella Versace, and more.
View the spring 2015 brochure.
This interactive features objects that could be considered both austere and ornate. Tell us what you think!
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