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Fernand Léger (French, 1881–1955), Composition (The Typographer), 1918–19
Death Becomes Her | A Century of Mourning Attire | October 21, 2014–February 1, 2015
The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy (May 20-October 26, 2014)
Assyria to Iberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age | September 22, 2014-January 4, 2015
Thomas Hart Benton's America Today Mural Rediscovered | September 30, 2014–April 19, 2015

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Grand Design Exhibition Blog

Capturing Grand Design: Bruce White on Photographing Tapestries

Posted on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, by Sarah Mallory

Sarah Mallory speaks with photographer Bruce White about the process of capturing the tapestries on view in Grand Design.

Met Museum Presents Blog

Did You Know? The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium Edition

Posted on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, by Meryl Cates

Met Museum Presents Press Officer Meryl Cates delves deep into the history of the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium to discover little-known facts about the Museum's primary concert and lecture space.

Assyria to Iberia Exhibition Blog

Neo-Assyrian Rock Reliefs: Ideology and Landscapes of an Empire

Posted on Monday, October 20, 2014, by Helen Malko

Helen Malko takes a close look at imagery and symbolism in ancient rock carvings set into the landscape of what is now northern Iraq.