What's Your Met? Celebrity Tour

We asked eleven celebrities to choose their favorite works of art from our collection and tell us what the Met means to them. It would be impossible to see all the celebrities' selections in a single tour, but below you'll find some of their selections and an interactive map that shows you where to find the objects in our galleries.

What's your Met? We're inviting you to share your favorite works of art using the MyMet feature on this website or on any form of social media. Tell us which works from our collections inspire you and what the Met means to you, then see the works other visitors have chosen. Find out how to participate.

Tour stops (15)

  1. 1

    Marble Statue of Eirene (the personification of peace)

    Roman copy of Greek original by Kephisodotos

    Date: ca. A.D. 14–68
    Accession Number: 06.311

    Selected by Claire Danes

  2. 2

    Marble statue of Aphrodite


    Date: 1st or 2nd century A.D.
    Accession Number: 52.11.5

    Selected by Jeff Koons

  3. 3

    Skull Hook (Agiba)

    Kerewa People, Papua New Guinea

    Date: 19th–early 20th century
    Accession Number: 1978.412.796

    Selected by Hugh Jackman

  4. 4

    Funerary Mask

    Sicán (Lambayeque) Culture, Peru

    Date: 10th–11th century
    Accession Number: 1974.271.35

    Selected by Alex Rodriguez

  5. 5

    Seated Ballplayer

    Ameca-Etzatlán Culture, Mexico

    Date: 1st century BCE–3rd century CE
    Accession Number: 2005.91.1

    Selected by Carmelo and La La Anthony

  6. 6

    "Smiling" Figure

    Remojadas Culture, Veracruz, Mexico

    Date: 7th–8th century
    Accession Number: 1979.206.1211

    Selected by Seth Meyers

  7. 7

    Bacchanal: A Faun Teased by Children

    Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Italian, Naples 1598–1680 Rome)

    Date: ca. 1616–17
    Accession Number: 1976.92

    Selected by Marc Jacobs

  8. 8

    Jeanne Hébuterne

    Amedeo Modigliani (Italian, Livorno 1884–1920 Paris)

    Date: 1919
    Accession Number: 56.184.2
    Selected by Marc Jacobs

  9. 9

    The Dreamer

    Pablo Picasso (Spanish, Malaga 1881–1973 Mougins, France)

    Date: 1932
    Accession Number: 1997.149.4

    Selected by Kristen Wiig

  10. 10


    Sol Lewitt (American, Hartford, Connecticut 1928–2007 New York City)

    Date: 1981
    Accession Number: 1982.226

    Selected by Zaha Hadid

  11. 11


    Andy Warhol  (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1928–1987 New York City)

    Date: 1986
    Accession Number: 1987.88

    Selected by Kristen Wiig

  12. 12

    The Green Blouse

    Pierre Bonnard (French, Fontenay-aux-Roses 1867–1947 Le Cannet)

    Date: 1919
    Accession Number: 63.64
    Selected by Claire Danes

  13. 13

    Madamoiselle V . . . in the Costume of an Espada

    Édouard Manet  (French, Paris 1832–1883 Paris)

    Date: 1862
    Accession Number: 29.100.53

    Selected by Alex Rodriguez


  14. 14


    Jean-Léon Gérôme (French, Vésoul 1824–1904 Paris)

    Date: 1868-69
    Accession Number: 2008.547.1

    Selected by Alicia Keys

  15. 15

    Tughra (Official Signature) of Sultan Süleiman the Magnificent (r. 1520–66)

    Date: ca. 1555–60
    Accession Number: 38.149.1

    Selected by Zaha Hadid

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