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  • Address:

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Ave
    Upper East Side
    New York
    10028

  • Cross Street:

    at 82nd St

  • Venue phone:

    212-535-7710

  • Venue website:

    metmuseum.org

  • Opening hours:

    Mon–Thu, Sun 10am–5:30pm; Fri, Sat 10am–9pm.

  • Transport:

    Subway: 4, 5, 6 to 86th St

  • Price:

    Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, students $12, members and children under 12 free

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    1. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
      • 1000 Fifth Ave
        Upper East Side
        New York
        10028
      • 212-535-7710
      • metmuseum.org
      • 40.779144,-73.96277

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“Charles James: Beyond Fashion”

Things to Do, Museums & Attractions

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The inaugural exhibit at the revamped Anna Wintour Costume Center showcases the work and creative process of the 20th-century couturier. James was born in London, came to New York by way of Paris and—with not a lick of formal training—set up shop on both...

  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sun Aug 10
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  3. Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, stu...
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"Early American Guitars: The Instruments of C.F. Martin”

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With all due respect to Les Paul, few names loom larger in American luthier lore than Christian Frederick Martin. The German immigrant crossed the Atlantic in the 1830s and began fashioning six-strings in the Spanish style (figure-eights with super-pretty...

"Early American Guitars: The Instruments of C.F. Martin”
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sun Dec 7
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  3. Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, stu...
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"Goya and the Altamira Family"

Painting

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Taken from different collections as well as the Met's, this show reunites Goya's four portraits of the Altamira family, commissioned by the Count of Altamira in 1786 and completed two years later. The works include a likeness of the count himself, the...

"Goya and the Altamira Family"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sun Aug 3
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  3. Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, stu...
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"Charles James: Beyond Fashion"

Design, Fashion, Textiles

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art may be known for its paintings and ancient treasures, but fashion is increasingly what brings crowds to the institution. Nearly 700,000 people came to the stunning “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty” retrospective in 2011,...

"Charles James: Beyond Fashion"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sun Aug 10
  2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  3. Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, stu...
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Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing #370

Painting, Installation

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In this particular mural, Lewitt (1928–2007) creates an Op-py Pop-y meditation in black-and-white on the basic geometric triad of square, circle and triangle. As always, the piece was executed on-site by a crew following a set of the artist's instruc...

Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing #370
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Mon Sep 29
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  3. Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, stu...
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The New American Wing

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The Met's expansive galleries trace the evolution of American painting, sculpture and decorative arts from colonial days to the early 20th century. Gems include Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze’s iconic 1851 painting Washington Crossing the Delaware, which depicts...

The New American Wing
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Wed Dec 31
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"Now You See It: Photography and Concealment"

Photography

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The Met digs into its collection for this show of vintage and contemporary photos and video with the aim of exploring how the camera can hide as well as reveal subject matter. The roster of contributors includes Vera Lutter, Taryn Simon, Diane Arbus and...

"Now You See It: Photography and Concealment"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Mon Sep 1
  2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  3. Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, stu...
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"The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy: British Art and Design"

Painting

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An examination of this fascinating moment in 19th-century British art, when a group of young painters, reacting to the onslaught of the Industrial Revolution, turned to medieval and early Renaissance art as the spur for their own work, taking solace in...

"The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy: British Art and Design"

"The Roof Garden Commission: Dan Graham with Günther Vogt"

Sculpture, Installation

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Graham, a pioneer of video and conceptual art, has spent the past 25 years or so creating elegant pavilions of glass and steel (and sometimes mirrors) in rural and urban outdoor settings. Similar to the architectural follies that grace formal gardens—albeit...

"The Roof Garden Commission: Dan Graham with Günther Vogt"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Mon Nov 3
  2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  3. Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, stu...
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Amie Siegel, Provenance

Installation

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In the early 1950s, a newly independent India commissioned Le Corbusier to design a city, Chandigarh, as a regional administrative center in the northern part of the country. The institutional buildings he created with other modernist architects were...

Amie Siegel, Provenance
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Wed Dec 31
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