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Jeff Rosenheim, Curator in Charge of Photographs at The Met, and Maria..

Jeff Rosenheim, Curator in Charge of Photographs at The Met, and Maria Morris Hambourg, Independent Curator and Former Curator in Charge of Photographs at The Met, were filmed at The Irving Penn Foundation making their selections for the “Irving Penn: Centennial” exhibition, on view at T...

The NYPL The New York Public Library was established on this day in 1911...

The NYPL The New York Public Library was established on this day in 1911. In this unpublished series for Vogue, photographer Walker Evans captured the library’s Reading Room, Stacks, and visitors.

Walker Evans (American, St. Louis, Missouri 1903–1975 New Haven, Connecticut) |...

An exhibition of 600 works of art and writing by New York City teens who..

Visit the Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education at The Met Fifth Avenue to see an exhibition featuring more than 600 works of art and writing by New York City teens who received the highest regional recognition in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards—the Gold Key Award.

Happy Birthday to Mary Cassatt! Cassatt painted this self-portrait, one..

Happy Birthday to Mary Cassatt! Cassatt painted this self-portrait, one of only two known, a year after Edgar Degas invited her to exhibit with the Impressionists. Being the only American officially associated with this group, Cassatt was strongly influenced, which could be seen in the unu...

"The Mysterious Landscapes of Hercules Segers" is the first exhibition..

"I found myself wondering whether this extraordinary etcher and painter—the creator of mesmerizing prints of spectral trees dripping with moss, ships foundering in rough seas, and a pile of old books with the emotional heft of a pile of skulls… actually existed." - The New York...
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American Museum of Natural History Photo 2017-05-23 21:49

It's time for #TrilobiteTuesday! For centuries “swallow stones” have been embraced in Chinese culture as mysterious good luck omens. These fossils—actually the disarticulated pygidia of the Cambrian trilobite Neodrepanura premesnili, which do somewhat resemble the shape of a flying swallow—were found by the thousands, yet until 2005 no complete example of the species had been found. Since then, two specimens—including this one—have been uncovered.

Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave, British Museum is a fascinating look at a mysterious artist - review

★★★★ ‘a fascinating look at a mysterious artist’ – The Telegraph ★★★★ ‘sublimely beautiful’ – The Times and The Sunday Times ★★★★ ‘a journey through countless mythological worlds, lush unfolding landscapes, ghost stories and scenes of everyday life’ – Time Out London #Hokusai opens on Thursday – follow the last 30 years of the great artist’s career and see masterpieces on display in the UK for the first time. Discover his influences and learn more about his enigmatic life. You can book tickets here: http://ow.ly/PSAZ30bYC4p