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Monday, May 28 is the last day to see "William Eggleston: Los Alamos." This exhibition features Eggleston's portfolio, "Los Alamos" which is comprised of seventy-five dye transfer prints from color negatives made between 1965 and 1974. The series has never been shown in its entirety in New York City. https://met.org/2J77Bva
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Calling all Constable fans! You can now see Constable's 'Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows' at Tate Britain following its five-year journey across the UK as part of the Aspire programme. Constable began the painting in 1830, and after being exhibited in 1831 it remained in the artist’s studio – where he continued to retouch it – until his death in 1837. The painting is being shown alongside Turner’s Caligula’s Palace and Bridge 1831, marking the first pairing of these two works since they were exhibited over 180 years ago. https://goo.gl/fqb2FK
“One thing I wanted to do was take pictures that felt like they were not burdened with visual conventions. I wanted to take pictures that felt like seeing.” This is the last weekend to explore our #StephenShore retrospective, covering the six-decade career of one of the most influential photographers of our time—from his early work taking pictures in Andy Warhol’s Factory to road trips across America. We bid farewell to the exhibition on Monday, May 28: mo.ma/stephenshore … [Stephen Shore. “West 3rd Street, Parkersburg, West Virginia, May 16, 1974.” 1974. Chromogenic color print. © 2017 Stephen Shore, courtesy 303 Gallery]
Gugg Staff shot: Tina, Global Communications—"I love that the building is recognizable from almost any angle or detail. This photo was taken on the last day of summer, and the white against the crystalline blue of the sky made me wistful for the passing season.” #FrankLloydWrightFridays
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Happy Fossil Friday! Alioramus altai is a small, meat-eating dinosaur—a horned, long-snouted, sleek cousin of Tyrannosaurus rex—that likely lived alongside larger predatory relatives. When it was discovered in 2001 on a joint expedition to Mongolia’s Gobi Desert by scientists from the Mongolian Academy of Sciences and the American Museum of Natural History, the Alioramus fossil offered evidence that two very different tyrannosaurs lived in Asia side by side: the small Alioramus altai and the megapredatory Tarbosaurus. That’s not unlike how lions and cheetahs live in the same area today but exploit their environment differently. Skeletal reconstruction or skull: Frank Ipolitto
Today, we're celebrating 'The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Monet & Architecture' by sharing some of the paintings that Claude Monet worked on when he travelled across Europe. From London to Venice, scroll through to learn more about some of the works that you can see in our exhibition. Book your tickets to the exhibition here, Members go free: http://bit.ly/2mlfWS5 Read more about Monet’s representations of historical buildings, inner cities, beach resorts, railway stations and busy harbours in our exhibition catalogue here: http://bit.ly/2Db4OvA