| Inspired by the beauty of Japan, artist Julie Burton creates one-of-a-kind floral sculptures using glass, metal and wood.
| Featuring a blockbuster 800 products in total, the shop showcases pieces sourced from around the world, tying them back to a range of artistic techniques showcased within the Museum’s collection that spans 5,000 years of culture
| Uniquely able to visualize the formal and spatial goals of modern architecture, many buildings are now recognized and remembered through Stoller’s iconic imagery
| Unfinished works require careful thought and examination by the viewer, who is inevitably drawn into a dialogue with the artist who created it
| Where detachment, photography, and drawing all take aim at the same notion.
| A collection of nearly 300 of Phaidon’s signature titles paired with The Met's own award-winning books and an exclusive edit of our new logo products
| Notable works by women artists comprise a key part of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s holdings. This roundup features both celebrated and anonymous women in Met exhibitions over the past year
| Celebrating the wealth of art on view in The Met's galleries while honoring the lively activity behind the scenes
| Learn about our new graphic identity, which showcases our colloquial name “The Met,” or “The Met Store,” inspired by those who love, visit, and support the Museum
| Baez led an interactive arts demonstration to create a one-of-a-kind live installation for the Paper Project in partnership with our visitors
| On the 180th anniversary of the acclaimed American artist’s birth, we celebrate his beloved maritime works in The Met’s collection
| Described as “the friendliest thing in the world” by the man who named him, The Met’s famous Egyptian faience sculpture, William the Hippo, is not-so-secretly a symbol of chaos, whose existence is inextricably tied to literal matters of life and death.