| The Met Store presents a sneak peek into the world of “Manus x Machina” and a collection of accessories, jewelry, books, stationery, and more in celebration of The Costume Institute’s latest exhibition. Available online now.
| The Met’s spring exhibition, “Court and Cosmos: The Great Age of the Seljuqs,” runs from April 27 to July 24, and it explores the artistically and culturally verdant period when a Turkish dynasty ruled in West Asia. An exclusive, limited run of rugs embodies the cross cultural exchange that the empire fostered from 1038 to 1307.
| Featured in our Rock Paper Silk store as an exemplary nod to the possibility of raw material, this unique jewelry pairs wood and jewel-toned resin
| Made in Bellport New York, these unique wooden toys pay homage to the joy of things making by hand
| Showcasing a fragment of her installation, Parker’s exclusive scarf and pocket square designs “sum up the whole essence of ‘Transitional Object’”
| Greek designer Fotini Liami began creating jewelry inspired by the beauty of her homeland in 1987 with a constant dedication to exploring fine materials and historical techniques
| Thank Mom for all she is and does with a curated selection of gifts and experiences here at The Met
| If he had only painted the most famous portrait in Western art, Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday would be worth celebrating. But Leonardo was also a sculptor, architect, engineer, scientist, and all-around genius, and posthumously he has also entered the rarefied space of “inspirational quote maker.”
| 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