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The Met

Junya Watanabe referred to his fall/winter 2000-2001 collection as "techno-couture."
The kamanche is the earliest bowed instrument.… Two beautiful examples @metmuseum #MetMusic
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Drums like this were used by Ompe and Ntan music and dance clubs. #MetMusic
This eagle-headed genie holds the sacred bucket and cone associated to purification rituals.
The Valentin de Boulogne exhibition @metmuseum has to be one of the most important Old Master exhibitions in decades
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Happy birthday to the Cartoonist Thomas Nast, who was born on this day in 1840.
Director & CEO of @metmuseum, Thomas P. Campbell in conversation w/ @DebRobertsABC at Women’s Committee #FallLunch
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50 years on, the Brutalist Breuer Building (currently the @metmuseum Breuer) still endures
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.@ArchDaily invites you the step into The #MetBreuer in our latest @facebook 360° Video.
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Download 464 Free Art Books from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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So great to see these without plexi, even if only for a minute... #precious #pendants DRC @metmuseum
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We are moving things around in the African galleries @metmuseum. Follow the changes in the next couple of days!
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We're excited about #MetJerusalem exhibition! @metmuseum Here's another glimpse of the book
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Happy 225th birthday to Théodore Gericault! Enjoy his "Evening: Landscape with an Aqueduct."
This costume study is a portrait of Nicolas Trigault, a Flemish Jesuit missionary to China.
The splendid "Autumn Landscape" stained glass by Tiffany Studios at @metmuseum.
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The feathers of this dress are stripped down to the tip to create an artificial profile.
Claude Monet's Dutch landscapes were widely admired his contemporaries.
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