Design

  • Art

  • All Will Be Revealed in a Tour of Gay Art at the Met
    April 21–22
    What was once called “the love that dare not speak its name” is being given a red carpet treatment by the Metropolitan Museum with a showing that both celebrates gay art and reminds viewers that what’s exclusive today was not so long ago simply forbidden. more >
  • Kerry James Marshall: One Artist’s View of Black History
    March 12–July 3
    In the 600-year history of the African American experience, there are tragically few known and collected artists and even fewer representations of black people when it comes to major museum collections. more >
  • Fashion

  • A Stitch in Time: The Met Looks Back at Designer Rei Kawakubo
    Rei Kawakubo is a world renowned designer, known for adding edgy twists to conventional styles. more >
  • Hippie Haute Couture Celebrated at NYC Gallery Showing
    The Museum of Arts and Design exhibit is called “Counter-Couture: Fashioning Identity in the American Counterculture.” But you’d be just fine thinking about it as Little House on the Prairie — if the house was part of a hippie commune. more >
  • Unpacking Fashion at the Met
    Past exhibitions at the met costume Institute have focused on geographic regions, cultural movements and important designers, but this season’s exhibition will be more of a “best of” — looking at some of the most exciting pieces acquired over the last ten years, representing fashions from the 18th century through current trends. more >

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