Making the Met, 1870-2020

Making the Met, 1870-2020

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrates 150 years by presenting its evolution into one of the world's greatest museums and its vision for the future

Published to celebrate the Museum's 150th anniversary, Making The Met examines the institution's evolution from an idea--that art can elevate anyone who has access to it--to one of the most beloved encyclopedic collections in the world. Focusing on key transformational moments, this richly illustrated book provides insight into events that led The Met in new directions, broadened its audience, and expanded its collection. Eleven chapters illuminate topics such as the impact of momentous acquisitions, the global cooperation that resulted from international excavations, the Museum's association with the "Monuments Men" and its role in preserving cultural heritage during and after the Second World War, and The Met's interaction with modern and contemporary art and artists. Illustrations include rarely seen archival and behind-the-scenes images, in addition to more than 200 key works that changed the way we look at art. The final chapter considers contemporary philosophies for collecting art from around the globe, strategies for reaching new and diverse audiences, and the role of museums today.

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007 - Director’s Foreword
009 - Sponsors’ Statements

011 - Preface / Andrea Bayer

018 - An Edifice for Art / Morrison H. Heckscher

034 - The Founding Decades / Katharine Baetjer and Joan R. Mertens

050 - Art for All / Amelia Peck and Freyda Spira

072 - Princely Aspirations / Andrea Bayer, Barbara Drake Boehm, and Daniëlle O. Kisluk-Grosheide

094 - Collecting through Excavation / Catharine H. Roehrig

110 - Creating a National Narrative / Amelia Peck and Thayer Tolles

130 - Visions of Collecting / Laura D. Corey and Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen

152 - Reckoning with Modernism / Douglas Eklund, Marilyn F. Friedman, and Randall R. Griffey

174 - Fragmented Histories / Christine E. Brennan and Yelena Rakic

192 - The Centennial Era

The Evolution of the Encyclopedic Museum / Laura D. Corey

A Rededication to Asian Art / Maxwell K. Hearn

Transforming Islamic Art / Navina Najat Haidar

Recovering the Missing Chapters / Joanne Pillsbury

A Seat at the Table / Kelly Baum

Engaging with Artists / Maricelle Robles

230 - Broadening Perspectives / Max Hollein

245 - Works in the Exhibition
258 - Notes
273 - Further Reading
275 - Acknowledgments
278 - Contributors to the Catalogue
279 - Index
287 - Photography Credits


ISBN: 9781588397096
Publish: 2020-04
Author: Bayer, Andrea, with Laura D. Corey, eds.
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
Language: English
Cover: Hardcover
Page: 288
Size: cm
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