Snapshots from the Met

June 7, 2011 § Leave a comment

Aside from the amazing McQueen exhibit (photos, especially haphazard ones taken to best avoid yelling from the guards, don’t do the displays justice) and the somewhat underwhelming Antony Caro exhibit, it was nice to spend time exploring some of the newly-renovated Greek and Roman and Colombian wings. The perfect weather, sunny but not too humid, was a definite plus as well.

Stairs to the Met

Wing to Greek and Roman Antiquities

Columns

Entrance to a packed McQueen exhibition

Plato's Atlantis

Ensemble, the last collection

Ensemble, the last collection

Bird's Nest head dresses: see how they were made here

"Spine" corset

Pieces from "The Girl in the Tree"

Jellyfish dress and Plato's Atlantis

Antony Caro

Mao

Little golden men in Colombian wing

 

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