Rachel High– Recently published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and distributed by Yale University Press, My Soul Has Grown Deep: Black Art from the American South accompanies the exhibition History Refused to Die: Highlights from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, on view at The Met Fifth Avenue through September
From our colleagues at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, here’s a great interview between Rachel High, Publishing and Marketing Assistant in the Met’s editorial department, and Sabine Rewald, curator of the exhibition Max Beckmann in New York, which you can still see until February 20th, 2017. New York energized the German
Rachel High– Diane Arbus (1923–1971) is one of the most distinctive and provocative artists of the 20th century. Her photographs of children and eccentrics, couples and circus performers, female impersonators and nudists, are among the most recognizable images of our time. diane arbus: in the beginning is the definitive study
Above featured image credits: Left: Iris van Herpen (Dutch, born 1984). Ensemble, spring/summer 2010 haute couture. 3D-printed (SLS) white polyamide, machine-sewn white goat leather, and hand-cut acrylic fringe. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Friends of The Costume Institute Gifts, 2015 (2016.16a, b). Photo © Nicholas Alan Cope.
With thanks to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, here’s an interview between Rachel High, Publishing and Marketing Assistant in the Editorial Department at the Museum, and Adela Oppenheim, Curator in the department of Egyptian Art at the Museum and co-author with Dorothea Arnold, Dieter Arnold, and Kei Yamamoto of the stunning
Rachel High– A new publication in the highly popular How to Read series, How to Read Chinese Ceramics, by Denise Patry Leidy, Brooke Russell Astor Curator of Chinese Art and an expert in the field, is perfect for students who want to learn more about this fascinating, centuries-old tradition and is
We’re delighted to share a post from the blog over at The Metropolitan Museum of Art – Rachel High, in the editorial department there, has interviewed Navina Najat Haidar, co-editor of their new book (and co-curator of the exhibition) Sultans of Deccan India, 1500 – 1700: Opulence and Fantasy (distributed
The third Sunday in June has, for the last century or so, been devoted to the appreciation of dads. This year, Father’s Day falls on June 21st–the day after tomorrow. Here is a slideshow of depictions of fathers and fatherhood in art, encompassing a range of paternal responses to children: our