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"Provocations: Anselm Kiefer at The Met Breuer" is now on view at The Met Breuer, New York through April 8, 2018. Go check it out! "Provocations: Anselm Kiefer" will feature 34 works on paper and one painting by the German artist, all drawn from The Met collection. The exhibition will span the artist's nearly 50-year career.
#AnselmKiefer #Provocations #MetBreuer #Gagosian @metbreuer @metmuseum
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Image: Anselm Kiefer, "German Lineages of Salvation," 1975, watercolor, gouache, and ballpoint pen on paper, 9 1/2 × 13 3/8 inches (24.1 × 34 cm) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denise and Andrew Saul Fund, 1995. © Anselm Kiefer.
"Provocations: Anselm Kiefer at The Met Breuer" is now on view at The Met Breuer, New York through April 8, 2018. Go check it out! "Provocations: Anselm Kiefer" will feature 34 works on paper and one painting by the German artist, all drawn from The Met collection. The exhibition will span the artist's nearly 50-year career. #AnselmKiefer  #Provocations  #MetBreuer  #Gagosian  @metbreuer @metmuseum _______________________ Image: Anselm Kiefer, "German Lineages of Salvation," 1975, watercolor, gouache, and ballpoint pen on paper, 9 1/2 × 13 3/8 inches (24.1 × 34 cm) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denise and Andrew Saul Fund, 1995. © Anselm Kiefer.
Raghubir Singh’s use of color was fundamental to his understanding of himself as an Indian photographer. “The fundamental condition of the West is one of guilt, linked to death— from which black is inseparable,” wrote Raghubir Singh in 1998. “The fundamental condition of India, however, is the cycle of rebirth, in which colour is not just an essential element but also a deep inner source, reaching into the subcontinent’s long and rich past.” “Modernism on the Ganges: Raghubir Singh Photographs” continues at The Met Breuer through January 2. Raghubir Singh, Catching the Breeze, Hathod Village, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 1975. Photograph copyright © 2017 Succession Raghubir Singh #TheMet #RaghubirSingh @metbreuer #MetBreuer
Raghubir Singh’s use of color was fundamental to his understanding of himself as an Indian photographer. “The fundamental condition of the West is one of guilt, linked to death— from which black is inseparable,” wrote Raghubir Singh in 1998. “The fundamental condition of India, however, is the cycle of rebirth, in which colour is not just an essential element but also a deep inner source, reaching into the subcontinent’s long and rich past.” “Modernism on the Ganges: Raghubir Singh Photographs” continues at The Met Breuer through January 2. Raghubir Singh, Catching the Breeze, Hathod Village, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 1975. Photograph copyright © 2017 Succession Raghubir Singh #TheMet  #RaghubirSingh  @metbreuer #MetBreuer 
Happy Birthday to Edvard Munch! 🎂 The Norwegian artist was born on this day in 1863. What better way to celebrate Munch’s career and legacy than visiting “Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed” on our third floor? Be sure to use #MetMunch to share with us some of your favorite Munch inspired photos! #EdvardMunch #HappyBirthday #MetBreuer
Happy Birthday to Edvard Munch! 🎂 The Norwegian artist was born on this day in 1863. What better way to celebrate Munch’s career and legacy than visiting “Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed” on our third floor? Be sure to use #MetMunch  to share with us some of your favorite Munch inspired photos! #EdvardMunch  #HappyBirthday  #MetBreuer 
Delirious  Art at the limits of reason. Lov it! #themet #metbreuer #deliriousmet #nyc
León Ferrari’s “Tower of Babel,” shown here on the right, references an Old Testament story on the origins of linguistic diversity. According to the book of Genesis, God punished human society for constructing a tower that reached toward the heavens by multiplying the languages it spoke. In doing so, God thwarted humans’ ability to communicate. Linguistic ambiguity fascinated Ferrari, who invented a new word, “babelism,” meaning irreducible complexity, multiplicity, and incoherence, to describe the aesthetic on which works like Tower of Babel are based. León Ferrari (Argentinian, 1920–2013), Tower of Babel, 1963. #DeliriousMet #MetBreuer
León Ferrari’s “Tower of Babel,” shown here on the right, references an Old Testament story on the origins of linguistic diversity. According to the book of Genesis, God punished human society for constructing a tower that reached toward the heavens by multiplying the languages it spoke. In doing so, God thwarted humans’ ability to communicate. Linguistic ambiguity fascinated Ferrari, who invented a new word, “babelism,” meaning irreducible complexity, multiplicity, and incoherence, to describe the aesthetic on which works like Tower of Babel are based. León Ferrari (Argentinian, 1920–2013), Tower of Babel, 1963. #DeliriousMet  #MetBreuer 
“Provocations: Anselm Kiefer at The Met Breuer” opens tomorrow on our fifth floor! Be sure to check out a selection of catalogues on Kiefer’s career in @themetstore when you visit. #MetKiefer #MetBreuer
“Provocations: Anselm Kiefer at The Met Breuer” opens tomorrow on our fifth floor! Be sure to check out a selection of catalogues on Kiefer’s career in @themetstore when you visit. #MetKiefer  #MetBreuer 
Thanks #ColeccionCisneros for sharing this behind the scenes post of Mira Schendel’s “Objeto Grafico.” This work is currently on view in “Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950 – 1980” on our fourth floor. Mira Schendel (Brazilian, 1919 – 1988), Objeto Grafico, 1973. #MetBreuer #Repost @cppcisneros
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A shot of the CPPC's collection management team inspecting #MiraSchendel's Objeto grafico (1973) before installation for the @MetMuseum's exhibition, "Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason 1950 – 1980." #DeliriousMet is on view at the @MetBreuer through January 14, 2018.
Thanks #ColeccionCisneros  for sharing this behind the scenes post of Mira Schendel’s “Objeto Grafico.” This work is currently on view in “Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950 – 1980” on our fourth floor. Mira Schendel (Brazilian, 1919 – 1988), Objeto Grafico, 1973. #MetBreuer  #Repost  @cppcisneros ・・・ A shot of the CPPC's collection management team inspecting #MiraSchendel 's Objeto grafico (1973) before installation for the @MetMuseum's exhibition, "Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason 1950 – 1980." #DeliriousMet  is on view at the @MetBreuer through January 14, 2018.
These amazing things #sottsass #metbreuer
Calling all teens! Never been to The Met? Come all the time? Either way, join us today at 1pm for Art Explore! Talk with other teens and learn about the life and practice of Edvard Munch while traveling through the galleries. Check out the link in our bio for more information. #MetMunch #MetBreuer
Calling all teens! Never been to The Met? Come all the time? Either way, join us today at 1pm for Art Explore! Talk with other teens and learn about the life and practice of Edvard Munch while traveling through the galleries. Check out the link in our bio for more information. #MetMunch  #MetBreuer 
Mel Bochner (b.1940) Portrait of Dan Flavin, 1966 in #DeliriousArtattheLimitsofReason @metbreuer 
#MelBochner #PortraitofDanFlavin #Delirious #DanFlavin #ArtattheLimitsofReason #MetBreuer #TheMet
Mauricio Roberto
Palácio Austregésilo de Athayde
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 
@bentomattheus
Mauricio Roberto Palácio Austregésilo de Athayde Rio de Janeiro, Brasil @bentomattheus
#AlfredJensen last night at the Met. Beginning Study for Changes and Communication, from #1978. In the exhibition Delirious at the #MetBreuer. It joined the collection in 1989, though I've never seen it on display. Show also includes some of Michaux's Mescalin drawings!
#metropolitanmuseumofart #DeliriousMet
The Dance of Life (1925), Edward Munch, currently exhibited at Munch’s exhibition at Met Breuer, New York
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This is a wonderful painting. According to some it depicts the different stages of life: youth (the woman in white on the left), maturity (woman in red at the center) and old age (woman in blue on the right).
I general it depicts relationships, feelings and life on this world, taking Munch’s colorful yet pessimistic perspective.
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Some people fall in love and their love is reciprocated. Others get caught up in sinister, scary, cruel relationships like the woman who’s dancing with a green-faced phantom. Some remain alone, like the woman in white, while others are widowed, like the woman in black. This painting expresses Munch’s view of life as a dance of desire and fate in front of an eerie pale moon reflected in the dead-still sea on a Scandinavian summer’s night. It was so important to him as a statement of his pessimistic philosophy that he painted it twice, first in 1900, again in 1925
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#metropolitanmuseumofart #metbreuer #munch #edwardmunch #art #artmuseum #painting #exhibition #farewell #traveling #travel #travelblogger #artblog #ceiling #architecture #ceiling #brutal #archilovers #architecturephotography #traveling #nyc #newyorkcity #nycprimeshot #lights #colors #feelings #pessimism #painter
The Dance of Life (1925), Edward Munch, currently exhibited at Munch’s exhibition at Met Breuer, New York - This is a wonderful painting. According to some it depicts the different stages of life: youth (the woman in white on the left), maturity (woman in red at the center) and old age (woman in blue on the right). I general it depicts relationships, feelings and life on this world, taking Munch’s colorful yet pessimistic perspective. - Some people fall in love and their love is reciprocated. Others get caught up in sinister, scary, cruel relationships like the woman who’s dancing with a green-faced phantom. Some remain alone, like the woman in white, while others are widowed, like the woman in black. This painting expresses Munch’s view of life as a dance of desire and fate in front of an eerie pale moon reflected in the dead-still sea on a Scandinavian summer’s night. It was so important to him as a statement of his pessimistic philosophy that he painted it twice, first in 1900, again in 1925 - #metropolitanmuseumofart  #metbreuer  #munch  #edwardmunch  #art  #artmuseum  #painting  #exhibition  #farewell  #traveling  #travel  #travelblogger  #artblog  #ceiling  #architecture  #ceiling  #brutal  #archilovers  #architecturephotography  #traveling  #nyc  #newyorkcity  #nycprimeshot  #lights  #colors  #feelings  #pessimism  #painter 
A sweet day in the life of #MetMembers 🍬 
east village holiday shop VIP preview, 🍊Momofuku Ssäm, 🚕 cab->traffic->get out->walk->subway, 🛋 member’s lounge social hour, 👓 David Hockney, 📜 Michelangelo Buonarroti, 🌨 snowy walk at dusk to Met Breuer for 💠 ‘Delirious’ and 😱 Edvard Munch, the world’s thinnest omelet 🍳 at Flora Bar. 🧡 Thank you @aevicenzi for a stellar birthday gift! Who wants a guest pass?! 🖼
A sweet day in the life of #MetMembers  🍬 east village holiday shop VIP preview, 🍊Momofuku Ssäm, 🚕 cab->traffic->get out->walk->subway, 🛋 member’s lounge social hour, 👓 David Hockney, 📜 Michelangelo Buonarroti, 🌨 snowy walk at dusk to Met Breuer for 💠 ‘Delirious’ and 😱 Edvard Munch, the world’s thinnest omelet 🍳 at Flora Bar. 🧡 Thank you @aevicenzi for a stellar birthday gift! Who wants a guest pass?! 🖼
A nice exhibition on Edward Munch, most paintings come from the Munch museum in Oslo, which is a wonderful gem in Norway.
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Self portrait between the Clock and the Bed (1940-43)
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Few artists have ever seen their own old age with such terrifying clarity as Munch. Compared with this illusionless recognition of imminent mortality, the late works of Rembrandt seem self-congratulatory. Time is ticking away in the shape of a solemn grandfather clock. A single bed, covered with a stylish modern pattern of diagonal lines, testifies to his solitude. The artist himself seems frozen, flattened, already seeing himself as a stiffened corpse. He was to die, soon after painting this austere farewell, in 1944
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#metropolitanmuseumofart #metbreuer #munch #edwardmunch #art #artmuseum #painting #exhibition #farewell #traveling #travel #travelblogger #artblog #ceiling #architecture #ceiling #brutal #archilovers #architecturephotography #traveling #nyc #newyorkcity #nycprimeshot #lights #colors #feelings
A nice exhibition on Edward Munch, most paintings come from the Munch museum in Oslo, which is a wonderful gem in Norway. Pictured: Self portrait between the Clock and the Bed (1940-43) - Few artists have ever seen their own old age with such terrifying clarity as Munch. Compared with this illusionless recognition of imminent mortality, the late works of Rembrandt seem self-congratulatory. Time is ticking away in the shape of a solemn grandfather clock. A single bed, covered with a stylish modern pattern of diagonal lines, testifies to his solitude. The artist himself seems frozen, flattened, already seeing himself as a stiffened corpse. He was to die, soon after painting this austere farewell, in 1944 - #metropolitanmuseumofart  #metbreuer  #munch  #edwardmunch  #art  #artmuseum  #painting  #exhibition  #farewell  #traveling  #travel  #travelblogger  #artblog  #ceiling  #architecture  #ceiling  #brutal  #archilovers  #architecturephotography  #traveling  #nyc  #newyorkcity  #nycprimeshot  #lights  #colors  #feelings 
Starry starry night 🌌 #edvardmunch #starrynight #metbreuer #encounterart #nyc #powerfulcolors
Among all his self portraits, I love this one the most. The isolated, unsure, distant eyes. #edvardmunch #selfportrait #metbreuer #encounterart #nyc
Tones, emotions. #edvardmunch #selfportrait #metbreuer #encounterart #nyc
Between the clock and the bed. #edvardmunch #selfportrait #metbreuer #encounterart #snowingday #nyc
More Munch. #edvardmunch #betweentheclockandthebed @metmuseum #metbreuer
Knockout Edvard Munch exhibition at @metmuseum and not a scream painting in sight. (😱)The 1920s and 40s works look like they were painted last week, all a joy. #edvardmunch #betweentheclockandthebed #metbreuer
Oblivion. #MetBreuer
The Kiss. The Storm.Despair.  #edvardmunch #metbreuer. Artist. Prolific. Tortured. Exhibit of a life displayed in paintings. #museums #thankful #weloveart #welovenewyork
A cold, snowy evening calls for rich (but not heavy) and satisfying food like Chicories Salad with Pear, Hazelnut, and Blue Cheese then Futsu Squash and Black Truffle Tart.
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#dinner #salad #tart #squash #mushroom #truffle #snow #nyceats #nycrestaurants #metbreuer #goodeats #sogood #winterdinner #wintervibes #foodpics #instafood #igfood
Slate. #MetBreuer
Thanks #ColeccionCisneros for sharing this behind the scenes post of Mira Schendel’s “Objeto Grafico.” This work is currently on view in “Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950 – 1980” on our fourth floor. Mira Schendel (Brazilian, 1919 – 1988), Objeto Grafico, 1973. #MetBreuer #Repost @cppcisneros
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A shot of the CPPC's collection management team inspecting #MiraSchendel's Objeto grafico (1973) before installation for the @MetMuseum's exhibition, "Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason 1950 – 1980." #DeliriousMet is on view at the @MetBreuer through January 14, 2018.
Thanks #ColeccionCisneros  for sharing this behind the scenes post of Mira Schendel’s “Objeto Grafico.” This work is currently on view in “Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950 – 1980” on our fourth floor. Mira Schendel (Brazilian, 1919 – 1988), Objeto Grafico, 1973. #MetBreuer  #Repost  @cppcisneros ・・・ A shot of the CPPC's collection management team inspecting #MiraSchendel 's Objeto grafico (1973) before installation for the @MetMuseum's exhibition, "Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason 1950 – 1980." #DeliriousMet  is on view at the @MetBreuer through January 14, 2018.
Friday night inspiration with Anselm Kiefer's "Provocations"
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#anselmkiefer #metbreuer #metmuseum #mixedmedia #german #art
#Repost @gagosiangallery
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"Provocations: Anselm Kiefer at The Met Breuer" is now on view at The Met Breuer, New York through April 8, 2018. Go check it out! "Provocations: Anselm Kiefer" will feature 34 works on paper and one painting by the German artist, all drawn from The Met collection. The exhibition will span the artist's nearly 50-year career.
#AnselmKiefer #Provocations #MetBreuer #Gagosian @metbreuer @metmuseum
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Image: Anselm Kiefer, "German Lineages of Salvation," 1975, watercolor, gouache, and ballpoint pen on paper, 9 1/2 × 13 3/8 inches (24.1 × 34 cm) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denise and Andrew Saul Fund, 1995. © Anselm Kiefer.

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#Repost  @gagosiangallery ・・・ "Provocations: Anselm Kiefer at The Met Breuer" is now on view at The Met Breuer, New York through April 8, 2018. Go check it out! "Provocations: Anselm Kiefer" will feature 34 works on paper and one painting by the German artist, all drawn from The Met collection. The exhibition will span the artist's nearly 50-year career. #AnselmKiefer  #Provocations  #MetBreuer  #Gagosian  @metbreuer @metmuseum _______________________ Image: Anselm Kiefer, "German Lineages of Salvation," 1975, watercolor, gouache, and ballpoint pen on paper, 9 1/2 × 13 3/8 inches (24.1 × 34 cm) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denise and Andrew Saul Fund, 1995. © Anselm Kiefer. #art  #artist  #artwork  #artsy  #artistic  #arte  #artlovers  #artstagram  #color  #painting  #drawing #design  #creative #beautiful 
Title: A Lover’s Touch
Medium: Oil on Canvas
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Beautiful Convergence!  #metbreuer #cementwall #stairwell
🔲🔳 Color Motion 4-64, Edna Andrade, 1964. 🔳🔲 #opart #colormotion #ednaandrade #blackandwhite #oiloncanvas #metbreuer #museum #exhibition #art #newyork #friday #funday