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Grimes Brought A Sword To The Met Gala And It’s Made From Something Deeply American

The new mom arrived at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a “Dune” inspired outfit accompanied by a literal weapon.
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American Fashion Festivities: Who Looked More Bangin’ At The 2021 Met Gala?

After skipping a year due to the pandemic, Anna Wintour's celebrity fashion Olympics returned to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and after careful consideration, we've found the style standouts.
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Inside Met Gala, Where There's Always Someone More Famous

There were enough tennis stars inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art at Monday's Met Gala, it seemed, to play a tournament.
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Met Gala Returns in Style With Eilish, Lil Nas X, Rihanna

For what was billed as a “mini Met Gala,” Monday's fundraiser at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art brought out big names and bold fashion.
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AOC used her first Met Gala appearance to send a message: 'Tax the Rich'

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (L) attends The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City. Mike Coppola/John Shearer/Getty Images/Insider Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made her first Met Gala appearance on Monday. She used the opportunity to send a political message. The back of her white, strapless gown had "Tax the Rich" written in red. See more stories on Insider's business page. In her firs...
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46 most show-stopping looks at the 2021 Met Gala - from Jennifer Lopez to Kate Hudson

The 2021 Met Gala is finally here! The great and the good of showbusiness descended upon the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on Monday night...
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The Met Gala Is (Sort of) Shoppable on Instagram This Year

The Met Store, the retail arm of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, has partnered with fashion media powerhouse Vogue to sell designer products on Instagram as the Met Gala--the A-list event whose red carpet has in prior years seen actor Billy Porter carried in by half a dozen shirtless men and actor Jared Leto...
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What does American fashion mean in 2021?

An upcoming exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art questions what exactly American fashion is. Anna Wintour, Tommy Hilfiger and other designers weigh in.
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Vogue Is Livestreaming The Met Gala With Audi and Don Julio

Fashion titan Vogue is hosting the official red carpet livestream for industry spectacle the Met Gala, Sept. 13 at 5:30 p.m. ET. This year, to raise money for the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the dress code and theme is American Independence. Automaker Audi and tequila brand Don Julio are sponsoring the...
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Eye Candy for Today: Whistler etching, Fumette

Fumette, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, etching, roughly 6 x 4″ (16 x 11 cm) Link is to zoomable version on Google Art Project, original of this version of the print is in the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery. You can see other versions of the print in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago. In this portrayal of his mistress Heloise — who was known as “Fumette” because of her temper — Whistler has brought his considerable etching skills to a study of value contrasts, darks...
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Don Felder Plays “Hotel California” at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art, with a Double-Neck Guitar

Pete Townshend played one. Jimmy Page famously brandished one. John McLaughlin basically started his own post-Miles Davis jazz group based around one. But the double-neck guitar played by Don Felder on The Eagles “Hotel California” may be the best known to all the children of the 1970s. The white guitar went on display in 2019 for the exhibition “Play It Loud” at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, which also featured such historical instruments as the humble Martin acoustic that Elvi...
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Biden set to nominate Caroline Kennedy as US ambassador to Australia: report

Caroline Kennedy. Marc Andrew Deley/Getty President Biden is set to nominate Caroline Kennedy as ambassador to Australia, per a CNN report. Kennedy served as US ambassador to Japan under then-President Barack Obama from 2013 to 2017. She is a longtime friend of Biden, who served in the Senate with her uncle, the late Ted Kennedy. Sign up for the 10 Things in Politics daily newsletter. President Joe Biden is set to nominate Caroline Kennedy to become the next ambassador to Australia, accord...
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The Epic of Gilgamesh, the Oldest-Known Work of Literature in World History

You’re probably familiar with The Epic of Gilgamesh, the story of an overbearing Sumerian king and demi-god who meets his match in wild man Enkidu. Gilgamesh is humbled, the two become best friends, kill the forest guardian Humbaba, and face down spurned goddess Ishtar’s Bull of Heaven. When Enkidu dies, Gilgamesh goes looking for the only man to live forever, a survivor of a legendary pre-Biblical flood. The great king then tries, and fails, to gain eternal life himself. The story is pa...
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"Pornhub vows to guide viewers swiftly past 'all the prude paintings' and take them 'directly to the good stuff' on a dedicated website and app..."

"... which features hardcore reenactments of sexy works housed in six major museums by an amateur couple known by the monicker MySweetApple. In their riff on Edgar Degas’s 'Male Nude' (1856), in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Impressionist painter’s sprawled sitter gets a blowjob.... Kitagawa Utamaro’s 'Fujin sogaku jittai' (1802-1803), according to Pornhub, is 'a woodblock print of a girl washing her hair so blissfully that she hasn’t noticed the monumental ni...
Tags: Art, New York, Law, Museums, Naked, Edgar Degas, Pornography, Pornhub, National Gallery, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Met, Fujin, Degas, Ann Althouse, lawsuits I hope will fail, Kitagawa Utamaro


Nobody Asked Me, But… No. 251: Wish You Were Here: A Tour Of America’s Great Hotels During The Golden Age Of The Picture Post Card | By Stanley Turkel

Hotel History: “Wish You Were Here” by Barry Zaid (1980) : In February 2000, there was a unique exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York: “Walker Evans and the Picture Postcard”. Evans was a titan of 20th-century photography who portrayed broken-down plantations, sharecropper families and bone-dry Southern farms during the Depression, grimy factories in the North and the facial expressions of New York subway passengers.
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What the Eagles’ “Hotel California” Really Means

During the Satanic panic of the 1980s, a new breed of witchfinder cast a dragnet through pop culture, scooping up songs, artists, and albums that were allegedly part of a demonic conspiracy to corrupt America’s youth. One song routinely appearing on such lists — “Hotel California” by the Eagles. Really? The Eagles? Biggest-selling rock band in the U.S.? Soft-rock superstars who paved the cocaine-colored way for even softer yacht rock superstars? They were hardly Black Sabbath, but ...
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A Side Splitting Medieval TikTok Account: Get a Laugh at Medieval Yoga Poses & Much More

@greedypeasant?‍?? Medieval Yoga ? #medievaltiktok #yoga #yogalover #peacewithin #fyp #foryou #foryoupage? original sound – Tyler Gunther 30-year-old Brooklyn-based artist Tyler Gunther views his creation, Greedy Peasant, as “the manifestation of all the strange medieval art we now enjoy in meme form”: Often times medieval history focuses on royals, wars, popes and plagues. With this peasant guide, we get to experience the world through the lens of a queer artist who is just trying to mak...
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Stuart Silver, Museum Designer Who Pioneered Blockbuster Shows, Dead At 84

“As the inventive design director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art [under director Thomas Hoving] in the 1960s and ’70s, [he] turned the presentation of art into a gasp-inducing genre of theater” — most famously in the Treasures of Tutankhamun exhibition of 1978-79 — “giving the staid institution mass appeal and inspiring widespread changes in the style and spirit of museum exhibitions.” – The New York Times
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The Met will return three African art objects to Nigeria

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that two bronze plaques that left the country under "unclear circumstances" and a life-like sculpted head will be returned to Nigeria.
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Monthly gleanings for May 2021: yesterday, tomorrow, and time concepts

A few private letters and comments on my post “The Future in the Past” (17 March 2021) allow me to return to it. To begin with, I of course know The Beatles’ song about YESTER (it would have been hard to grow up when I did and not to be exposed to their repertoire). Other than that, I cannot refrain from quoting Rainer Maria Rilke’s line: “Vergangenheit steht noch bevor (“The past is still ahead of us”).It is amazing how pregnant poets’ observations sometimes are! Rilke hardly knew anything abou...
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Yesterday, tomorrow, and time concepts

A few private letters and comments on my post “The Future in the Past” (17 March 2021) allow me to return to it. To begin with, I of course know The Beatles’ song about YESTER (it would have been hard to grow up when I did and not to be exposed to their repertoire). Other than that, I cannot refrain from quoting Rainer Maria Rilke’s line: “Vergangenheit steht noch bevor (“The past is still ahead of us”).It is amazing how pregnant poets’ observations sometimes are! Rilke hardly knew anything abou...
Tags: Books, Greece, Senate, Germany, Russia, Bbc, Moscow, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Bush, Dickens, Near East, Rainer Maria Rilke, Rilke, Babylonians, Thomas Rowlandson, Geograph


Behold the Astronomicum Caesareum, “Perhaps the Most Beautiful Scientific Book Ever Printed” (1540)

Art, science, and magic seem to have been rarely far apart during the Renaissance, as evidenced by the elaborate 1540 Astronomicum Caesareum — or “Emperor’s Astronomy” — seen here. “The most sumptuous of all Renaissance instructive manuals, ” the Metropolitan Museum of Art notes, the book was created over a period of 8 years by Petrus Apianus, also known as Apian, an astronomy professor at the University of Ingolstadt. Modern-day astronomer Owen Gingerich, professor emeritus at Harvard Universi...
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35 beautiful coffee table books to give as gifts in 2021

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Alyssa Powell/Insider A good coffee table book is a decor piece that's filled with stunning images and entertains guests. We compiled a list of 35 coffee table books that will make great gifts for everyone in your life. Unlike the dog-eared, beaten-down tomes inhabiting the bookshelves of a home, coffee table books are a more refined species.They have license over the prime tabletop real ...
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Learn to Play Senet, the 5,000-Year Old Ancient Egyptian Game Beloved by Queens & Pharaohs

Senet gaming board inscribed for Amenhotep III with separate sliding drawer, via Wikimedia Commons Games don’t just pass the time, they enact battles of wits, proxy wars, training exercises…. And historically, games are correlated with, if not inseparable from, forms of divination and occult knowledge. We might point to the ancient practice of “astragalomancy,” for example: reading one’s fate in random throws of knucklebones, which were the original dice. Games played with bones or dice date ba...
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Inside the turbulent personal life of Elon Musk, who's been divorced three times, dated Hollywood stars, and now has a 1-year-old baby with musician Grimes

Grimes, left, and Elon Musk attend the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in May 2018. Charles Sykes/AP Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has had a headline-grabbing personal life over the years. He has five sons from his first marriage and has been divorced three times. These days, Musk is dating the musician Grimes - the couple had a baby together last spring. See more stories on Insider's business page. In 2010, Elon Musk said he would "rather stick a fork in my ...
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Get Ready For Blob Girl Summer

A detail of Sandro Botticelli's "Birth of Venus" on view at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. Franco Origlia/Getty Images The writer Talia Lavin reflects on emerging from our Covid quarantines with the same perceived flaws and insecurities as before. What if the coming season is less "Hot Vaxxed Girl Summer" and more "Blob Girl Summer"? See more stories on Insider's business page. As the petals drop to the pavement and shots slip into arms, we're rolling inexorably towa...
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The life and career of Bernard Arnault, the luxury goods mogul who owns brands like Louis Vuitton - and whose wealth is surpassed only by Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk

Bernard Arnault is the chairman and CEO of LVMH, the world's largest maker of luxury goods. ERIC PIERMONT/AFP via Getty Images Bernard Arnault briefly surpassed Elon Musk as the world's second-richest person this week. Arnault controls the massive luxury conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy - Louis Vuitton. Four of Arnault's children work at LVMH brands, including Louis Vuitton, Berluti, and TAG Heuer. See more stories on Insider's business page. When it comes to the world of l...
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Metropolitan Museum of Art gets Google Doodle treatment for 151st anniversary

Google is celebrating the 151st anniversary of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a doodle showcasing the institution's most important art pieces.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Mystery over origins of Howard Hodgkin’s Indian art collection could see it lost to UK

Ashmolean in Oxford turned down chance to buy exquisite paintings and drawings, which may now go to New YorkIndian paintings and drawings had been his lifelong passion and, before his death in 2017, the artist Sir Howard Hodgkin hoped that his collection would be acquired by the Ashmolean in Oxford – only for the museum to reject his offer amid concerns that some of the works should never have left India.Now Britain’s loss could be America’s gain. Trustees of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Ne...
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17-Year-Old Adeline Harris Created a Quilt Collecting 360 Signatures of the Most Famous People of the 19th Century: Lincoln, Dickens, Emerson & More (1863)

These days, anyone can reach out to hundreds of celebrities, artists, writers, major heads of state, etc., on social media (or to the interns and assistants who run their accounts). Instantaneous connection also means hundreds of near-instantaneous comments in near-real time. It can occasionally mean near-instantaneous influencer fame. For 17-year-old Adeline Harris, it would take seven years or so to get in touch with 360 of the biggest names in literature, politics, philosophy, science, and o...
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