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Jan. 5, 1954: Pierre Auguste Cot’s “The Storm” was hung at the Metropolitan Museum, one of several hundred works that went on display in newly renovated galleries that grouped paintings by time period rather than nationality — an arrangement that the museum director Francis Henry Taylor hoped would “bring order out of chaos.” Photo: Eddie Hausner/The New York Times

Pierre Auguste Cot’s “The Storm” hung in the renovated galleries of Metropolitan Museum, 1954

kateoplis

Surreal digital collages by feminist artist María María Acha-Kutscher. Composed with hundreds of tiny fragments from the internet, magazines, books and the artist’s own photographs.

Dmitri Kessel - Le Louvre, 1953

“Loading statue, worker places Roman carving of athlete on carriage to be taken to workshop where legs, put on by an earlier restorer, will be removed.”By Dmitri Kessel.

Modern Hepburn — astreals: he was sketching one of the paintings...

Modern Hepburn — astreals: he was sketching one of the paintings.

Maria Austria - Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam - 1956

Maria Austria - Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum (the painting shown is Guernica by Picasso)

Elliott Erwitt

Elliott Erwitt

art matters | ZsaZsa Bellagio - Like No Other

A curated collection of images that catch and captivate my eye. Oh, and, of course, a tasty.

martine franck(1938-2012), people relaxing in the casa del campo park in madrid. http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchDetail&VBID=2K1HZOQPUH96UE&PN=3834&IID=2S5RYD2XK71

martine franck(1938-2012), people relaxing in the casa del campo park in madrid. http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchDetail&VBID=2K1HZOQPUH96UE&PN=3834&IID=2S5RYD2XK71

toujoursdramatique: “ a diva is a female version of a hustler (at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) ”

and his every insult was said with a saccharine smile, and you could never be sure if you were the joke or were part of it

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