Metropolitan Museum of Art
Renowned for their beauty and ingenuity, iconic works are no stranger to New York City. Consider visiting some of the world’s most infamous works housed right here in the Big Apple.
The parade kicks off at 11 a.m. Saturday on Fifth Avenue at 44th Street and forecasters are calling for high temperatures of around 60 degrees.
The museum plans to replace the faulty fountains, crumbling sidewalks and sick trees along its stretch on Fifth Avenue.
In an event 8-years in the making the Met opened it’s newly renovated Islamic Art Galleries, fifteen in all.
It’s a dog in the likeness of a real canine, Lexington, a 15-year-old yellow lab and loyal companion to St. Patrick’s rector Monsignor Robert Ritchie.
Robert Darling has been walking the streets New York City once a week for the almost decade trying to find his future bride.
Murder at the Met is a murder-mystery scavenger hunt at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York run by Watson Adventures, a private company offering a series of such games at 27 museums in seven U.S. cities.
One of the exhibits you can see at the Metropolitan Museum of Art right now is a treasure trove of fancy European boxes, telling stories that are centuries old.
The work of Spanish artist Velázquez rarely enters the market, but you can see his paintings now at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. CBS 2’s Dana Tyler reports.
Personal and pretty high-end, elaborate boxes created for aristocrats, “Thinking Outside The Box” shows off 400 years worth of 100-over-the-top storage containers of all shapes and sizes at the Met.
Centuries of the past collide on the canvases of surrealist painter Joan Miro. CBS 2′s Dana Tyler takes us to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The social realist artist Jack Levine, who skewered the rich and powerful in paintings that echoed Old Masters like Goya and El Greco stylistically, has died. He was 95.
Law enforcement officials are taking a field trip to the museum to sharpen their skills, and it’s not your typical art class.
Dana Tyler takes us to the world of “Khubilai Khan” at the Met, where ancient, imperial art from China, ceramics, gold, silver and textiles of all kinds, are on display
We talked all summer about how it was unusually hot and the numbers back it up.