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Art = Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History

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'Big, bold and interesting.' - The Art Newspaper

A fresh and unconventional approach to exploring 6,000 years of art history through 800 masterpieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Featuring more than 800 artworks from the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, this groundbreaking book - organized by thematic keywords rather than the usual chronological or geographical categories, and drawing upon analytics from The Met's online Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History - offers fresh, unconventional ways of engaging with visual culture. Beyond the wealth of illustration, more than 160 engaging curatorial essays place the works in wider contexts, while a foldout, detachable timeline offers further perspective.

  • Author: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Hardcover: 448 pages
  • Date published: June 2020
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 978-0714879420
  • Product Dimensions: 33.2 x 27.5 cm

'takes us on an extraordinary journey through 6,000 years of art history at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Spread by double-page spread, it throws out themes with reckless abandon, and then takes us across a multiplicity of two- and three-dimensional objects from the museum’s multifarious collections, connecting this with that in a  perpetual journey of fascinating cultural interweavings' - Hyperallergic

'a stream of creative consciousness that leaps around the globe and across 6,000 years of art history' - Artnet News

'If you're too afraid to visit the Met, sit home and read Art=, the museum's enormous coffee table book' - New York Magazine

'Interesting categorisation in this engaging tribute to the Metropolitan Museum of Art provides a different way to think about and see art' - Trebuchet Magazine

'Big, bold and interesting.' - The Art Newspaper

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