Don’t Forget to Call Your Mother: Reflections on the Photographs Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Wednesday, January 17, 2024
No charge for Four Arts members

with Lisa Sutcliffe

The Metropolitan Museum of Art began collecting photographs in 1928. Established as an independent curatorial department in 1992, The Met’s Department of Photographs houses more than 75,000 works spanning the history of photography from its 1830s invention to the present. Explore the Museum’s collection through the eyes of its newest curator, Lisa Sutcliffe, who will discuss a selection of works from her first exhibition at the Museum.


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