- Jan 28, 2020
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is marking the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci with a painting by the artist that will draw crowds but also pay solemn tribute to the larger-than-life Italian Renaissance painter, architect and inventor.
One year after the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s record-breaking exhibit on the Catholic imagination, the landmark museum is set to display a Vatican owned masterpiece beginning next week.
The Met Museum’s “Heavenly Bodies” exhibit is now the most attended in its Costume Institute’s history.
The papal pomp and Catholic circumstance on display at this year’s Met Gala in New York (aka the ‘Oscars of the East Coast’) was met with a combination of confusion and optimism from Catholic thinkers and writers.
Exclusive coverage of inside the Met Gala from the perspective of one of the guests of honor, Cardinal Timothy Dolan.
At the Monday Met Gala, not everyone got the link between faith and fashion, but many did.