How did the small village of Moustiers Sainte-Marie, dramatically perched on the cliffs of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, become one of France’s major centers producing faience—tin-glazed earthenware—during the 18th century? Thanks to a major gift of Moustiers ceramics to the museum from the Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw collection, exciting new scholarship has enhanced our understanding...
Esperanza Spalding Selects: D+Evolution was on display June 9, 2017–January 7, 2018. Download the accompanying brochure. See what objects were on view in this exhibition. This brochure participates in the d+evolution process, functioning as both a booklet and a poster.
In 1897, two extraordinary young women opened to the world the result of almost a decade of their work and efforts: a museum dedicated to the study of decorative arts and design, housed at Cooper Union in New York City. Sarah and Eleanor Hewitt, granddaughters of famed industrialist Peter Cooper, used their considerable means and...
Thom Browne Selects was on display March 4–October 23, 2016. Download the accompanying brochure. See what objects were on view in this exhibition.
David Adjaye Selects was on display June 19, 2015–February 7, 2016. Download the accompanying brochure. See what objects were on view in this exhibition.