The worlds of fashionable art and technology are colliding this May at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Manus x Machina is the new exhibition to woo spectators and observationists alike when the demonstration of these two ever changing concepts of society is presented. Hand held by the Costume Exhibit wing's Spring theme, crafted and maintained by the Robert Leyman wing of the Met, over one hundred years worth of fashion and technology will be on show in the form of more than 150 individual pieces. Each one will be there to be cross examined, explained and highlighted for its particular historical and cultural value.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, is an institution for the preserving and promotion of fine art, modern art, and the nurturing of young artists in America. They hold regular groups and sessions which are aimed at providing expert insight into the particulars of this fascinating universe of self expression and critique.
As a whole, the museum can boast a proud collection of over 5000 years worth of human art, from all over the planet. Gifted, donated, acquired, discovered, it all resides within the walls of this glamorous establishment, a destination for art lovers and for children, curious people and those who want to impress on a date. Do a bit of reading up before hand to really get the test tube fizzing, that's if there is a reaction to be had, art I good but it's not a genie in a bottle! And even then, if my memory serves me, Aladdin had trouble with that one too.
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