August 17th is the last date of the Medieval and Renaissance exhibition on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
On loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the 35 treasures of the collection have not been seen previously in the Big Apple.
Included in the exhibition are the Carolingian ivory cover of the Lorsch Gospels, an ivory statuette of the crucified Christ by Giovanni Pisano, Donatello”s bronze Winged Putto with Fantastic Fish, a pair of gilt-bronze statuettes of prophets by Hubert Gerhard, and the Codex Forster 1, one of Leonardo da Vinci”s treasured notebooks.
Around the same time, the Geo/Metric: Prints and Drawings exhbition also ends at the MoMA.
August 18th is the last chance to see this collection of works done in the styles of the Cubist, Futurist, Russian avant-garde artists of the 1910s and 1920s and Minimalists.
New York – From the dizzy heights of the Empire State Building to the serene Central Park New York has it all!