The Met Breuer Tour
The Met’s modern and contemporary art department is expanding to the landmark building designed by Marcel Breue on Madison Avenue at 75th Street.
Join us for a Met Breuer tour. The Met Museum’s modern and contemporary art department has expanded to the landmark building designed by Marcel Breuer. The New Met Breuer is located on Madison Avenue at 75th Street. Many people know this building as the old Whitney building. It’s still modern, but now it has the Met Museum’s collection inside.
Let ART SMART guide you through the inaugural exhibition of the Met Breuer on a tour. “Unfinished: Left Visible” will include a major, cross-departmental curatorial initiative from the staff at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Comprising 140 works dating from the Renaissance to the present from such masters as Titian, Rembrandt, Turner, Cézanne, Picasso, Louise Bourgeois, Marlene Dumas, Lucian Freud, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, and Luc Tuymans who experimented with a non finito style. Our guides’ knowledge of this vast span of time in art history are sure to help you see the development of styles over time.
Upon booking, you’ll have the opportunity to tell us what you are most interested in exploring on your Met Breuer tour. With that, we’ll start creating your ideal Met Breuer guided art tour. Your art historian private guide will meet you there with your tickets in hand — so you won’t have to wait in line to get your tickets.
You can combine this with a private tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art as well or other modern art venues.
$22 per adult, $15 per senior, and $10 per child.