My Modern Met was founded in 2008 with the idea of being one big city that celebrates creativity. During that time, we’ve proudly championed artists, photographers, designers, and makers—from emerging creatives to those well established in their careers. Our platform is a place for creatives' work to shine and where people across the globe can appreciate their voices and visions.
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This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk with painter Omar Ortiz about his shockingly realistic paintings.
Photographer Richard Silver has a talent for capturing space in unique and unexpected ways.
At My Modern Met, we believe that art is a fundamental part of being human. Access to it is critical. Whether this involves learning how to draw, reading art history, or discovering the work of an emerging artist, engagement with creativity is something that needs to be fostered—and protected. We are dedicated to making sure that access to art is possible for everyone.
From exotic landscapes to out-of-this-world food art, photographer Navid Baraty’s portfolio features a wide range of subjects.
There are few artists who can say they started their own art movement.
For the past few years, photographer Omar Z. Robles has been making waves with his dance photography—specifically, his ability to merge classical dance with the urban environment has sparked an enormous following. Robles travels the world— from New York City to Hong Kong to Cuba to Melbourne—and works with local ballet dancers.
On this week's Top Artist Podcast, we're thrilled to welcome legendary photographer Steve McCurry.
Painter Iris Scott has been a My Modern Met favorite for years, as we've long admired her ability to elevate...
American photographer Gregg Segal has long been fascinated with the way we, as a population, consume and produce waste. This interest pulled him into more personal work that has transformed into several series on what we eat, and what we throw away. For the Top Artist Podcast, we sat down with Segal for a wide-ranging conversation.
Have you ever looked at a photographer's Instagram feed and wondered how they got so lucky to travel the world...
The holidays are right around the corner, and you already might be thinking about your gift-giving this year.