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.
Whether he's creating photographs for advertising campaigns, capturing dynamic snapshots of the body in motion, or making conceptual fine art...
Just because you can’t see it, does that mean it isn’t there?
COVID has disrupted many areas of life in 2020. The pandemic's devastating effects have particularly affected the art world—exhibitions were cancelled, galleries closed, and less disposable income became available among potential buyers. With lockdowns and a depressed economy, artists around the world have struggled to support themselves and their families by selling their work or teaching workshops. But one established New York painter is working to help those in need, artist to artist.
At My Modern Met, we believe that art is a fundamental part of being human. Access to it is critical.
Photographer Jon Henry uses his artistic voice to offer a moving perspective on the murder of Black people by U.S.
How many 8-year-olds do you know that can say they’re a two-time published author and the co-founder of a non-profit? Well, meet Selah Thompson. At just 5 years old, Selah noticed that many of her fellow kindergarten classmates were struggling with their ABCs and didn’t know how to read, but she wanted to do something to change that.
What would you do if over the course of a few months you opened your mailbox each day to find...
From April to July of 2021, an 11.
Dogs give us all plenty to be grateful for, from offering us joy and companionship to even bettering our health. But a sad reality is that not all owners are able to care for their pets, whether it's due to financial hardships or simply a lack of devotion to what a domesticated animal needs.
Many companies are realizing that sustainability is no longer just a business buzzword—it's a necessary and desirable goal.
Orbiting 200 miles above earth in the International Space Station, astronauts have not forgotten about their right to vote.