15 Met Museum Feeds to Follow on Instagram

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Photo by Dave Krugman

Art often brings people together, and also elicits an extended range of emotions. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is not only one of the biggest museums in the U.S., but it’s also one of the most visited in the world. For those of us who just can’t get enough of The Met, or  those of us who don’t get to visit as often as we would like, Mashfeed user @Sree created a comprehensive collection filled with Met feeds. From the official photo studios to the CEO of The Met, here are 15 Met Museum feeds to follow on Instagram!

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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As one of the world’s largest and finest art museums, it is truly no surprise that The Met has an incredible Instagram feed. They frequently feature paintings, sculptures and other pieces of art with lengthy captions explaining the piece.

Special Events | The Met

This Special Events feed gives you a front row seat to a lot of the event that take place at The Met. Even if you’re not there, you’ll be able to see what it’s like to party in a museum!

Met Members

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We didn’t even know you could be a member at The Met, but apparently they get exclusive exhibition previews, evening receptions and more! Their feed gives us a sneak peak into what being a member is like.

Tom Campbell

Who runs this magical Met Museum you might ask? That would be Tom Campbell, the CEO and Director, who happens to have his own art inspired Instagram. Don’t be surprised if you see a bunch of gorgeous art pieces on his feed!

MMA Photo Studio

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This feed gives you a peak into the Met’s photo studio, along with various art pieces around the museum!

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