Join curator Peter J. Bell and conservators Carolyn Riccardelli and Jack Soultanian, Jr. as they discuss the landmark conservation efforts and historical significance of this sculpture by Venetian Renaissance sculptor Tullio Lombardo.
Free with Museum admission, though tickets are required. Details here: http://met.org/1u0zZms
Note: Space is limited; first come, first served. Tickets are distributed 15 minutes prior to the talk at the program meeting point.
This program is held in conjunction with the exhibition "Tullio Lombardo's Adam: A Masterpiece Restored" and with Viewpoints: Body Language, an interpretive project that invites you to explore sculptures of the human body through multiple viewpoints, in the galleries and online. Share your viewpoints on social media after the program by using #MetViewpoints and tagging @metmuseum (on Twitter or Instagram).