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Presented in collaboration with Fairfield University Art Museum, Art History Program, and the Visual and Performing Arts Department

“How can the guards at the Met’s Italian Renaissance collection stand so still watching over the various paintings about ancient myths and biblical parables without dozing off?”

Patrick Bringley’s personal journey flows within the intersection of guarding the treasures of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, encountering personal loss, and discovering his own pathways through the visual stories of the world’s greatest paintings. With over seven million visitors touring its encyclopedic galleries, the Met is the most visited art institution in the Western Hemisphere.

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