Coinciding with the new production premiere of Borodin's Prince Igor on February 6, Gallery Met is presenting Imaginary Portraits: Prince Igor, a exhibition featuring new works by more than 20 artists, inspired by the opera's title character. Here are some images from the show's opening reception on January 30.

  • Artists and patrons gathered for the opening of the exhibition.

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  • Among the artists present were Peter Schlesinger...

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  • Ryan Johnson...

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  • Thomas Lawson...

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  • Dana Schutz...

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  • Artist and designer Thom Browne...

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  • Rachel Feinstein...

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  • ... and David Adjaye, who created a throne, on view on the Grand Tier.

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  • Prince Igor director Dmitri Tcherniakov (left) with Met General Manager Peter Gelb

    Photo: Cory Weaver/Met Opera