There's a lot happening at the Met right now and it's worth the time to investigate. On the second floor there's a beautiful, comprehensive exhibition curated by Carlos Picón of sculpture, mosaic and jewelry from the Hellenistic Kingdoms that existed in the region surrounding present day Greece. The piece below is the "poster" image for the show, but for good reason. It's far larger than life and is a masterful sculpture that is making its debut in the United States. To me there's always something interesting about a sculpture that has a section chopped off. It draws your eye to areas you may have otherwise missed. I wonder where the rest of it went.