Getty Images Is Official Photographer Of Met Gala 2024


Rihanna during a Met Gala event.

Getty Images, renowned for its comprehensive visual content creation and distribution, has been confirmed as the Official Photographer for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Benefit, widely known as the Met Gala 2024. The event is scheduled for May 6, 2024, and marks Getty Images’ sixth consecutive year of taking Met Gala photos.

The Met Gala, a highlight of the international fashion calendar, attracts a constellation of celebrities from various industries, including fashion, film, music, sports, business, and art. This year, the gala is co-chaired by notable figures such as Zendaya, Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny, Chris Hemsworth, and Vogue’s Anna Wintour. The event not only serves as a fundraising benefit for the museum’s Costume Institute but also celebrates the launch of its spring exhibition and Met Gala theme 2024 titled “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion.”

Getty Images’ team, consisting of award-winning photographers and videographers, will provide extensive coverage of the gala, including red carpet arrivals, departures, and candid moments inside the event. Exclusive images and video content from the gala will be available for licensing on Getty Images’ website, ensuring global media and fans receive real-time access to the event.

Kirstin Benson, Vice President of Global Entertainment at Getty Images, expressed enthusiasm about their continued partnership with The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Vogue. She highlighted the company’s commitment to capturing the essence of the Met Gala through innovative and intimate photography and videography of the Met Gala 2024 guest list. This effort aligns with Getty Images’ broader mission to deliver unique and compelling content that stands out in the global media landscape.

This year’s Met Gala exhibition will showcase approximately 250 fashion items from the Costume Institute’s permanent collection, featuring works by iconic designers such as Schiaparelli, Dior, and Givenchy, covering more than 400 years of fashion history.

Getty Images, with nearly three decades of experience in the industry, covers almost 70,000 entertainment events annually, including major awards shows, fashion weeks, and film festivals. Their expertise in creating distinctive visual content continues to enrich global cultural events, making them a key player in the world of international media and entertainment.

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