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AUDIO: India & the World with Curator Naman Ahuja
Chinese dish, Yuan or Ming period, AD 1325–75, Made in Jingdezhen, China, found in Delhi, India. Porcelain, Diameter of foot: 27.7 cm, Diameter from lip to lip: 46.5 cm. Central Antiquity Collection, Purana Qila, Archaeological Survey of India, New Delhi, CAC/KFS/333

AUDIO: India & the World with Curator Naman Ahuja

Using objects to tell the long history of our “global village” from the Bronze Age to the present day.

Handling a Cosmic Book Object
The Philosopher’s Stone, 1992, Barbara Fahrner and Daniel Kelm. Cardboard, steel pins, colored ink, pencil, watercolor, approximately 6 × 8 × 6 in. The Getty Research Institute, 94-B18918. © Barbara Fahrner and Daniel E. Kelm

Handling a Cosmic Book Object

Inside a book that is also a puzzle.

Deconstructing Myths about the Nude in Renaissance Art
Madonna and Child Surrounded by Angels, 1454–56, Jean Fouquet. Oil on panel, 36 1/4 x 32 7/8 in. Courtesy of Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten Antwerpen. Image © www.lukasweb.be–Art in Flanders vzw, photo Dominique Provost

Deconstructing Myths about the Nude in Renaissance Art

A new look at the rise of the nude in art.

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