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Terms for marble in multiple languages, superimposed on a carved marble sculpture of Athena

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Mikiko with her camera in front of her photograph on view in In Focus: Tokyo

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Digitally decayed scan of a book from the Getty Research Institute / Bernard Picart

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Untitled (Is As It), negative 1996; print about 2007, Mikiko Hara. Chromogenic print. 14 x 14 inches. J. Paul Getty Museum. Purchased with funds provided by the Photographs Council. © Mikiko Hara

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Former intern Elsa Bourguinon with GCI’s Tom Roby working on the Hieroglyphic Stairway at Copán, Honduras in 2001. Photo: Richard Ross

Advancing Conservation Practice, One Intern At a Time

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    Still from Adrift in Tokyo / 2007
    Courtesy of The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles

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        Eye-to-eye with a devotional painting of Christ.

        This haunting and intimate portrait of Christ is both dramatic and spiritual. Less than a foot high, the panel was made for private use.

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         Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.


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