New Galleries at the Carlos Present an Innovative Approach to Art of the Ancient Americas

November 2002
Art Papers Magazine;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p13
The article focuses on the dedication by the Michael C. Carlos Museum in Atlanta with its new galleries of Ancient American Art on September 13, 2002. According to the author, the event is redesigned under the direction of the museum's original architect, Michael Graves. The galleries have been reconfigured to allow the installation of thematic and historical presentation and visitors to grasp the major theme of the ancient American Art.


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