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Cerámica de la Tierra, presented by the American Museum of Ceramic Art, examines Mesoamerican and South American ceramics coupled with a glimpse of contemporary ceramic expressions rooted in pre-Columbian traditions. This exhibition, supported by the James Irvine Foundation, will unveil a large, rarely-seen, private collection of pre-Columbian works, replete with examples of ceramic tomb sculptures, wind instruments, and vessels. Ranging from 1200 BC to 1600 AD, these antiquities represent the Maya culture; West Mexico – Jalisco, Colima, and Nayarit, Vera Cruz; Teotihuacán; and northern Peru. To place these cultures in their anthropological and historical context, key facts and information accompany the displayed items.
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