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Close-Ups
Noise by
Maryan W. Ainsworth
, curator

Jan van Eyck and Workshop Assistant (Netherlandish): The Crucifixion; The Last Judgment

Van Eyck has really broken the silence.
#55
Photography by
Anna-Marie Kellen
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Clips
Phenomenon by
Bradley Strauchen-Scherer
, curator

Bartolomeo Cristofori (Italian): Grand Piano

It’s completely intuitive; it’s very responsive; it’s incredibly intimate.
#56
Photography by
Joseph Coscia, Jr.
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Sounds
Gratitude by
J. Kenneth Moore
, curator

Goto Teijo (Japanese): Koto

This object has art, it has music, it’s got myth, but behind all that there’s a very human story.
#46
Photography by
Karin L. Willis
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On Site
Playing from Memory by
Eric Kjellgren
, curator

Slit Gong (Atingting kon) [Tin Mweleun; Vanuatu, Ambrym Island]

The ancestors watch over human activities, but are also connected with the larger workings of the cosmos.
#33
Photography by
Oi-Cheong Lee
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On Site
Modern Living by
Amelia Peck
, curator

Frank Lloyd Wright (American): Living room from the Little House, Wayzata, Minnesota

This was my first step into modernism, which after this I began to appreciate more and more.
#2
Photography by
Peter Zeray
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String Theory by
Jayson Kerr Dobney
, curator

Hermann Hauser (German): Guitar

I listen to him play and I just get this profound respect.
#3
Photography by
Joseph Coscia, Jr.
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Winners and Losers by
Xavier Salomon
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian): The Triumph of Marius

Tiepolo’s style, and the same is true for opera, is that more is more.
#5
Photography by
Oi-Cheong Lee
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