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National Museum of the American Indian


2004 -2006

New York, New York


This exhibition filled three galleries of the historic Customs Building at Bowling Green. Imrey Culbert, with museum curators and artists, defined seven principals to frame the exhibit. Over 200 artifacts of 19th and 20th C. Native American art in a wide range of media were chosen from the Diker Collection. The dynamic exhibit flow, casework design, and lighting concept work to emphasize the objects as art works rather than ethnographic objects. The exhibit features doubled sided cases, "tuning fork" pedestals, and "ribbon" cases to define visitor flow.

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