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Episode 429

  • Aired: 05/19/2016
  • 26:48
  • Rating: NR
Kim Sajet, National Portrait Gallery, D.C. John Gurche’s art of the mythic Paleolithic. The U.S. premiere exhibit of Parviz Tanavoli, the “Father” of modern Iranian sculpture. Plus, an Ohioan who makes eccentric doll doppelgangers, and a former 18th century slave-owning plantation turned artist colony - history in a house.
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Art of mythic Paleolithic, Father of modern Iranian sculpture, eccentric doll doppelganger
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