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Perspectives: Lara Baladi Perspectives: Lara Baladi
August 29, 2015 – June 5, 2016

Egyptian-Lebanese artist Lara Baladi (born 1969) experiments with the photographic medium, investigating its history and its role in shaping perceptions of the Middle East—particularly Egypt, where she is based. This installation centers on Oum el Dounia (The Mother of the World), a large-scale tapestry based on a photographic collage.

Sackler Gallery
Art of the Gift: Recent Aquisitions
July 25, 2015 – December 13, 2015

Art of the Gift celebrates some of the recent and promised gifts made to the museums and archives. Objects on view range from centuries-old Buddhist sculptures from Japan, Southeast Asia, and Tibet to lacquer ware and contemporary photography from Iran.

Sackler Gallery
The Americans with Disabilities Act, 1990-2015 The Americans with Disabilities Act, 1990-2015
July 17, 2015 – December 14, 2015

As part the Smithsonian's commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, this display features objects from the national collections that capture the significance and legacy of the ADA through the stories of four people.

American History Museum
Engaging Minds—American College Mathematics Teaching Circa 1915
July 15, 2015 – Indefinitely

Americans are a numbered people living in a numbered world. In the early twentieth century, a growing use of numbers, combined with burgeoning high school enrollments and expanding technical education, encouraged the expansion of college math teaching.

American History Museum
Vietnam's Ceramics: Depth and Diversity
July 11, 2015 – TBA

The twenty-three works in this exhibition reflect the wide variety of form and decoration in vessels for cooking, dining, storage, transport, and ritual. Vietnamese ceramics have been traded across Southeast Asia and to West Asia and Japan since the fourteenth century.

Sackler Gallery

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