It’s in Saint-Germain-des-Près, underneath the impetus of its director Jean-Christophe Argillet, that the Furstenberg Gallery gives fans and aesthetes alike the chance to find sure works created by the peoples of the central and southern continent of America, earlier than the invention of the continent by Christopher Columbus in 1492.
This so-called “Pre-Columbian” artwork permits a journey by time and house, for the reason that gallery presents round sixty items from Mexico, the Maya zone, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru.
These items have been comprised of terracotta, stone, wooden, some textiles, and for a few of luxurious supplies resembling jade and gold. A intentionally eclectic choice to disclose the richness of those misplaced civilisations.
Testimonies of the previous to be found in a gallery the place the curious can fulfill their thirst for data, whereas specialists will undoubtedly discover a piece of alternative so as to add to their assortment.
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