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International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza Viale Baccarini 19 – 48018 Faenza RA, Italy
Featuring 300 pieces, including a large number of earthenware vessels and sculptures (some of which have never been exhibited before), Aztecs, Maya, Inca and the Cultures of Ancient America at the International Museum of Ceramics (MIC) in Faenza, Italy, is a celebration of pre-Colombian civilisations. The exhibition aims to help viewers see these artefacts as works of art rather than purely as archeological finds, and to explore these cultures in their pre-colonisation state.
Until 28 April
Pictured: a Nazca terracotta bottle in the form of a falcon, c.100BC–AD600