Fragments from the Past at UMMA

For the next several months, the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) will exhibit Islamic art that showcases the beauty and complexity of everyday objects from the eighth through the 19th centuries. A collaborative effort, UMMA will host the exhibition of objects from the Kelsey Museum of Architecture in its glass-walled Stenn Gallery. This exhibition is part of the UM Collections Collaborations series, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, where the UMMA showcases the diversity of the University’s art collections.

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