On View
Mar 27, 2004–May 23, 2004

Ancient Peruvian art, including ceramics and textiles, often depicted battle scenes, triumphal processions, and warriors carrying trophy heads. This exhibition, held in conjunction with the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities' year-long theme of “Violence,” investigated the meaning behind this iconography. From KAM's Featured Works Series (XVI).

Exhibition programming

May 9
1 pm: Second Sunday Gallery Tour
Guided tour of the exhibition by Helaine Silverman, exhibition curator


Guest curator: Helaine Silverman