Funerary mask, 10th–11th century Peru, Sicán (Lambayeque), gold, copper overlays, cinnabar, 29.2 x 49.5 cm, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The ART 100: Art Appreciation and Techniques series introduces you to visual art and its practices across cultures.
This ART 103: Art in our world and beyond micro-course is the third of the series and looks at the context and analysis of artworks to explore the meaning behind them. It also examines how art relates to and interprets nature, the body, identity, sexuality, politics, power, beliefs and imagination, mortality, the spirit, and fantasy.
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