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Collecting Ancient Art in the 21st Century

NEW YORK, March 18, 2012 — International art dealers, curators, legal experts and scholars Naman Ahuja, Kate Fitz Gibbon, Kurt A. Gitter, Arthur Houghton, James Lally, James McAndrew, Julian Raby and Marc Wilson discuss the contemporary environment for collecting ancient art. Moderated by Asia Society President Vishakha Desai and Asia Society Museum Director Melissa Chiu. (2 hrs., 5 min.)

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