The First Emperor: China’s Terracotta Army, through April 19, 2009. The archaeological examples including warriors from the terracotta army, court officials, acrobats, musicians, terracotta chariot horses, and bronze water birds discovered beside the complex's underground river. Showcasing over 100 works.
The Treasure of Ulysses Davis, through April 5, 2009. Ulysses Davis made his living as a Savannah barber. By night, he was a self-taught artist who created a body of more than 300 highly refined pieces, often with improvised tools, that reflects his rich imagination and humor as a sculptor.
Louvre Atlanta: The Louvre and the Masterpiece, through September 6, 2009. Featuring 91 works from the Musée du Louvre in Paris. Spanning 4,000 years, this exhibition draws from all eight of the Louvre’s collection areas, including paintings, sculpture, decorative arts and drawings.
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