The official exhibition catalogue takes the most expansive and inclusive vision of how many art practices have historically intersected with Islam and how they continue to do so. Through key works of art, this publication examines trade relationships between regions as well as intercultural exchanges within smaller geographic areas.
Circles Exhibition Preview
Thursday, January 24 | 6–7:30 pm
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Friday, January 25 | 10 am–5 pm
Saturday, January 26 | 9:30 am–noon
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$20 — Senior Citizens (Ages 65+)
$18 — Students (with ID)
$14 — Children (Ages 6-17)
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Molded Luster Tile with Sentence Fragment in Raised Calligraphy, Floral and Geometric Motifs, Kashan, Iran, first half of the 13th century. Molded fritware polychrome painted over white slip under transparent glaze. Newark Museum Purchase, Gift of Herman A. E. Jaehne and Paul C. Jaehne.
A Single Earring with Floral Motifs (double-sided image), Iran, Qajar Period (1789–1925). Gold, enamel, pearls. Newark Museum Purchase.
Wall Tile with Turquoise Saz Leaf, Blue Hyacinth, and Sections of Red and Blue Palmettes, Iznik, Turkey, late 16th or early 17th century, Ottoman Period (1299–1922). Fritware polychrome painted over white slip under transparent glaze. Newark Museum Purchase.