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Curator's Choice A guaíza: The tiny sculpture of a face found by archaeologists at an indigenous Dominican Republic houseThis creamy coloured face, found by archaeologists in the Caribbean, is roughly the size of half a hard-boiled egg and dates from the 13th or 14th century, says Alice Samson.10 April 2016
Object of the Week Object of the Week: A Polynesian fertility sculpture designed to carry a human skull and bonesIn 1821, islanders on the Polynesian island of Rurutu gave a group of British missionaries this figure of a deity. Lauded by Henry Moore, it is now on display at the British Museum.06 April 2016
News "They are angry for a reason": Artist who created portraits of migrants in Nottingham vows to love leave voters "as family"Read the thoughts of the migrants in Nottingham portrayed by Mahtab Hussain - the artist whose exhibition, Commonality of Strangers, opened in Sicily on the day of the referendum result.29 June 2016