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For curators, the quest to build 'Golden Kingdoms' for Getty exhibit leads to stunning surprises

The Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA centerpiece exhibition at the Getty looks at the concept of luxury in ancient cultures across North and South America, with an emphasis on communities that prized feathers, shells or other everyday objects as much or more than precious metals.
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