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By participating in the Detroit Institute of Arts’ comment area, whether in person at the Museum or via the DIA Website or any other affiliated sites, you agree to comply with the rules listed below. The Detroit Institute of Arts may revise these rules from time to time.

 

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Kenro Izu, born Japan; Borobudur (detail), Java, 1996; platinum palladium print on watercolor paper. © Kenro Izu. Courtesy of the Howard Greenberg Gallery

1 Response to “Comment Guidelines”


  1. 1 kparrelly July 29, 2008 at 7:30 am

    I am proud that living in the USA today that we can still express our ideas, thoughts, creativity in an artistic way and leave people to ponder their ideas in translation.


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