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  • A walk through the High Museum of Art's permanent collection is a journey through time and across continents. Collections consist of more than 14,000 pieces and include 19th and 20th century American and decorative art, significant European pieces, modern and contemporary art, photography, African art and folk art.
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    • African Art

      African Art

      The High's African collection has grown to encompass the dynamic diversity of African art forms from ancient to contemporary.

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    • American Art

      American Art

      An independence of spirit not only defines America, but also its art.

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    • High Museum of Art: Decorative Arts & Design

      Decorative Arts & Design

      The High's Decorative Arts and Design collection is the most comprehensive survey of American decorative arts in the southeastern United States.

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    • European Art

      European Art

      The collection includes important works from Renaissance and Baroque artists like Bellini and Tiepolo to 19th century French impressionism including Monet and Pissarro.

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    • Folk Art

      Folk Art

      The High is the only major museum in North America to have a full-time curator specifically devoted to the field of folk and self-taught art.

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    • Modern & Contemporary Art

      Modern &
      Contemporary Art

      You don't need to travel to New York or Los Angeles to view breakthrough work by the major artists of Modern and Contemporary Art.

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    • Photography

      Photography

      Decisive moments in photography are yours for up close and personal viewing with the High's photography collection.

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    • Collections Research at the High

      Collections Research

      An investigation of selected objects in the different curatorial areas of the High Museum's permanent collection.

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