The Cleveland Museum of Art has re-opened three galleries in its North Wing, marking the second-to-last “mile-stone” in the institution’s eight-year expansion and renovation project. The sprawling $350-million project will finish this December with the unveiling of the West Wing. In the meantime, the northern galleries offer visitors centuries of artful objects from civilizations too often overlooked by curators.

The North Wing can be divided roughly into three sections: Native American, Islamic, and Japanese and Korean art.

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