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Ten art exhibits to check out this fall

By GREG COOK  |  September 17, 2012
 

Fall-Art-Parsis

"PARSIS: THE ZOROASTRIANS OF INDIA" » Zoroastrians once numbered in the millions. Sooni Taraporevala's photos reveal the remaining adherents of a three-millennia-old faith feared to be heading toward extinction. Taraporevala will be interviewed on the opening night of the exhibition at 6 pm by Harvard professor Homi Bhabha. October 25–December 20 :: Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts ::ves.fas.harvard.edu/ccva.html

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