Discover the lost histories of the Americas from ancient Peru to present-day New York.
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Metaphorically therefore, it could be argued that Rauschenberg was erasing not just a drawing, but this very idea of artistic, masculine authorship.
This stunning building was replaced with a hated underground station—now New York protects its landmarks.
The long forgotten residents of Seneca Village were evicted to make way for Central Park.
Peru was a cradle of civilization, but even now their cultural heritage is under constant threat.
Vast federal lands, private ownership, and a hungry art market make heritage protection a challenge.
Grave robbing destroyed much of the archaeological context in Sicán—can what remains unlock the past?
Archaeological sites are under constant threat from human and natural forces.
The Spanish destroyed the main Aztec temple: an expression of spiritual and political conquest.