Tempus Fugit:Time Flies

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Tempus Fugit:Time Flies

According to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art "Tempus Fugit: Time Flies was a three-part exhibition examining time as both natural phenomenon and cultural idea in works of art dating from 900 BCE to the present."

"Divided among 20th-century Time, World Times and Conservation Time, the exhibition allowed visitors to experience the movement of time and discover the different ways time is viewed around the world."

The online exhibition Tempus Fugit:Time Flies is adapted from the original, exhibition organized by The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. View the online version here.