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New Work: ‘Doris Duke’s Shangri La’

The book features notable artifacts from the collection, including this religious manuscript from North Africa, dated 1481-82.

By Brian Parker | Published October 26, 2012 | Full size is 620 × 400 pixels

The book features notable artifacts from the collection, including this religious manuscript from North Africa, dated 1481-82.

The book features an extensive portfolio of Tim Street-Porter's new photography of the house. Here, a view of the Pacific from the balcony off the Damascus Room. Opening spread of an essay by the exhibition curators Thomas Mellins and Donald Albrecht about Doris Duke's "inventive synthesis" at Shangri La. At left, a photo of the dining room by Tim Street-Porter. Bookmark the permalink.

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