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— by Catherine Lambert: At first, when you look at the moon, it’s just a bright shape in the sky. Then you notice its patterns and form: the light that defines its phase, the seas and craters that define its geography.
So, too, with the National Gallery of Victoria’s new acquisition, the jewel in the crown of its Korean collection: a moon jar…
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