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Some comments. The article looks good in general, but it needs to cite its sources — many statements need to be properly referenced to ensure Wikipedia's reliability and verifiability. Some random examples (there are more, but you get the gist):

"The catalog remains a critical addition to Maya scholarship and is widely cited."
  • This statement needs to be backed up by a source, and at least a reference to the catalog itself should be included in the 'References' section.
"Following on this, in 1988 InterCultura negotiated the most extensive cultural exchange program ever signed between the then-Soviet Ministry of Culture and a private U.S. institution."
"most important exhibition of Medieval Russian art ever shown in the United States"
  • How is it going to be verified that it really was the most extensive cultural exchange program ever signed between... etc.? I trust that you have good reasons to hold this, but Wikipedia articles need to be independently verifiable in some way.

That's it for now. O, and it is also a good idea to give the article some context by linking to it from other relevant articles. — mark 21:06, 10 July 2005 (UTC)