Art History in “The Fourth Kind”, perhaps?

Watched The Fourth Kind on Netflix.  I did see it in a theater when it first came out and watched it again when the streaming service made it available.  There, I found some scenes that I had forgotten about when I first saw the film.  Over a dramatically edited montage involving a “Sumerian exhibit”, actor Hakeem Kae-Kazim (who should narrate everything) claims these works contained evidence of an “alien-god”.

An article on Moviefone addresses this and other controversies surrounding the film.

What I want to know is, which location did the filmmakers shoot this montage of art? Hakeem’s character said “You can find them at any museum” but I want specifics.

If anyone knows, leave a comment and/or a link. While I haven’t found anything, I’m sure I’m not the only one on the internet wondering about this.

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