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Asian art exhibitions from museums, galleries and universities can be found in these Asian Arts exhibitions pages. Parcours des Mondes is the most important show of tribal art by quality and diversity of its participants.

Over the past several years, Asian art specialists have again been included in the fair, where many international galleries join their colleagues in Paris in the Fine Arts neighborhood of St. Each gallery offers an intimate and personalized presentation of great masterpieces from Africa or Oceania, and now from Asia, ethnographic works of more affordable price, and other pieces sought after by collectors.

On-line exhibition from August 22, Printemps Asiatique Paris Based on the model of Asia Week New York and Asian Art in London, this new event will be articulated around a common calendar of exhibitions and auctions.

This annual week will allow collectors and amateurs to discover some of the most exciting pieces available on the market. The ambition of the Printemps Asiatique Paris is to assert the importance of the Asian art market in France, especially in the capital.

All artworks on sale will be vetted by a panel of international experts. The program includes conferences by specialists in Asian Art, in cooperation with museums and cultural institutions. On-line exhibition from May 07, New York: Asia Week Asianart.

Asia Week New York is a collaboration of top-tier Asian art specialists, major auction houses, and world-renowned museums and Asian cultural institutions. On-line exhibition from February 14, Crowns of the Vajra Masters: Five examples presented in this exhibition create a cosmic field into which viewers enter, encircled by paintings of ritual performance.

The exhibition is occasioned by the recent acquisition of a superb early Vajracarya crown dating to the 13th or early 14th century; this is joined by an 18th-century crown already in the collection and two others recently discovered in the Department of Arms and Armor. Bronze and wooden ritual utensils, Nepalese cloth paintings, and archival photographs of ritual enactment complete the exhibition.

On-line exhibition from February 01, Paul Walter: Collector and Donor Paul Walter was a prodigious collector of all kinds of fine art, with a special emphasis on the arts of Asia, as was chronicled in Dr. He was also, as Dr. Pal described, an extraordinarily generous donor. This on-line exhibition is designed as an extension of Dr. On-line exhibition from January 25, Centuries of Opulence: Showcasing more than years of adornment in India, the exhibit explores the original sources of the diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires and other gems decorating these pieces, their religious and cultural symbolism, the wars fought for them and the historical tradition of gemology - the study of gems - in India.

On-line exhibition from October 27, London: Sample of the magnificent selection of Asian antiques from: India; Islam; China; Japan; the Himalayas and Korea, spanning some years of culture - including ceramics, furniture, glass, jade, jewellery, manuscripts, metalwork, paintings, screens, stone carvings and textiles.

On-line exhibition from September 22, Parcours des Mondes Photographs from the s expeditions Giuseppe Tucci was the most illustrious Italian scholar of Tibetan art and religion. Between and Tucci made eight expeditions to Tibet and six to Nepal, translated the fundamental religious texts of Tibetan Buddhism, and in founded the Museo Nazionale di Arte Orientale in Rome.

The exhibition presents 20 black-and-white photographs taken in the s during his exploration trips to Ladakh India and Tibet. This on-line only exhibition serves as a visual record of some of the donations of four of the most generous of these Hollywood donors: The Center for Asian Art in the Dr. Helga Wall-Apelt Gallery is a state-of-the-art facility for the display, conservation and storage of Asian Art, and is a wonderful recent addition to the Asian art scene in the United States.

On-line exhibition from April 26, New York: On-line exhibition from February 01, The Rama Epic: Hero, Heroine, Ally, Foe The Rama Epic — organized by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco — is unprecedented in scale and scope, with sculptures and paintings, masks, puppets, and examples of temple architecture.

Objects and artworks originate from India, Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia, and are borrowed from museums across the U. Drawing Rama highlights modern interpretations of the epic from five Bay Area illustrators. The exhibition is reviewed by Gary Gach. On-line exhibition from November 28, London: On-line exhibition from October 06, Monumental Lhasa: Fortress, Palace, Temple Bringing together over 50 works of art and photographs from the Rubin Museum collection as well as public and private collections across Europe and North America, Monumental Lhasa revives one of the original functions of these images—to transmit the holy city of Lhasa and other sacred sites to a remote audience.

Spanning art that ranges from pilgrimage maps to photo albums, the exhibition explores how images contribute to the iconic character, familiarity, and power of important landmarks. On-line exhibition from September 05, Parcours des Mondes On-line exhibition from May 16, Nepalese Seasons: Rain and Ritual "Nepalese Seasons: Nepal, situated on the southern slope of the Himalayas, is dependent on monsoon rain, and "Nepalese Seasons" is the first exhibition of its kind dedicated to exploring Nepalese works of art in the context of the seasons and related rituals.

On-line exhibition from May 06, Puja and Piety: Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist Art from the Indian Subcontinent Puja and Piety celebrates the complexity of South Asian representation and iconography by examining the relationship between aesthetic expression and the devotional practice, or puja, in the three native religions of the Indian subcontinent. To kick off the 50th anniversary of the Asian Museum has mounted a triple-header to bridge numerous realms, East and West.

On-line exhibition from April 17, Pearls on a String: Artists, Patrons, and Poets at the Great Islamic Courts In the cosmopolitan Islamic world of the 16th through 18th centuries, the exciting global exchange of people, ideas and technologies resulted in an atmosphere ripe for innovation. Artists, Patrons, and Poets at the Great Islamic Courts, an exhibition telling the personal stories of three creative individuals who flourished within these stimulating societies.

On-line exhibition from April 17, China at the Center: In the late 16th century, Jesuit missionaries traveled to China, where they learned about Chinese culture and shared scientific knowledge with their hosts. China at the Center presents two maps that were the result of this cross-cultural exchange: On-line exhibition from April 17, Hidden Gold: Mining Its Meaning in Asian Art presents approximately 50 artworks that feature gold in a variety of artistic contexts.

Spanning 1, years of history and diverse Asian cultures, the exhibition investigates the universal regard for this precious metal and the unique physical and symbolic aspects that make it suitable for so many artistic purposes. On-line exhibition from April 17, New York: On-line exhibition from February 23, London: On-line exhibition from October 05, First Look: Collecting Contemporary at the Asian.

On-line exhibition from August 24, 28 Chinese 28 Chinese offers glimpses of Chinese contemporary art through the works of 28 artists, ranging from those new to the spotlight like Liu Wei, He Xiangyu and Xu Zhen to the internationally acclaimed Zhang Huan and Ai Weiwei.

These artists have made a significant impact on the art world and expanded definitions of Chinese contemporary art. On-line exhibition from July 07, Seduction: Through more than 50 artworks from the acclaimed John C. Weber Collection, visitors can encounter the alluring realm known as the "floating world," notably its famed pleasure quarter, the Yoshiwara. Ukiyo-e from the Grabhorn Collection San Francisco art collector Edwin Grabhorn — brought a unique perspective to his search for fine Japanese woodblock prints.

Serving as co-founder of Grabhorn Press, a printing firm based in the city, he was acutely attuned to the technical side of printmaking. Ukiyo-e from the Grabhorn Collection, an original exhibition showcasing 88 superb prints acquired by the museum in On-line exhibition from June 06, New York: On-line exhibition from February 11, Ritual Offerings in Tibetan Art Tibetan religious paintings thangka , illuminated manuscripts, temple and monastic furniture, and detailed murals frequently depict myriad ritual objects and symbolic offerings to the protective deities in Buddhism known as the dharmapala, who are believed to defend and foster the religion.

These evocative works of art were created for use during ceremonies performed primarily to obtain mundane blessings, such as to attain wealth or avert calamities, or to overcome negative spiritual forces hindering enlightenment. On-line exhibition from November 14, London: On-line exhibition from May 27, Yoga: The Art of Transformation, the first major art exhibition to explore yoga and its historical transformation over the past 2, years through more than rare and compelling artworks.

On-line exhibition from April 10, New York: On-line exhibition from March 04, In the Land of Snow: On-line exhibition from February 14, London: On-line exhibition from May 27, New York: On-line exhibition from February 28, Out of Character: Decoding Chinese Calligraphy Out of Character: Decoding Chinese Calligraphy is a compelling exhibition examining the complexities of this time-honored art form through 40 calligraphies—including 15 noted masterworks, many on public view for the first time—all borrowed from the significant collection of Bay Area entrepreneur Jerry Yang.

The calligraphies are supplemented with three major abstract expressionist paintings, plus a newly commissioned video installation by acclaimed international contemporary artist Xu Bing. On-line exhibition from February 05, London: Fair asbl, June 6th - 10th, , an event created by international specialists in Oriental Art. The aim of the galleries subscribing to the event is to share their knowledge with the visitors and to promote the understanding of Oriental Art.

On-line exhibition from May 18, New York: Maharaja is the first exhibition to explore comprehensively the world of the maharajas and their unique culture of artistic patronage. On-line exhibition from February 09, Mukhalinga: Ritual bronzes of South India The lingam signs the presence of the invisible, transcendental Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction. But in reality it combines the three functions of creation, defence and destruction.

The term indicates an emblem, a symbol of Shiva, sign of the male sex: On-line exhibition from October 31, London: On-line exhibition from October 13, Bhuta: In contrast to religions in which unanimated idols are worshipped, bhuta ceremonies or bhuta kola are characterized by the interaction between the audience and the oracle who receives the invoked spirit.

Through the voice of this oracle, the bhuta answers practical questions, solves quarrels and thus acts as a judge whose word cannot be discussed. On-line exhibition from August 04, Bali:

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