presents a special on-line exhibition for the annual spring Asian Art week in New York City.
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Bringing together leading Asian art dealers in the historical heart of Brussels - at the SABLON - for a series of gallery sales exhibitions and cultural activities.
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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.
Drawn from SBMA's collection and augmented by loans, the exhibition presents some 160 objects of diverse medium created over the past two millennia for temples, home worship, festivals, and roadside shrines.
From February 26–May 8, 2016, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco presents Bringing together for the first time two extremely rare 400-year-old maps that are the product of early interactions between European and Chinese scholars.
In the late 16th century, Jesuit missionaries traveled to China, where they learned about Chinese culture and shared scientific knowledge with their hosts.To kick off the 50th anniversary of the Asian Museum has mounted a triple-header to bridge numerous realms, East and West.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.The program includes conferences by specialists in Asian Art, in cooperation with museums and cultural institutions."Nepalese Seasons: Rain and Ritual" illuminates the deep interconnection between the natural environment, cultural traditions, and people of Nepal's Kathmandu Valley, as expressed through more than 50 works of art in the exhibition.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.From 2nd November to 11th November, London's leading Asian art dealers, auction houses and academic and cultural institutions will unite to present an exciting programme of gallery receptions, auctions, lectures, symposia and museum exhibitions.