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Body of Devotion: The Cosmic Buddha In 3D

  ON CHRISTMAS EVE 1923, Carl Whiting Bishop, the Freer Gallery of Art’s first curator, acquired a sculpture of ‘the Cosmic Buddha’, or Vairochana in Beijing. A headless, life-...

Exporting Beauty: Japanese Gardens

JAPANESE FLOWERS - and their place in the home and garden - have long fascinated horticulturalists from Europe and America. In his 1892 essay In a Japanese Garden, writer and translator Lafcadio Hearn...

Krishna in the Garden of Assam

KRISHNA IN THE Garden of Assam: the Cultural Context of an Indian Textile explores the cultural history of Assam through an exhibition at the British Museum centred on a rare 17th-century woven silk t...

Puja & Piety: Hindu, Jain and Buddhist Art from the Indian Subcontinent

TO CELEBRATE ITS 75th anniversary this year, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA) has curated an exhibition of Indian art (on display until August), exploring the relationship between aesthetic expr...
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