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April 2013

Cover news:
National Gallery of Victoria Open New Asian Galleries

 

Cover: National Gallery of Victoria Open New Asian Galleries

Profile: the Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich. The re-opening of the Rijksmuseum and the new Asian Pavilion, in Amsterdam. In conversation with Risham Syed, winner of the Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2012. Enlightened Ways: the many streams of Buddhist art in Thailand, on show in Singapore. Modern Indian Art in New York and Salem, MA. Lady Impey’s bird paintings, on show in Oxford. An American Expedition to Northern Burma, 1935, in New York. An interview with the classical Chinese painter Xu Longsen. Samurai! Japanese armour on show at the MFA in Boston. Auctions and Fairs. Listings. Islamic Arts Diary.

Enlightened Ways: The Many Streams of Buddhist Art in Thailand
  THIS EXHIBITION surveys 1,500 years of Buddhist art in Thailand. It is the culmination of close collaboration with the Thai Fine Arts department and 11 national museums. The show includes unpu...
On the Cusp
  ‘Calcutta,’ wrote Sir Robert Clive,‘is one of the most wicked places in the Universe… Rapacious and Luxurious beyond conception’.   IN THE LATE 18th cent...
Samurai! Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection
    THIS REMARKABLE COLLECTION of Japanese armour is probably the finest in private hands outside of Japan. It was first exhibited in Paris last year, then Québec, and the Paris ins...
The Rijksmuseum Reopens
  THE NEW Rijksmuseum officially reopens on 13 April in Amsterdam, after a 10-year transformation. During that time, the museum underwent a complete modernisation as it was rebuilt, renovated an...
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