Profile: Tehching Hsieh. Light of the Suffis in Brooklyn, New York. Post-Second World War photography in Southeast Asia. Islamic art at this year’s Venice Biennale. The new Buddhist Galleries at the V&A London. Art as a Message in Asia and Europe, 1500-1700, in Vienna. Garden and Cosmos, royal court paintings from Jodhpur at the British Museum. London. South Indian dance masks on show in Zurich. Modern Metropolis, the rise of two cities – Shanghai and Hong Kong, in Hong Kong. Silk Stories, the Jan Dees collection of kimonos in Rotterdam. Discovering Ganesha at Peabody Essex Museum; Salem. Meiji. Japan around 1900 at MAK, Vienna; Of Snow, Gold and Sky Blue at the Guimet, Paris. Ai Wei Wei. According to What? At the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; The Tsars and the East: Gifts from Turkey and Iran in the Moscos Kremlin, at the Sackler Gallery, Washington DC; Strike a Pose! The Human Form in Japanese Art at the Morikami Museum in Delray Beach, Florida; Treasures from the Ise Shrine at Tokyo National Museum; Kazakh Craftswomen of Mongolia’s Rich Cradle, at SOAS, London. Art of Esoteric Buddhism at the Museum for East Asian Art, Cologne. Fairs in London and New Delhi. Islamic Arts Diary. Hong Kong Spring sales reviews.