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  • 13September


    Tokyo National Museum Tokyo, Japan
    The Hidden Buddha of Rakuyaji Temple, Shiga

    Rakuyaji (Koka City, Shiga Prefecture), an ancient temple of the Tendai sect of Buddhism, has preserved twenty Buddhist statues from the Heian period (794–1192)  designated Important Cultural Properties. This number is outstanding even in Shiga Prefecture, where a many fine Buddhist statues remain to this day. This exhibition is the first opportunity to show all twenty of these statues outside Rakuyaji Temple. The principal deity, a Seated Juichimen Kannon Bosatsu (Ekadasamukha), is approximately three meters high, exhibiting overwhelming presence. It is a “hidden” statue that is usually kept behind large, heavy doors. Other works on exhibit include eleven other Kannon (Avalokitesvara) statues, a Standing Bishamon Ten (Vaisravana), which somehow gives a familiar impression, and a Seated Jizo Bosatsu (Ksitigarbha), which is an exceptional statue created in 1187. This exhibition shows, in one sweep, masterpieces of Heian-period Buddhist sculpture preserved in Rakuyaji Temple.

    More info : Tokyo National Museum
  • 25June


    The Museum of East Asian Art Bath, United Kingdom
    RED – Culture, History and Craftsmenship

    The colour red has a strong affiliation with China and it has played an important role in Chinese culture for centuries.

    The colour remains significant to the Chinese today. It is the primary colour on the flag of People's Republic of China and the colour is seen everywhere during the Lunar New Year.

    Most objects in the collection at the Museum of East Asian Art are of Chinese origin. Many are decorated with red colours, including ceramics, lacquerware, prints and paintings. This exhibition presents the materials used to produce red colours, explains the symbolism of the colour red and explores the rapid advancement of red wares during the Ming dynasty(1368-1644)

    More info : Museum of East Asian Art
  • 24June


    Peranakan Museum, Singapore Singapore, Singapore
    Nyonya Needlework: Embroidery and Beadwork in the Peranakan World

    This exhibition celebrates the art of nyona needlework, a vibrant part of Peranakan Chinese heritage. Spectacular curtains and hangings, deliate purses, handerchiefs, and slippers were painstakingly stitched with tiny beads, silk, and gold and silver threads for special occasions and as gifts.

    Some of the finese examples of nyonya needlework, from the peranakan Museum and major international collections, will be displayed. Visitors can discover the ingenuity and skill embedded in the art, the importance of tradition, and the innovations inspired by the dynamic, multicultural environment of the region.

    More info : Peranakan Museum, Singapore
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