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“Asian Arts, the on-line journal for the study and exhibition of the
arts of Asia. [The site, est. early 1996, is an official Associate of
the Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library,
http://coombs.anu.edu.au/WWWVL-AsianStudies.html – ed.].
Asianart.com is dedicated to all aspects of Asian art. It is our
ambition to offer a forum for scholars, museums and commercial
galleries. We display highlights of exhibitions in public and private
institutions and galleries; present new discoveries by scholars and
connoisseurs; and, by providing space for private galleries to
present their works, offer the visitor a selection of fine Asian art
worldwide. […]
We welcome and encourage color photographs in material submitted for
publication. We also welcome letters and requests for information
from scholars visiting the site. […] Please feel free to post
letters on any subject; we particularly welcome enquiries with photos
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signed CHAT – Stan – Jan 16, 2011; ## Chinese Plate With Nonsense
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– Jan 18, 2011; # Re: Chinese Plate With Nonsense Mark – Arjan – Jan
18, 2011; ## Antique Chinese painting on silk – Paul – Jan 15, 2011;
# Antique Chinese painting on silk – rat – Jan 16, 2011; # Antique
Chinese painting on silk – Paul – Jan 16, 2011; # Antique Chinese
painting on silk – rat – Jan 18, 2011; ## Cloisonne Vase – Susan –
Jan 15, 2011; ## Cloisonne Vase – Susan – Jan 15, 2011; # Re:
Cloisonne Vase – Bill H – Jan 15, 2011; # Re: Re: Cloisonne Vase –
Susan – Jan 15, 2011);

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* [Notes by asianart.com] Exhibitions
[by date, most recent first] (# Buddhist Sculptures in Tibet; # The
Colours of Silence; # London: The Fall Season 2010; # Tradition
Transformed: Tibetan Artists Respond; # Brussels Oriental Art Fair
2010; # Confucius: His Life and Legacy in Art; # New York: Asia Week
2010; # Tracing the Past, Drawing the Future: Master Ink Painters in
20th–Century China; # Emerald Cities: Arts of Siam & Burma,
1775–1950; # The Ring of Fire; # London: The Fall Season 2009; #
Lungta — The Windhorse; A Painting Exhibition by Maureen Drdak; #
Lords of the Samurai; # Brussels Oriental Art Fair 2009; # Tibetan
Visions: Contemporary Painting from Tibet; # The Dragon’s Gift: The
Sacred Arts of Bhutan; # New York: Asia Week 2009; # Marvels of the
Malla Period: A Nepalese Renaissance 1200?1603; # London: The Fall
Season 2008; # Power and Glory: Court Arts of China’s Ming Dynasty; #
From the Land of the Gods: Art of the Kathmandu Valley; # Brussels
Oriental Art Fair 2008; # Condensation: Five Video Works by Chen
Chieh–jen; # Erasing Borders 2008: Exhibition of Contemporary Indian
Art of the Diaspora; # Drama and Desire: Japanese Paintings from the
Floating World 1690–1850; # New York: Asia Week 2008; # Mukti Singh
Thapa; # Waves on the Turquoise Lake: Contemporary Expressions of
Tibetan Art; # London: The Fall Season 2007; # Wutaishan: Pilgrimage
to Five Peak Mountain; # Lhasa Nights; # Brussels Oriental Art Fair
2007; # Awakenings: Zen Figure Painting in Medieval Japan; #
Celebrating the Next Generation of Japanese Bamboo Artists; # Masters
of Bamboo; # New York: Asia Week 2007; # Tibetan and Himalayan
Portraits: Nomads of Tibet and Bhutan; # Chimera: Paintings and
Drawings by Julie Rauer; # London: The Fall Season 2006; # Lhasa
Train; # Tibet: Treasures from Tibetan Monasteries; # Brussels
Oriental Art Fair 2006; # Warriors of the Himalayas: Rediscovering
the Arms and Armor of Tibet; # New York: Asia Week 2006; # Myths and
Rituals: Myth and ritualism in art from India to China; # London: The
Fall Season 2005; # Edge of Desire: Recent Art in India; # Little
Boy: The Arts of Japan’s Exploding Subculture; # Cast for Eternity:
Bronze Masterworks from India and the Himalayas; # Magic & Mystery in
Taos; # Tibetan Portraits; # Brussels Oriental Art Fair 2005; #
Providing For the Afterlife: ÔBrilliant Artifacts’ From Shandong; #
The Kingdom of Siam: The Art of Central Thailand; # New York: Asia
Week 2005; # Morning in the Barkhor: Photographs of Tibet; # When
Gold Blossoms: Indian Jewelry; # In the Realm of Gods and Kings: Arts
of India; # Japanese Season in the Israel Museum; # Splendors of
China’s Forbidden City; # London: The Fall Season 2004; #
Contemporary Painting from Tibet; # Kailas: Manasarovar & Tibet; #
Sanyu: l’ecriture du corps; # Sadhus: The Great Renouncers; #
Paradise Now? Contemporary Art From the Pacific; # New York: Asia
Week 2004; # Goryeo Dynasty: Korea’s Age of Enlightenment, 918 to
1392; # body.city — New Perspectives from India; # London: The Fall
Season 2003; # Focus: Asia — a collection of 19th century
photographs; # Tibet: Treasures from the Roof of the World; # Quiet
Beauty; # Recent Works by Zao Wou–Ki at Marlborough New York; # New
York: Asia Week 2003; # Window of the Sacred World: Marcel Nies; #
Lay Figures, Divine Images: Renzo Freschi; # London: The Fall Season
2002; # Tibet: Mountains and Valleys, Castles and Tents; # Court to
Caravan: Chinese Tomb Sculptures; # Tang Haywen: Paths of Ink; # New
York: Asia Week 2002; # Desire and Devotion; # Netsuke: from the
Toledo Museum; # Khumb Mela 2001; # London: the fall season 2001; #
China:One Hundred Treasures; # The Legacy of Absence; # Taoism and
The Arts of China; # The Theyyams of Malabar; # South Asian Diaspora
in North America; # Peace of Mind — Marcel Nies; # Behind The
Himalayas — Robert Powell; # Hirado Porcelain of Japan; # Family
Ties in Asian Textiles; # Paintings of Ladakh: Simon Pierse; # Sacred
Visions: Early Paintings from Central Tibet; # Maitres De L’Encre:
masters of ink; # The Sculptural Heritage of Tibet; # An exhibition
of Tibetan Calligraphy; # Chang Dai–chien in California; # Earth
Door, Sky Door — Robert Powell; # Survival of the Spirit — Nancy J.
Johnson; # Himalayan Visions — Philip Sugden; # Treasures of the
Chinese Scholar; # Tibet: Tradition and Change; # The Patan Museum; #
Janakpur Women’s Development Center; # Kathmandu Portfolio + 1.; #
The Tharu of the Tarai; # The Splendors of Imperial China; #
Guardians of the Sacred Word; # Kathmandu Valley Paintings — Robert
Powell; # Mustang — Thomas Laird & R. Powell; # Sculpture from a
Sacred Realm; # Lhasa Barkhor — Amina Tirana; # Lao Textiles
Revisited — Carol Cassidy; # Mongolia: The Legacy of Chinggis Khan;
# Heavens’ Embroidered Cloths; # Early Tibetan Mandalas);

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(# Allinger, Eva: Manuscript from the Yarlung Museum; # Alsop, Ian:
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Potala; # Alsop, Ian: The Metal Sculpture of the Khasa Mallas; #
Bagchee, S: M.F. Husain; # Baker, I.A: a hidden temple in Tibet; #
Bartholomew, T.T: Art of Mongolia; # Batton, S.S: Conservation of a
Buddhist Manuscript; # Bell, J: Baiya Monastery; # Bellezza, J.V:
Archaelogical discoveries; # Bellezza, J.V: The Ancient Rock Art of
Upper Tibet; # Bellezza, J.V: Thogchags; # Bellezza, John V.:
Changthang Circuit Expedition; # Bellezza, John V.: Metal and Stone
Vestiges; # Bharne, V. & Shimomura, I.: Wood and Transience; # Boyer,
M & Terrier, J.M.: Thangka Restoration and Conservation; # Bunker,
Emma C.: Tantric Hinduism in Khmer Culture; # Burkert, C., Gleason,
T.: The Tibet Artisan Initiative; # Cesarone, B.: Pata-Chitras of
Orissa; # Church, M. and Wiebenga, M., : A four-fold Vairocana in the
Rinchen Zangpo tradition; # Coburn, B: A New Ceiling for the Roof of
the World; # Cole, Thomas: A Voyage to Kanchipuram; # Conservation
and Digitisation of Rolled Palm Leaf Manuscripts in Nepal; # Davies,
Stevan: The Miniature Paintings of Mongolian Buddhism; # Deekshithar,
Raja: Indra’s Ratha in Melakkadambur, a Chola Masterpiece; #
Deekshithar, Raja: Mysterious Pavilion 2, The wonder continues; #
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astronomical events; # Deekshithar, Raja: Nageshvara Nataraja; 885; #
Deekshithar, Raja: Sphinxes in Indian Art and Tradition; # Dr
Ghysels, Marc: CT Scans in Art Work Appraisal; # Drdak, Maureen: The
Lungta Collaborative: The Living Blessings of Lo; # Fast, Adrienne:
Exaggerated Enmity in Early Modern Indonesian Painting; # Gach, Gary:
Hidden Meanings: Symbolism in Chinese Art; # Ganguly, Waltraud: Snake
earrings of India; # Guta, Thomas L.: Snowlions Dancing on Clouds; #
Guta, Thomas L.: The Weavers of Tradition; # Hagmuller, G.: Darkness
and Light; # Hanbury-Tenison, William: A Rarity in Chinese
Contemporary Art; # Heimsath, Kabir M.: Untitled Identities:
Contemporary Art in Lhasa; # Heitmann, Annette L.: A note on a
disputed Khmer sculpture; # Heller, Amy.: The Silver Jug of the Lhasa
Jokhang; # Heller, Amy: The Lhasa gtsug lag khang: Observations on
the Ancient wood Carvings; # Heller, Amy: Tracing the Reception and
Adaptation of Foreign esthetic elements in Tibetan sculpture; #
Henss, Michael: Tibet — Monasteries Open Their Treasure Rooms; #
Hoffman, Eric J.: Chinese Thumb Rings: From Battlefield to Jewelry
Box; # Hoffman, Eric J.: Old Chinese Jades: Real or Fake?; # Houseal,
J.: Vanishing Dances of Ladakh; # Kerin, Melissa: Reflections on Amy
Heller’s Early Himalayan Art; # Kirkpatrick, J: Ricksha Art; #
Knirck-Bumke, Krista: Stripes and Patterns; # Knirck-Bumke, Krista:
Victorious Durga; # Landsberg, S: An Indian Musical Instrument Maker;
# Lequindre, C. & Petit, M.: Shamans, Ancestors and Donors: A look at
tribal arts and cultures in old Asia; # Li, J: Images of Earth &
Water; # Li, J: Tsakli; # Logan, P: Tibetan Art & Architecture; #
Malla, Kamal P.: The Repousse Images from Pharping ; # Markel, S:
Correlating Paintings of Indian Decorative Objects; # Markel,
Stephen: Mughal Jades – A Technical and Sculptural Perspective; #
McCue, G.: Tashi Kabum; # Minissale, G: The Synthesis of European and
Mughal Art; # Murray, T: Masks of the Himalayas; # Pal, Pratapaditya:
A Painted Book Cover from Ancient Kashmir; # Pannier, Franc?ois:
Soma, Offertory and Elixir; # Paniker, Ana: Oriental Sacred Art and
the Art of Collecting in the West; # Pritzker, T: An Early stone
fragment; # Rauer, Julie: Fathomless Skin; # Rauer, Julie: Klee’s
Mandalas; # Rauer, Julie: Organic Avatar; # Rauer, Julie: The Last
Feast of Lady Dai; # Rauer, Julie: Through the Jalis; # Refojo,
Karla: West meets East: Making a Murti in Kathmandu; # Rubin, N.A:
Ghosts, Demons and Spirits in Japanese Lore; # Rubin, N.A: Whiff of
Luxury; # Sardar, H: Trance-Dancers of the Goddess Durga; #
Shimkhada, Deepak: The Future of Nepal’s ‘Living’ Goddess: Is Her
Death Necessary?; # Shrotriya, Alok and Xue-ying, Zhou: A Visit to
the Artistic treasures of Maiji Mountain caves; # Singer, J.C: a
Taglung Lama; # Singer, J.C: Early Portrait Painting in Tibet; #
Singer, James: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics; # Slusser, Mary S. &
Giambrone, James. A: Kuber Singh Shakya ; # Slusser, Mary S.:
Conservation Notes on Some Nepalese Paintings; # Slusser, Mary S.:
Seeing, Rather Than Looking At, Nepalese Art: The Figural Struts; #
Slusser, Mary S.: Steaming Down the Mekong; # Slusser, Mary S.: The
Lhasa gTsug lag khang (‘Jokhang’); # Smith, R: Wangden Meditation
Weaving; # Stiles, D.: Ivory Carving in Myanmar; # Stiles, Daniel:
Ivory Carving in Thailand; # Tamot, K & Alsop, I: an AD 185
sculpture; # Temple, T & Nguyen, L: Giant Thangkas; # Theophile, E.:
The ‘Art’ of Conservation; # Tracing the History of a Mughal Album
Page in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; # Vajracharya, Gautama
V.: Elements of Newar Buddhist Art; # Vajracharya, Gautama V.: The
Creatures of the Rain Rivers, Cloud Lakes; # Vora, Swapna: Amisha
Mehta: Rainbow Girl; # Vora, Swapna: Amitava: Days and seasons of the
self; # Vora, Swapna: Anish Kapoor: Stone Fire, Black Flame; # Vora,
Swapna: Anti matter? Kausik M’s universe; # Vora, Swapna: Antonio
Puri and The Tenth Door; # Vora, Swapna: Ayesha Durrani: The girl
next door; # Vora, Swapna: Caught in crosshairs: Pakistan’s Muhammad
Zeeshan; # Vora, Swapna: Chiru Chakravarty: Every day, judgment day;
# Vora, Swapna: Conversations with Raza at eighty five; # Vora,
Swapna: Found in translation, an interpreter of human maladies; #
Vora, Swapna: Jayashree Chakravarty: Herstory: Palimpsests of the
maps of memory; # Vora, Swapna: Kanwal Dhaliwal: Immigration; # Vora,
Swapna: Mahendra Mistry: Once upon a time; # Vora, Swapna: MF Husain:
In some of his own words; # Vora, Swapna: Natvar Bhavsar’s cosmos; #
Vora, Swapna: Om Soorya: Random Mirrors; # Vora, Swapna: Once we were
one; # Vora, Swapna: Padmanabh Bendre; # Vora, Swapna: Padmaputra
Ashok Shah: Saraswati’s son; # Vora, Swapna: Prasanta Sahu: Pushing
the envelope; # Vora, Swapna: Prema Murthy: Weaving the Web; # Vora,
Swapna: Raza’s runes: Visions of the self; # Vora, Swapna: Shelly
Jyoti and Mithila: The joy of decoration; # Vora, Swapna: Tenzin
Rigdol’s mandala: Particles of prayers; # Vora, Swapna: The Baldly
Beautiful 108 Dabbas of Bose Krishnamachari; # Vora, Swapna:
Unclaimed Territories; # von Schroeder, U. & Karsten, J.G.: The
Silver Jug of the Lhasa Jokhang: a Reply; # WAAC: Tibetan Thankas; #
Wegner, G.M: KU Department of Music; # Weldon, David: On recent
attributions to Aniko; # Worcester, Ted: Auspicious Carpets: A
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