Divine Pathways: South and Southeast Asian Art

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Nandi Bull, Indonesia, ca. 9th century, Volcanic stone, 1982.64

For more than a thousand years, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism were influential in the artistic production of various parts of South and Southeast Asia. In celebration of the enduring legacy of these philosophical and religious traditions, this exhibition features a variety of works in different media from India, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and Indonesia.

This exhibition is curated by Jacqueline Chao, Curator of Asian Art, and Qing Chang, Research Curator, and organized by the Crow Collection of Asian Art.