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The Collection Sculpture Garden Highlights

Exhibitions

Opened Thu Jan 14 2016

Asian Art 101
Discover the diverse facets of Asia through the Crow Collection’s 2015-2016 Asian Art 101 course. In this series of monthly introductory lectures, visiting scholars speak on the following twelve topics: art in the regions of India, China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, and the Himalayas; Contempora ...

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Sat Mar 14 2015 Tue Jul 28 2015

At Home and at Court: Chinese and Japanese Paintings from the Crow Collection
This exhibition draws on the museum's holdings of paintings from China and Japan, and explores the East Asian painting formats of hanging scrolls, hand scrolls, and folding screens. These mediums, and the traditional subjects of landscapes, religious figures, bird and flower compositions, and ...

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Opened Tue Jan 27 2015

India: Art, Time, Place
This exhibition presents a selection of choice works from the Museum’s permanent collection of art from India, focusing on a few significant time periods and geographic areas.

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Sat Jan 23 2016 Sun Apr 24 2016

Time and Eternity: Landscape Paintings by Bireswar Sen
Bireswar Sen (1887-1974) described his calling as an artist “to limn unerringly lines of beauty with a light that never was on land or sea.” And so he did. The artist achieved great delicacy of tone and rich emotional nuance in a body of work largely done at very small scale.

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Sat Sep 12 2015 Sun Mar 20 2016

Alexander Gorlizki: Variable Dimensions
Prepare to come unhinged, as the artist moves across formats, media, and sensations. Prepare to laugh at the absurdity of our need to rationalize, narrate, systematize, interpret.  Gorlizki will defy you with juxtapositions of elements garnered by his roving eye from world cultures, with particu ...

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Sat Mar 14 2015 Mon Aug 15 2016

Fundamental and Superfluous: The Arts of Life in China, Japan, and Korea
This exhibition examines works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection that present artistic imagery and auspicious symbolism as design elements embedded within sculptural objects with a functional purpose. These vases, chests, and objects d’art are imbued with symbols and beliefs of the ...

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Sat Apr 02 2016 Tue Aug 16 2016

Protecting Wisdom: Tibetan Book Covers from the MacLean Collection
Tibetan book cover design has more than a thousand-year history in which stylistic influences from Kashmir, India, Nepal, Central Asia, and later, China, were amalgamated into a uniquely Tibetan creation.

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Sat Sep 17 2016 Sun Feb 12 2017

Clay Between Two Seas: From the Abbasid Court to Puebla de los Angeles
This exhibition not only displays Talavera in its splendor, but also illuminates its often precarious past and glorious present. To look closely at one piece of Talavera – its design, shape and production – is to peer into a history that crosses cultural divides.

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