News: Asian ceramics

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    Islamic Art in Dallas

    The Keir Collection of Islamic Art Gallery opened at the Dallas Museum of Art on 18 April 2017, with a long-term installation in a new purpose-designed space dedicated to Islamic art. The new installation features more than 100 works from the Keir Collection, including a substantial number that have never previously been exhibited. Assembled over five… Read more »

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    Carpets and Islamic Art at the MIA, Doha

    ‘Imperial Threads: Motifs and Artisans from Turkey, Iran and India’, the current exhibition at the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar (15 March–4 November 2017), brings a new perspective to the MIA’s remarkable permanent collection.

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    Asian Art in London 2016

    The ten-day annual event Asian Art in London, 3-12 November 2016, unites dealers, auction houses and societies in a series of selling exhibitions, auctions, receptions, lectures and seminars complimented by museum exhibitions.

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    From the Lands of Asia

    An unusual exhibition opens in Canada at the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History in November 2016.

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    SF Tribal & Textile Art Show at 30

    The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show celebrates its 30th Anniversary at the Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center, from 18-21 February 2016.

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    PAD London 2015

    Sculptural, painterly and vintage textiles as seen in Berkeley Square at PAD London, 14 – 18 October 2015.

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    ARTIC Unveils New Islamic Galleries

    The Art Institute of Chicago has unveiled its new galleries for Islamic art, meaning that the museum’s permanent collection is back on show for the first time since 2012.

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    Asian Art in London

    In its 17th year Asian Art in London will once again make the city the focus of the international Asian art market when it launches at the British Museum on 30 October 2014 with a Gala party and private view of the current exhibition, Ming – 50 Years that Changed China. Antique and contemporary art, ceramics… Read more »

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    Ming: 50 years that changed China

    From 18 September – 5 January 2015, the British Museum will present Ming: 50 years that changed China in the new Sainsbury Exhibitions Gallery

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    Brussels Art Square

    26 – 27 September 2014 Brussels Art Square will welcome a select group of art dealers and galleries from England to exhibit alongside twelve residents of the Sablon.


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