News: buddhist art

  1. An eye for the tigers

    Exclusive rugs designed by contemporary artists take the tiger and traditional tiger rugs as inspiration—and, as Stephanie Douglas explains, aim to support the conservation of these awe-inspiring creatures.

  2. Tomorrow’s Tigers

    Last week at Sotheby’s, patron Lily Cole introduced Tomorrow’s Tigers – the WWF World Wide Fund for Nature’s new fundraising project in support of the TX2 goal—a global commitment to double tiger numbers in the wild by 2022.

  3. Carpet Auction at Henry’s, Mutterstadt, 10 June 2017

    Henry’s in Mutterstadt, Germany will hold its 9th International Special Auction of Rugs & Carpets on Saturday 10 June 2017. The 321 lots encompass a wide variety of late 19th and 20th-century Persian, Caucasian, Anatolian, Chinese, Tibetan and Turkmen rugs.

  4. From the Lands of Asia

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

  5. Cultures: The World Art Fair, Brussels

    For the first time, the three established fairs AAB (Asian Art in Brussels), BAAF (Brussels Ancient Art Fair) and BRUNEAF (Brussels Non European Art Fair) are joining together for ‘Cultures: The World Art Fair’ in Brussels, 8-12 June 2016.

  6. Tibet’s Secret Temple, Wellcome Collection, London

    Two striking Tibetan rugs are amongst the 120 objects that feature in ‘Tibet’s Secret Temple: Body, Mind and Meditation in Tantric Buddhism’ on show at Wellcome Collection, London to 28 February 2016.

  7. 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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