Asian Art in Brussels

VIDEOS

Lectures on art and interviews with Collectors, Curators and Experts

An interview with Dr. Pratapaditya Pal about a life dedicated to curating art



An interview with a world specialist of Indian, the Himalayas and South East Asia Art, former Curator of Boston Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago... and prolific author.

Filmed in Brussels at Costermans during the lectures series organized by 
Asian Art in Brussels and Brussels Ancient Art Fairs.

An interview directed and edited by Matthieu Wolmark,
Produced by Olga Polunin and Matthieu Wolmark (BIAPAL asbl) 
for Asian Art in Brussels and Brussels Ancient Art Fair.


"Crafting Chinese Buddhist Sculpture: Case Studies from the Metropolitan Museum of Art" Denise Patry Leidy



"Hidden Treasures from the Floating World" Nathalie Vandeperre
"From India to Continental Southeast Asia: the Diffusion of Buddhist Iconography" Pierre Baptiste

Amy Heller interview

Supernatural Themes in Manjū Netsuke from the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford by Joyce Seaman
On Khmer Sculpture – Personal comments on a life-long journey by Dr. W. Felten and Dr. S. Schreiber
Dr. Amy Heller : The Sculptures of Western Tibet in the 11th to 13th centuries and their artistic debt to Kashmir
Max Rutherston: How Scorn turn to Love ...
The Powerful Impact of Netsuke
David Pritzker : The Material Culture in The Royal Nomadic Court of Imperial Tibet (7th-9th)
Prof. François Picard : La place des temples dans la circulation des musiques en Chine
Dr. Irka Hajdas : Radiocarbon Dating of 'old' and 'young' - an overview of applications in archaeology and art


Pair of enameled basins, Qianlong period
Kisaragi Hanaire by Otagaki Rengetsu
Apsara, India, c.10th-11th AD
Lokesvara, the Bodhisatva of infinite compassion
Sceptre handle representing ox on a drum

Maps of East Asia in the early to mid-Nineteenth Century by Dr. Richard Pegg





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