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Four-lobed oval box with deer and lion decoration. China. Tang dynasty, ca. 825–50. Silver, parcel-gilt. H. 1 x W. 3 1/2 x D. 2 1/2 in. (2.5 x 8.9 x 6.4 cm).
Long-necked ewer. China, probably Henan Province. Gongxian kilns. Tang dynasty, ca. 825–50. Glazed stoneware with copper-green splashes over white slip. H. 40 1/2 x W. 9 x D. 10 1/4 in. (102 x 23 x 26 cm).
Court Lady. Tang period (618–906), 8th century. North China. Earthenware with multicolored lead glazes and traces of pigment (sancai ware). H. 14 1/8 x W. 5 3/4 x D. 5 1/8 in. (35.9 x 14.6 x 13 cm).
2017 Exhibitions & Special Events
This exhibition introduces the precious contents of a shipwreck discovered in the Java Sea to U.S. audiences.
This presentation of exquisite gold and silver objects, sancai ceramics, and stoneware from the Asia Society Museum Collection showcases the artistry of Tang Dynasty China.
Three single-channel video works by Eko Nugroho from the Asia Society Museum Collection.
Asia Society commissioned acclaimed Indonesian contemporary artist Eko Nugroho to create a new site-specific mural on the walls of the Visitor Center.
A selection of the finest artworks from the renowned Asia Society Museum Collection.
The Educated Art Buyer: Smart Collecting Practices in the Twenty-first Century
Over the past decade regulations related to art acquisition and transport across borders have become increasingly complex. Join Adriana Proser, John H. Foster Senior Curator for Traditional Asian Art; Clare McGowan, Senior Registrar and Collections Manager at Asia Society; and Sharon Flescher, Executive Director of the International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR), as they discuss steps that can be taken to become an educated art consumer in today’s world.
In celebration of Secrets of the Sea: A Tang Shipwreck and Early Trade in Asia.
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