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Asian art exhibitions

Left: Rodney Glick, Made Leno, Wayan Darmadi, Dewa Tirtayasa, Christopher Hill Everyone no 83 2009, Indonesia. Right: Lotus-clad Radha and Krishna c1700–10, India. From Conversations through the Asian collections

Conversations through the Asian collections

From 25 Oct 2014

Theatre of dreams, theatre of play: nō and kyōgen in Japan

14 Jun – 27 Jul 2014
31 July – 14 Sep 2014

Afghanistan: hidden treasures from the National Museum, Kabul

7 Mar – 15 Jun 2014

Khadim Ali: The haunted lotus

6 Mar – 1 Jun 2014

The connoisseur and the philanthropist: 30 years of the Sternberg Collection of Chinese Art

31 Jan – 27 Apr 2014

A Silk Road saga:the sarcophagus of Yu Hong

22 Aug – 10 Nov 2013

Soul of simplicity: seven centuries of Korean ceramics

8 Feb 2013 – 21 Apr 2014

Dadang Christanto: They give evidence

15 Sep 2012 – 7 July 2013

Kamisaka Sekka: dawn of modern Japanese design

22 Jun – 22 Jul & 25 Jul – 26 Aug 2012

Mother India: video plays by Nalini Malani

11 Feb – 20 May 2012

Dragon

18 Jan – 6 May 2012

One hundred flowers

1 Sep 2011 – 15 Jan 2012

Eikoh Hosoe: theatre of memory

12 May – 7 Aug 2011

Homage to the ancestors: ritual art from the Chu kingdom

4 Feb – 26 Apr 2011

The First Emperor: China’s entombed warriors

2 Dec 2010 – 13 March 2011

Homage to Rengetsu: Kevin Lincoln and Asian ceramics

27 Oct 2010 – 14 Feb 2011

The Indian Empire: multiple realities

19 Aug 2010 – 3 Jan 2011

Dadang Christanto: They give evidence

27 May – 18 Jul 2010

Hymn to beauty: the art of Utamaro

13 Feb – 2 May 2010

Garden and cosmos: the royal paintings of Jodhpur

29 Oct 2009 – 26 Jan 2010

Silk ikats from Central Asia: from the collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

2 Jul – 6 Oct 2009

Korean dreams: paintings and screens of the Joseon Dynasty

5 Mar – 8 Jun 2009

Genji: the world of the Shining Prince

12 Dec 2008 – 15 Feb 2009

Earlier exhibitions

See the Gallery’s archive website

Permanent galleries

We have two galleries dedicated to Asian art, located over two levels. Within them are displayed some of the finest moments in art in the rich history of Asia.

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