Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia
This exceedingly important and rapturously beautiful show represents a period in the cultural history of Southeast Asia that has very rarely been studied before: the spread of Hindu and Buddhist art from India to the southeast from the fifth to the eighth centuries AD. The show overflows with serene and exotic statues, many never previously seen in America or Europe. This is a landmark exhibition that scholars and other visitors will remember and discuss for many years to come.
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