[Exhibition] Gold from Java - Silver from Batavia, The Hauge

[Exhibition] Gold from Java – Silver from Batavia, The Hauge

An exhibition at the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, is presently showcasing for the first time, the beautiful gold Javanese jewellery of the pre-colonial Javanese courts in contrast to silver objects made for 17th and 18th century functionaries of the Dutch East India Company (VOC).  Read More

National Museum, Yangon, Myanmar

National Museum, Yangon, Myanmar

The National Museum Yangon was first inaugurated in June 1952. There are 14 permanent galleries in the museum which is located on 66/74 Pyay Road, Yangon.   Read More

Seoul Baekje Museum, Korea

Seoul Baekje Museum, Korea

The Seoul Baekje Museum presents Seoul’s ancient history and culture with focus on the Hanseong period (18BCE-475CE) of the Baekje kingdom. The focus on this period is because this was the time when the area of present-day Seoul became the Baekje capital city.  Read More

Cité de la céramique – Sèvres and Limoges, France

Cité de la céramique – Sèvres and Limoges, France

Cité de lq céramique – Sèvres et Limoges is an institution formed by three different institutions – the National Museum of Ceramics of Sèvres, the National Manufacture of Porcelain of Sèvres, and the National Museum Adrien Doubouché in Limoges.  Read More

[Paris Exhibition] Cooking and Eating in China

[Paris Exhibition] Cooking and Eating in China

The Seductions of the Palate presents Chinese culinary traditions through a hundred objects mainly from the National Museum of China’s permanent collection, and complemented by a selection of works from the musée des Arts asiatiques Guimet, Paris, France.  Read More

[Conference] UMAC 2012 Singapore

[Conference] UMAC 2012 Singapore

The XII Annual Meeting of the International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC) 2012 will be held in Singapore on the 10 to 12 October 2012 at the National University of Singapore.  Read More

National Museum, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

National Museum, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

The National Museum in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, has been under instruction since March, 2010 and scheduled to open in a few years’ time.   Read More

[Exhibition] Fascinated by Blue and White

[Exhibition] Fascinated by Blue and White

At the Museum of Islamic Art, Pergamonmuseum in Berlin, this exhibition explores the fascination the Islamic world had for blue and white porcelain imported from China. These attractive high-fired ceramics which made their first real appearance in West Asia in the 14th century were much treasured, eagerly collected, copied, exchanged and displayed. Especially in the […]  Read More

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