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GRASSI Museum of Applied Art, Germany

GRASSI Museum of Applied Art, Germany

The Grassi Museum of Applied Art, one of the three components of Leipzig’s Grassi Museum, holds an extensive collection of Asian objects.  Read More

Malay Heritage Museum, Malaysia

Malay Heritage Museum, Malaysia

Muzium Warisan Melayu (Malay Heritage Museum) lies in Universiti Putra Malaysia and collects artifacts of Malay heritage, mainly from Peninsular Malaysia.  Read More

National Museum in Warsaw, Poland

National Museum in Warsaw, Poland

Established in 1862, the National Museum in Warsaw boasts a collection of around 830,000 works of art from Poland and abroad, including Asian items.  Read More

National Hangeul Museum, Korea

National Hangeul Museum, Korea

The National Hangeul Museum, dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the Korean alphabet, first opened its doors to the public on October 9, 2014, which happens to be Hangeul Day, a national holiday in Korea.   Read More

Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery

Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery

The Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery (MNMAG) collects, preserves and exhibits modern and contemporary Mongolian artworks. The collection serves an important role in documenting the social, historical and cultural evolution of Mongolia.   Read More

Art Museum Riga Bourse, Latvia

Art Museum Riga Bourse, Latvia

In 2011 the Art Museum Riga Bourse, Latvia, replaced the Foreign Art Museum. The new museum took over the collections, international collaboration experience and moved to the historical Riga stock exchange building.  Read More

National Museum in Krakow, Poland

National Museum in Krakow, Poland

The National Museum in Krakow was established as Poland’s first national art collecting institution in 1879. Until the end of the First World War, it was the only such large museum accessible to the public on Polish soil.

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Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Philippines

Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Philippines

The Metropolitan Museum of Manila is the first Philippine art institution to offer a bilingual, didactic program. It believes in the use of art as a tool in the teaching of excellence, cultural values, and social responsibility.  Read More

Lithuania Art Museum

Lithuania Art Museum

The Lithuanian Art Museum is a public institution granted the national museum status by the Government of Lithuania in 1997. Originally founded in 1933, the museum, which is an ICOM member, is one of the oldest and leading institutions of its kind in the country.   Read More

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