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The Saint Kūya and Rokuharamitsuji Temple

The year 2022 marks the 1050th anniversary of the death of the Buddhist saint Kūya. The oldest surviving sculpture of Kūya is said to be the principal image of Rokuharamitsuji Temple (called Saikōji Temple at the time of its founding)…

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GRANDMA MOSES: A Retrospective Exhibition

Anna Mary Robertson Moses (1860-1961), known by her nickname Grandma Moses, began painting in earnest in her 70s and produced over 1,600 works until her final year at the age of 101. Her paintings depict the natural beauty and rural…

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KING & QUEEN

“KING & QUEEN” brings 90 portraits of five dynasties of British royal families, from the House of Tudor to the current House of Windsor, from London’s National Portrait Gallery to Tokyo’s Ueno Royal Museum. Spanning four hundred tumultuous years of…

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Japanese Art: Deep and Deeper

“Japanese Art: Deep and Deeper” at The Suntory Museum of Art explores the relationship between traditional Japanese aesthetics and art, everyday life and the modern household. It delves into the history of Japanese aesthetics with a collection that supersedes basic…

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