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Ancient documents from the Shilla Kingdom detailing a Buddhist monk’s travel to India will be put on exhibition in Korea later this year.
However, Free Tiger Returns to Mountains, a new exhibit from Buddhist conceptual artist Zhang Huan on display at Pace Beijing, is hoping to revive this near-extinct species in a particularly striking and ironic way - by depicting them entirely out of ashes collected from joss sticks in Buddhist temples.
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WASHINGTON - "In the Realm of the Buddha" offers as much insight into the complexities of museum display as it does into Tibetan Buddhist art. It consists of two shows at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery of Art that provide complementary approaches to the exhibition of devotional works—and raises thought-provoking questions about the role of religion in museums.
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Chittadhar Tuladhar, one of Nepal’s best-loved ethnic authors who wrote an epic on Gautam Buddha, will receive a fresh lease of life nearly two decades after his death, with India funding a museum on him here.
Milarépa, La Voie du Bonheur, was awarded Best Spiritual Film 2010 at the European Spiritual Festival of Paris.
The closing ceremony, including ESFF’s 2010 award selection and screening of the winning films, was held on March 28th at the «Comptoir Général» in Paris. Members of the Jury and selected guests were pleased to present awards for each of the following categories.