My Thoughts Dyed with You: Perspectives on Impermanence in Japanese Art—Sinéad Vilbar
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In historical Japan, commentaries on Buddhist scripture and the production of poetry provided two means of communicating about the ephemeral nature of human existence. As our own eyes are dyed with the features of calligraphies, objects, and paintings presented in this exhibition, we reanimate the past performances of words imbued with deep spiritual and emotional significance captured in this art.Venue: Asia Society
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