||John Vincent Bellezza, a
renowned Himalayan explorer, writes on New
Archeological Discoveries in Tibet.
||The DAK Ltd. gallery has been updated with new items.
||The Tibet Heritage Fund - Lhasa Archive Project
pages have been updated with
recent news of successful implementation in Lhasa and investigation of new work to be done
at Taglung Monastery.
||The Spink and Son - Himalayan Gallery has been
updated with items from a concurrent show in London called Body, Speech and Mind.
||The Rossi & Rossi gallery pages have been extensively
updated with new material.
||Our new Asian Arts Letter Board
has been installed, allowing visitors more control over the way the messages are sorted.
||Asian Arts is delighted to
welcome our newest Gallery, Nancy Wiener Gallery
of New York, specializing in museum quality antiquities from India, the Himalayas and
||One of Asian Arts' Gateway
Galleries, Himalayan Antiques, which specializes in
antiques and artifacts from Tibet, Bhutan, and Nepal has updated their gallery with new
material from their most recent shipments.
||The Indigo Gallery in Kathmandu, Nepal has completely
revised its online gallery with new objects. It includes a few photographs in conjunction
with the Asian Arts exhibition of photographic images by Nancy Jo Johnson that is
currently being displayed at the Gallery in Kathmandu.
||Survival of the Spirit, Tibet a Decade of Images
is a new exhibition of photographic images by Nancy Jo Johnson that records the tragic
conditions inside Tibet and the triumphant survival of the Tibetan people in exile.
||Pamela Logan has sent
another update from the ongoing restoration work to a number of old Buddhist monasteries
in Eastern Tibet that is being done by the China Exploration
& Research Society.
Wind has entirely new material in both Gallery
One and Gallery Three.
Ltd.'s Gallery of contemporary Indian paintings has been updated with seven new
||Asian Arts is delighted to
welcome our newest Gateway Gallery, Zee Stone Gallery
of Hong Kong: specialising in contemporary Chinese paintings and prints, antique Chinese
and Tibetan furniture, rugs, textiles and silver.
||Augmented Nationalism: The Nomadic Eye of Painter
M.F. Husain is in-depth study of the art of India's most famous living painter,
Maqbool Fida Husain, by Prof. Shyamal Bagchee of the University of Alberta.
||A new exhibition, Himalayan Visions by Philip Sugden,
is now online. It features a selection of the artist's drawings from Tibet and the
||James Singer, a well-known dealer of fine Asian Art
based in London, has updated his gallery site on Asian Arts with all new material.
||The online gallery for John Eskenazi Ltd. has been updated with some
outstanding new material.
||One of Asian Arts' first
galleries, The Himalayan Department at Spink &
Son Ltd., has been updated with all new material.
||My Selection of Chinese Calligraphy. by
Yoshitaka Takaki, Japan
Ltd.'s Gallery of contemporary Indian paintings has been updated with new
||Treasures of the Chinese Scholar, a new
exhibition at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
opening March 14, 1998, features 160 selections of extraordinary "scholar art."
||Pamela Logan has sent the
latest field reports from the China Exploration &
Research Society's restoration projects going on in Kham, Tibet.
||Fitzwilliam Ltd.'s gateway gallery on Asian Arts
has been completely updated.
||The Lhasa Archive Project has produced a
new Map of Lhasa.
||A series of articles on
the Conservation of Tibetan Thangkas, by various
authors, from a conference hosted by The Western Association for Art Conservation.
||The online gallery for Rossi & Rossi has been updated with new material.
||New Gallery: Indonesian Textile Arts: Connoisseurs of the
Indonesian textile arts know the spell these rich earthy colors and scintillating patterns
can cast. These are some of the favorite pieces from the collection of Indonesian traveler
and cyberpioneer Stephen Miller. Please note: MSIE users will find that the back
and forward buttons in the Indonesian Textile Arts frame bar will not work: use your
browser back and forward button - Netscape users, all clear.
||New Forum article, Modernization
in Japan and the Ukiyo-e by Amaury Garc�a Rodr�guez, Centro de Estudios de Asia
y Africa, El Colegio de M�xico, A.C.
||Additions have been made
to the Bangladeshi Arts of the Ricksha
article so that it now features and additional Gallery
of Photos and area devoted to the
Artists who create this art.
||A new Gateway Gallery for Dan Cook/RudiSouth Inc. is now open, featuring fine
antique tribal, ethnographic and classic art from India, Nepal, Indonesia, Japan, China,
Africa and the Americas, since 1971.
Wind has been updated with five new objects in Gallery