2006-02-18 until 2006-07-23 - 02/18/2006
Harvard University, Arthur M. Sackler Museum Cambridge, MA, USAGeneral Inquiries: 617-495-9400Twenty-eight drawings primarily from the 15th through 18th centuries will be featured in The Tablet and the Pen: Drawings from the Islamic World, on display at Harvard’s Arthur M. Sackler Museum...
By Paul Rincon - Science reporter, BBC News - 06/22/2006
The earliest known pieces of jewellery made by modern humans have been identified by scientists. The three shell beads are between 90,000 and 100,000 years old, according to an international research team. Two of the ancient beads come from Skhul Cave on the slopes of Mount Carmel in Israel. The other comes from the site of Oued Djebbana in...
By MARTIN GOTTLIEB with BARRY MEIER - 05/01/2004
New York TimesLONDON, April 30 — After a rampage of looting of museums in Iraq in the wake of the Persian Gulf war of 1991, American and British archaeologists compiled a list of more than 2,000 stolen objects, a sad catalog of losses to the history of civilization. Eleven years later, experts say, no more than half a dozen of the pieces have...
March 22nd - 25th 2007 - 03/01/2007
Caskey-Lees presents the 16th Annual Arts of Pacific Asia Show, March 22 to the 25th at the Gramercy Park Armory, Lexington Avenue and 28th Street, New York NY. This is an international upscale vetted event. Show hours are from 11:00 AM to7 PM Thursday Friday and Saturday, Sunday noon to 6. For more information go to Caskey-Lees website.
Ariane Perrin for the Asian Art Newspaper - 09/10/2007
THE EXHIBITION L'Âge d'or de l'Inde classique, L'Empire des Gupta (jointly organised by the Réunion des musées nationaux, the Guimet Museum and the National Museum, New Delhi), traces the genesis of Gupta art that flourished in northern India from the 4th to the 6th century and whose aesthetic canons and...
Press Release for Immediate Release - 11/27/2009
To all ARTS EDITORS
Swine Art is Fine Art
Opening Gallery Reception
Thursday Dec 10th 2009,
5:00 to 8:00 pm. Exhibition runs until February 2010.
AFE Gallery 303 E 81st Street, NY, NY 10028 USA
Contact 917-733-4165 for more details.
Swine Art: A Comprehensive Exhibition of the Boar, Swine, Hog and Pig in Ancient Classical, Asian, Tribal, and Pre Colunmbian Art opens at Art For Eternity Gallery, Thursday December 10th and Runs through February
Art for Eternity Gallery - 11/29/2009
While we all may have a bit of Bobo in us—loving Wilbur, Miss Piggy, Babe, Porky –while having a BLT we hope that our show will help to shed light on a misunderstood and underappreciated animal.
Since 5000 BC, when it was first domesticated in China, the pig has had a complex reputation and mythology. The Chinese legend of Bobo illustrates perfectly the love/hate relationship that humans have had with swine from time immemorial.
Howard Nowes - 12/14/2009
Swine Art as Fine Art
Exhibition Opening night Thursday December 10th at AFE Gallery 303 East 81st Street, NY 10028
Sayed Salahuddin (REUTERS) - 08/18/2010