The Brooklyn Museum has opened up all its Asian art wing after a long refit. The Arts of the Himalayas section of the museum in New York City. Photo: Danny Perez/Brooklyn Museum
The Brooklyn Museum has opened up all its Asian art wing after a long refit. The Arts of the Himalayas section of the museum in New York City. Photo: Danny Perez/Brooklyn Museum
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‘The flavour changes as you walk through’: Brooklyn Museum’s Asian galleries, reopened after renovation, adopt themes to present art in a new way

  • The second largest museum in New York has opened up all its Asian art galleries, including the South Asian and Islamic galleries, after major renovations
  • Brooklyn Museum curators talk about the focus of its collections, and about acknowledging how it acquired many of its exhibits

The Brooklyn Museum has opened up all its Asian art wing after a long refit. The Arts of the Himalayas section of the museum in New York City. Photo: Danny Perez/Brooklyn Museum
The Brooklyn Museum has opened up all its Asian art wing after a long refit. The Arts of the Himalayas section of the museum in New York City. Photo: Danny Perez/Brooklyn Museum
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