[Permanent]Reinstalled Arts of Korea Gallery at the MFAH
|Location||Museum of Fine Arts Houston|
|Date||2012-03-28 ~ 2014-03-28|
The Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH), the first museum in the Southwestern United States to open and operate a Korean art gallery since 2007, has reinstalled and re-opened its Arts of Korea gallery to the public on March 28th, 2012. For this presentation, the NMK loaned out 41 pieces of relics, such as Seated Amitabha Buddha and other buddhist figurative sculptures, Goryeo celadon, and buncheong ware (pale blue-green ceramic with white slip), representing some 5,000 years of visual tradition in Korea.
[Touring]Spirit of Jang-in: Treasures of Korean Metal Craft
|Location||Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia|
|Date||2011-10-28 ~ 2012-02-12|
This is a major overseas exhibition of Korean cultural assets that will be held in celebration of 50 years of diplomatic ties between Korea and Australia. It will exhibit some 160 of the most important works dating from the Bronze Age to modern times that show the very essence of Korean metal craft, including the Gold Crown from Cheonmachong Tomb (Korean National Treasure No. 188).
|Date||2000-06-08 ~ 2001-03-13|
|Date||1984-02-16 ~ 1985-01-13|