via The Star, 08 April 2018:
via Straits Times, 04 April 2018:
via Bangkok Post, 1 March 2018: An exhibition celebrating diplomatic relations between India and Thailand at the National Museum in Bangkok.
A visit to a temporary exhibition at the National Museum Bangkok at the former Front Palace near Sanam Luang is a good way for tourists to explore India, Thailand and some other Southeast Asian countries through Buddhist art. The ongoing exhibit entitled “Buddhist Imagery From Bharata To Suvarnabhumi” celebrates the 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Thailand and India and the 25th anniversary of the Asean-India relationship.
Source: Inspired by India
via Jakarta Post, 28 Feb 2018: An exhibition of 37 works by Dyan Anggraini at the National Gallery of Indonesia follows the path of meditative reflection exalting the creative process underlying the building of Borobudur temple.
via Khmer Times, 04 January 2018:
The government will launch a special exhibition of old Khmer jewellery and ornaments, especially a set of ancient Angkorian gold jewellery that has been returned to Cambodia, to let the public see how beautiful these…
- Angkorian jewellery exhibition (via The Nation, 04 January 2018)
- Angkorian antiquities on show after return from United Kingdom (Phnom Penh Post, 08 january 2018)
via Ohio.com: 14 December 2017
In 2015 the Cleveland Museum of Art forged a Cultural Cooperation Agreement with the National Museum of Cambodia, following the transfer of a 10th-century Khmer sculpture of the monkey god Hanuman from Cleveland to Cambodia. This agreement has allowed for works of art to be loaned for exhibition at the CMA, to promote knowledge and appreciation of Cambodia’s cultural heritage.
via Cleveland.com, 15 October 2017
The Cleveland Museum of Art on Saturday opened a fascinating new exhibition focusing on a wall removed from a Cambodian temple by looters, but later recovered by the government.
via Vietnam Net, 18 September 2017:
via Channel NewsAsia, 27 July 2017: A new exhibition in Singapore features Lego versions of World Heritage Sites, including Southeast Asian ones like Angkor Wat, Borobudur and the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Brick by brick: New Lego exhibition gathers together World Heritage Sites
- Botanic Gardens debuts in Singapore leg of exhibition featuring Lego replicas of World Heritage sites (Straits Times, 27 July 2017)
Exhibition featuring Brunei royal regalia and artefacts to celebrate friendship between Brunei and Singapore
via Straits Times, 05 July 2017:
Singapore News -SINGAPORE – An exhibition featuring the royal regalia and artefacts from Brunei, as well as stamps and currencies from Brunei and Singapore will open from Thursday (July 6) at the Singapore Philatelic Museum (SPM).. Read more at straitstimes.com.