Korean art transcends centuries
The 23-foot-tall banner painting “Vairocana Assembly,” above, on hemp made in 1750, has never left Korea before and is unique to the Houston showing of “Treasures From Korea.”
By Molly Glentzer
November 3, 2014
The peaceful Jennifer Steinkamp videos that recently filled Cullinan Hall at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston have given way to a new meditative experience. A cosmic Buddha now commands the space, with a lot of breathing room.
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