A Passage to Asia | exhibition and performances | Brussels
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With over 300 objects from sixteen Southeast Asian countries, the exhibition at BOZAR in Brussels A Passage to Asia
provides a fascinating overview of 25 centuries of art history in Asia.
Walk through this impressive exhibition in a short video clip
in the company of curator Jan Van Alphen (BOZAR, Brussels) and co-curator Kenson Kwok (founder director of the Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore). This clip in English and French gives you a taste of the exhibition which celebrates 25 centuries of exchange between Asia and Europe.
Many of the objects on display have not been seen in Europe before.
For more information and articles related to this link, please refer to:- Kenson Kwok: A Passage to Asia is a labour of love
the Asia On Stage
performance programme at Bozar:
See also ASEF NEWS: Asia-Europe | 2500 years of exchange