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Encounter the works of 23 artists who have chosen self-expression over silence — men and women separated by generations but united in their desire to explore complex issues against a backdrop of political and social unrest. Opened on October 15, , the world-premiere exhibition Syria: A Living History offers worlds of discovery into the marvellous arts and culture of past and present-day Syria.
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Through a wide variety of on-stage programming ranging from an Annual Symposium to performances by Syrian-born artists and musicians, our related programming continues the conversations about Syria's rich history and multicultural legacy. A breathtaking gateway to Muslim civilizations in Europe, the Alhambra in Granada, Spain is an architectural masterpiece. From lavish textiles and intricately patterned carpets to colourful paintings, polychromeIznik wares, and precious.
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From an arch and a lantern to an owl and a zoo, this ABC spelling book illustrates letters from the Latin alphabet with details from the Aga Khan Museum's superb collection of paintings, illuminated manuscripts, ceramics, metalwork, coins, and tiles from the 12th to 19th centuries. The board book offers an accessible introduction for very young children to the Museum's collection, showcasing a rich diversity of works from around the world, including Egypt, Sicily, India, Turkey, and Iran.
Proving that learning can be fun, colourful, and exciting, Astounding ABC encourages children to explore the Museum's collection through animals, nature, historical figures, and a variety of artifacts. This exhibition was the first contemporary exhibition to open at the Aga Khan Museum.
Celebrated Pakistani artists joined together to create magnificent works which were then translated on this special edition gift-wrapping book exclusive to the Aga Khan Museum. Beautiful sheets of paper inspired by the artists work are compiled together in this keepsake book which makes for a perfect conversation piece and gifting item. When bestselling British author Elizabeth Laird introduces the brother jackals Kalilah and Dimnah, she acknowledges a tradition that is as ancient as storytelling itself: the animal fable with a moral.