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Buddhist art

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Diary

A moment of zen: Rubin Museum's Tibetan Buddhist shrine room goes digital

The project is "an invitation to slow down and rediscover the nature of time"

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Pakistan

Starving Buddha sculpture returned to Pakistan

But leading London expert says it’s a fake

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Museums & Heritage

V&A and British Museum join together to buy Buddha

Purchased with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and National Arts Collection Fund

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Art dealers

Diary of a New York dealer: Carlton Rochell

Contemporary art collectors are coming to Southeast Asian art. Hollywood’s fascination with Buddhism is also a trigger

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Ethics

Oslo: Buddhism’s “Dead Sea Scrolls” for sale to Norway

Saved from Afghanistan by top collector, the manuscripts pose an ethical problem

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Tibet

The world’s largest museum of surviving Tibetan painting goes online

Shelley and Donald Rubin’s website invites contributions from museums, collectors, and scholars

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Cambodia

The first exhibition of Angkor-period art to leave Cambodia

Australia makes capital out of the 1991 peace accord in Cambodia and demonstrates its newly established diplomatic ties