Location: Upper Asian gallery, Lower Asian gallery
Our Asian galleries are spread over two floors. Within them are displayed some of the finest moments in art in the rich history of Asia.
The upper gallery is housed within a white glass pavilion, inspired by the floating lanterns found throughout Asia, while the lower gallery includes a fully operational Japanese tea room.
- Heaven and earth in Chinese art: treasures from the National Palace Museum, Taipei
- In one drop of water
- The living need light, the dead need music
- Walking with gods
From February to April 2019, the upper gallery will be home to a special exhibition:
Image: Ah Xian Evolutionaura13: Taihu Rock-1 2011-12 (detail) © Ah Xian