Exhibition

  • Van Gogh entered the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum on 8 May 1889. Some of his works from this time are characterised by […]
  • The plan of church is simple and spacious — a wide single nave, a shallow squared apse, virtually no transept, and […]
  • The museum has decorative artefacts such as textiles, ivories, Mughal jades, silver, gold and artistic metal ware. The […]
  • Silk has long been used as a canopy material, especially after the middle Tang Dynasty. With the popularity of silk, […]
  • The collection has over 800 manuscripts from Qur’ans from the 7th century to Ottoman works of the 19th century. As well […]
  • The dining room is Doris Duke’s (1912–93) interpretation of an Islamic-style tent. At certain times and in certain […]
  • Ceramics are no stranger to us, because it is accompanied by all aspects of our lives. It is one of the earliest human […]
  • The sacristy of the Chalices is a rectangular building built into the Cathedral of Seville which houses a splendid […]
  • The lace, a fabric of long tradition and associated with the most powerful classes until its mechanization, serves as […]
  • Explore in 360 VR how the key tenets of Japanese culture and in particular how Rei Kawakubo, under her label Comme Des […]
  • Masterworks, a regularly changing exhibition at the Rubin, explores major strands in the development of Himalayan art, […]
  • Jade is a semi precious stone, varies in colour from almost pure white, emerald green to a dark black green. The term […]
  • Takeshi Koya (甲谷 武 1945-) is a contemporary artist from Ise City, Mie Prefecture. Kotani, who studied art by himself, […]
  • The search for a modern Austrian style during the years between 1890 and 1900 went hand in hand with the emancipation […]
  • The second floor is dedicated to classical art: Room V presents an impressive gallery of illustrated works, with […]
  • The Bronze Age of China started in the late Xia dynasty (c. early 17th century B.C.E.), lasting about 1,500 years […]
  • Carpets illustrate the high degree of cultural networking between Europe and Asia. Produced in the Near and Middle […]
  • In the World Cultures galleries you can encounter diverse peoples, cultures and objects, discovering how we differ and […]