New Date! Sacred Secrets: Korean Art at the Harn Museum

Korean Art BodhisattvaNEW DATE! This program is now Wednesday, January, 10th at 6:30pm.

The Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art’s Asian collection totals over 3,000 works from different geographical regions of Asia. The Korean collection is the smallest in number (190), but has offered one of the greatest impacts towards scholarship, technical investigation, and collaborative projects. The Korean collection at the Harn Museum was recently featured in UF’s Explore magazine.

 

xray of korean art

Jason Steuber (Cofrin Curator of Asian Art) and Allysa B. Peyton (Assistant Curator of Asian Art) will discuss the museum’s collection of Korean art, with a talk entitled, Sacred Secrets, at the Millhopper Branch on Wednesday, January 3rd at 6:30 pm. 

 

For more information on the Harn Museum's Asian collection, check out Highlight's from the Asian Collection and this collaboration between the Harn and UF George A. Smather's Libraries, Korean Art Online Exhibition. Want to visit the museum in person? Take a look at the Harn's website for information on their other collections, exhibits and planning your visit.

 

Teaser image: Jang Seung'eop (1843 – 1897), Scholars in a Garden, Late 19th century, Gift of General James A. Van Fleet

Image right: Gilt Wood Seated Bodhisattva, 17th century, Museum Purchase, Gift of Michael and Donna Singer

Image left: X-ray of Gilt Wood Seated Bodhisattva

Posted by BethN on December 16, 2017