2 Exhibitions at the Aga Khan Museum, Toronto
Hidden Stories: Books along the Silk Roads (until Feb. 27, 2022)
The Silk Road: A Living History (until March, 2022)
The Aga Khan Museum is currently offering two exhibitions which may be of interest, especially to those who attended the Fall lecture Series on China’s Belt & Road Initiative.
In the Hidden Stories exhibition you will see rare books, scrolls, manuscript paintings, and textiles from along one of world’s most important trade routes, and catch glimpses of the craftspeople and history behind these artifacts.
The Silk Road: A Living History is a photo exhibition, outdoors in the Aga Khan Park. It features enlarged photographs and accompanying stories, taken during Christopher Wilton-Steer’s 40,000 km journey along the Silk Road, from Venice to Beijing, in 2019.
See https://agakhanmuseum.org/exhibitions for all details.
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