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Human Landscapes: Gardens in Chinese Art
This lecture by Maxwell K. Hearn, the Douglas Dillon Curator in Charge, Department of Asian Art, was presented in conjunction with the exhibition Chinese Gardens: Pavilions, Studios, Retreats (on view August 18, 2012–January 6, 2013).
Recorded September 23, 2012
Cambodian Rattan: The Sculpture of Sopheap Pich
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Sunday at the Met: Cambodian Rattan Discussion
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Sunday at the Met: Cambodian Rattan Performance
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