Current and former department staff are noted in bold.
Behrendt, Kurt A. “Gandhāran Imagery as Remembered by Buddhist Communities across Asia.” In The Rediscovery and Reception of Gandharan Art: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop of the Gandharan Connections Project, edited by Wannaporn Rienjang and Peter Stewart, 107–124. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2022.
Behrendt, Kurt A., and Aaron Rio. Art and Buddhism: A Journey. March 2022. https://www.metmuseum.org/primer/buddhism.
Bincsik, Monika. Kimono Style: Edo Traditions to Modern Design. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2022.
Guy, John. “Finding Paradise in Gandharan Buddhism: The Year 5 Triad as a Buddha-Land.” Orientations 53, no. 2, March–April (2022): 95–104.
———. “Review of Nepalese Stone Sculptures. Volume I: Hindu; Volume II Buddhist, by Ulrich von Schroder. Visual Dharma, 2019.” Orientations 53, no. 3, May (2022): 101–104.
Behrendt, Kurt A. “Manjushri, Avalokiteshvara, and Vajrapani: Lords of the Three Worlds.” Arts of Asia 51, no. March–April (2021): 94–103.
Bincsik, Monika. “East Asian Art in the Moore Collection.” In Collecting Inspiration Edward C. Moore at Tiffany & Co, 206–246. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2021.
Carpenter, John T., and Midori Oka. Riben de Huihua Yishu: Ziran Zhi Shi 日本的绘画艺术：自然之诗 (Chinese Translation of The Poetry of Nature: Edo Paintings from the Fishbein-Bender Collection). Translated by Ding Jie 丁洁译. Wuhan: Huazhong Keji Daxue chubanshe (Huazhong University of Science and Technology Press), 2021.
Carpenter, John T., and The Met Digital Editors. “The Rinpa Experience of Nature,” 2021. https://www.metmuseum.org/perspectives/articles/2021/5/japan-rinpa-school-screens.
Guy, John. “Arts of the Greater Himalayas: Kashmir, Tibet, and Nepal, The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History.” Arts of the Greater Himalayas: Kashmir, Tibet, and Nepal, The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, May 2021. https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/grhm/hd_grhm.htm.
———. “Dharmacakras, Yastis and Yakshas, with Special Reference to Phanigiri.” In Phanigiri: Interpreting an Ancient Buddhist Site in Telangana, edited by Naman P. Ahuja, 66–91. Mumbai: Marg, 2021.
Liu, Shi-yee. “Daduhui Yishu Bowuguan Cangpin Zhong de Wu Hufan: Tiba, Yinji, He Tanhua Tu (Wu Hufan in the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Inscriptions, Seals, and the Night-Blooming Cereus).” In Haishang Qiannian Shuhua Guoji Xueshu Yantaohui Lunwengao (Preliminary Essays for the International Symposium “Eternal Spring: Thousands of Years of Paintings and Calligraphies Associated with Shanghai"), 377–383. Shanghai: Shanghai Museum, 2021.
———. “Shitao de zaonian xingzhi he shuhua qimeng (Shitao’s Life and Artistic Development in His Early Years).” Gugong xueshu jikan (National Palace Museum Research Quarterly) 39, no. 2, Winter (2021): 129–175.
Lu, Pengliang. “Beyond Virtuosity: The Bamboo Carving of Jin Xiya (1890-1979).” Orientations 52, no. 3, May–June 2021 (2021): 41–49.
———. “Catalogue Entry.” In Collecting Inspiration Edward C. Moore at Tiffany & Co, 247–253. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2021.
———. “Continuation and Innovation: Chinese Bronzes of the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368).” Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 84, no. 2019–2020 (2021): 151–167.
Rio, Aaron. “New Directions: Recent Acquisitions of Japanese Painting and Calligraphy at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.” Orientations 52, no. 3, May–June (2021): 50–59.
———. “The Practices of Painting in Late Medieval Kantō.” In Sesson Shūkei: A Zen Monk-Painter in Medieval Japan, edited by Frank Feltens and Yukio Lippit, 77–114. Washington, DC: Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian, 2021.
Rio, Aaron, and Satoshi Yokobori. Kamoda Shoji: The Art of Change. Minneapolis: Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2021.