Brunei Gallery Events
- Ancient Vessels: A Visual and Material History of Food and Drink in China
SOAS’s Brunei Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition in partnership with the Museum of East Asian Art (MEAA), Bath that complements MEAA’s exciting new exhibition China on a Plate: A Visual and Material History of Food and Drink. 10 January - 15 March 2020
- Yama: The mining art of Sakubei Yamamoto
SOAS's Brunei Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of the work of Sakubei Yamamoto.
- A Passage Through Passages
New roads are being constructed at unprecedented rates in certain parts of the world. This exhibition asks: Why? To what end? Who benefits? What ideas lie in the foundations of this new infrastructure?
- Embodied Liberation: The Textual, Ethnographic and Historical Research of the Hatha Yoga Project
SOAS’s Brunei Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition Embodied Liberation which aims to highlight the most recent research discoveries in the field of Yoga Studies as identified by the Hatha Yoga Project, SOAS.
- Embodied Liberation II: The Textual, Ethnographic and Historical Research of the Hatha Yoga Project [virtual exhibition]
This exhibition in its first incarnation was given its inaugural showing from 15 January to 21 March this year in our Foyle Special Collections Gallery. The exhibition was to be extended with refreshed content including rare Sanskrit manuscripts drawn from the SOAS Special Collections & Archive, to be shown from 17 April to 27 June.
- Co-Existent Ruins [virtual exhibition]
The major exhibition we were very much hoping to welcome you to view first-hand was the visual research project Co-Existent Ruins: Exploring Iraq’s Mesopotamian Past Through Contemporary Art. As this currently isn’t possible instead from our homes to yours over the coming weeks it is our pleasure to give you an introduction and series of on-line insights instead.
- Western Front - Eastern Promises
Trench Art and the Story of the Chinese Labour Corps in the Great War