Treasures from the Aga Khan Museum offer Aneeta Sundararaj an insight into architecture in Islamic arts
Panel of four Iznik tiles
UNTIL June 29, Malaysians are the recipient of a rare treat — a travelling exhibition called Treasures Of The Aga Khan Museum: Architecture In Islamic Arts displayed for the first time in Southeast Asia at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia.
“The exhibition focuses on Islamic architecture as manifested in art which has flourished across the Islamic world for over 1,400 years,” says Dr Heba Nayel Barakat, the head of Curatorial Affairs at the museum.
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