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The Seventh Annual Distinguished Lecture on South and Southeast Asian Art

The Seventh Annual Distinguished Lecture on South and Southeast Asian Art

Present by UCLA Professor Robert L. Brown

Saturday, March 02, 2013
2:00 PM
Brown Auditorium, LACMA Museum

Robert L. Brown, Professor of Indian and Southeast Asian art history at UCLA and curator of South and Southeast Asia art at LACMA, present Masterpieces: The Remarkable Sculpture of Ancient Cambodia. Some of the world's finest sculpture was made in ancient Cambodia in the sixth through the ninth centuries. These works of art appear to be fully developed, without any clear predecessors, and in a consistent Khmer style. This lecture explores the enigma and the amazing artistic accomplishment of these incredible works.

 

This lecture was made possible by the Southern Asia Art Council, the South and Southeast Asian Art Department, and the Education Department at LACMA.

Education programs at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art are supported in part by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, the William Randolph Hearst Endowment Fund for Arts Education, and Rx for Reading. 

 

No fee or registration is necessary. Parking is available in the Pritzker Parking Garage, located on 6th Street just east of Fairfax Avenue. Additional parking is available in the lot on the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Spaulding Avenue. Validated parking: $10.