[VIRTUAL] John Guy | China in India

[VIRTUAL] John Guy | China in India

  9 - 10:30 a.m.
   Zoom Event (Off Campus)
John Guy, Abhishek Kaicker

A talk by John Guy, the Florence and Herbert Irving Curator of South and Southeast Asian Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

John Guy is Curator of South and Southeast Asian Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, with research interests in the temple arts of the Hindu-Buddhist-Jain traditions, and in the ceramic and textile trade of the Indian Ocean diaspora. His recent major exhibitions include Interwoven Globe (2013) and Lost Kingdoms. Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia (2014). He joined the Met's Asian Department in 2008 after 22 years at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, where he was Senior Curator of Indian Art, with responsibility for the sculpture collections. He has acted as an advisor to UNESCO on historical sites in Southeast Asia and worked in partnership with government archaeological agencies in Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, including at the sites of Wat Phu in Laos and My Son in Vietnam, assisting in documenting for World Heritage listing. Other projects have included maritime excavations, most recently the Hoi An shipwreck cargo in Vietnam, the Belitung shipwreck in Indonesia, and the Phanom Surin shipwreck cargo in Thailand. He is an elected a Fellow of the London Society of Antiquaries (2003).

DATE: Thursday, October 14, 2021
TIME: 9am Berkeley | 4pm London | 9pm Lahore | 9:30pm New Delhi | Calculate Your Local Time


This event will also be live streamed on the SAAI and Institute FB pages - SAAIatUCBerkeley, and ISASatUCBerkeley - respectively.

The South Asia Art Initiative at the University of California, Berkeley promotes research-based conversations and collaborations around the arts of South Asia + its diasporas from the ancient period to the now. To read more about the Initiative and help support its various fundraising goals, please click HERE.

Event made possible with the support of the Sarah Kailath Chair of India Studies

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The event is FREE and OPEN to the public.