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Past Exhibition in 2006

August 30, 2006–July 29, 2007
Gallery 101A
The objects in Gallery 101A draw attention to the contributions of teachers and students in the spread of religion, focusing on Vajrayana Buddhism in Tibet and Nepal.
The objects in Gallery 101A draw attention to the contributions of teachers and students in the spread of religion, focusing on Vajrayana Buddhism in Tibet and Nepal.
June 14, 2006–July 8, 2007
Gallery 141
Faces, Places, and Inner Spaces, a new interactive exhibition in the Hammerman Gallery of the Kraft Education Center, introduces you to a selection of art from Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
Faces, Places, and Inner Spaces, a new interactive exhibition in the Hammerman Gallery of the Kraft Education Center, introduces you to a selection of art from Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
September 30, 2006–June 30, 2007
Gallery 105
Networks of trade and cultural exchange connected Tang-dynasty China (618-907) with major cities between the Mediterranean coast and Japan.
Networks of trade and cultural exchange connected Tang-dynasty China (618-907) with major cities between the Mediterranean coast and Japan.
September 30, 2006–June 30, 2007
Gallery 131A
The second installment of this two-part display explores the Islamic world's role as intermediary between the East and West, highlighting objects from the Mongol and Timurid periods of Iran and Eur
The second installment of this two-part display explores the Islamic world's role as intermediary between the East and West, highlighting objects from the Mongol and Timurid periods of Iran and Eur
August 26, 2006–May 28, 2007
Kraft Education Center
Take a picture-book journey on the Silk Road and experience the cultures, landscapes, and peoples of different lands.
Take a picture-book journey on the Silk Road and experience the cultures, landscapes, and peoples of different lands.
September 30, 2006–April 22, 2007
Galleries 141 and 142
Silk Road Chicago is an unprecedented collaboration among the Art Institute of Chicago, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Silk Road Project
Silk Road Chicago is an unprecedented collaboration among the Art Institute of Chicago, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Silk Road Project
October 21, 2006–April 13, 2007
Gallery 221A
Etchings and lithographs by Eugène Delacroix document his fascination with North Africa.
Etchings and lithographs by Eugène Delacroix document his fascination with North Africa.
November 12, 2006–April 6, 2007
Galleries 10 and 142
The Coretta Scott King Award, established in 1970, recognizes the contributions African American authors and illustrators have made to the field of children's literature.
The Coretta Scott King Award, established in 1970, recognizes the contributions African American authors and illustrators have made to the field of children's literature.
October 21, 2006–April 2, 2007
Galleries 208–209A
Prints and drawings examine the relationship of 15th- and 16th-century Europe to Persia and the Ottoman Empire.
Prints and drawings examine the relationship of 15th- and 16th-century Europe to Persia and the Ottoman Empire.
December 1, 2006–March 4, 2007
Gallery 108
Inspired by Buddhist beliefs introduced from India, Central Asia, and the Himalayas, Chinese devotees created and commissioned out of their own sincere faith a wealth of original, expressive images
Inspired by Buddhist beliefs introduced from India, Central Asia, and the Himalayas, Chinese devotees created and commissioned out of their own sincere faith a wealth of original, expressive images