Left: Remains of a brick temple on a forest-covered mountain peak, with flooded rice paddies and blue sky in the distance; Right: Face of sandstone sculpture of Krishna

Left: Northeast peak of Phnom Da in 2019. Southern Cambodia, Takeo Province. Photo: Konstanty Kulik, courtesy of the Cleveland Museum of Art
Right: Krishna Lifting Mount Govardhan (detail), c. 600. Southern Cambodia, Takeo Province, Phnom Da. Sandstone; The Cleveland Museum of Art

Groundbreaking Exhibition of Newly Restored Cambodian Masterpiece “Krishna Lifting Mount Govardhan” Integrates Art and Experiential Digital Design

“Revealing Krishna: Journey to Cambodia’s Sacred Mountain” Opens at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art April 30

(from right) Ichikawa Sadanji as Mizuhiki Seigorō (Kuryūzan Namiemon), Ichikawa Kodanji as Tobimono Chōjirō, Nakamura Shikan IV as Yotsuguruma Daihachi, and Onoe Kikugorō V as Tobikata Hamamatsuchō Tatsugorō, Onoe Matsusuke as Tobimono Kameemon, Bandō Kakitsu I as Tobimono Fujimatsu, and Onoe Kōzō as Tobimono Kunimatsu in in the play God's Blessing for the Reconciliation of the Me-gumi Firemen and the Sumo Wrestlers (Kami no megumi wagō no torikumi)
Toyohara Kunichika / Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC: The Pearl and Seymour Moskowitz Collection, S2021.5.339a-c

National Museum of Asian Art Debuts Works on Paper Gallery With Exhibition of Recently Acquired Japanese Prints

“Underdogs and Antiheroes: Japanese Prints from the Moskowitz Collection” Will Open for the National Cherry Blossom Festival March 19