By Melissa R. Kerin
Sixteenth-century wall work in a Buddhist temple within the Tibetan cultural sector of northwest India are the focal point of this cutting edge and richly illustrated examine. in the beginning formed by means of one set of spiritual ideals, the work have due to the fact been reinterpreted and retraced by way of a later Buddhist neighborhood, subsumed inside its non secular framework and communal reminiscence. Melissa Kerin strains the devotional, political, and inventive histories that experience stimulated the work' construction and reception over the centuries in their use. Her interdisciplinary strategy combines artwork old equipment with inscriptional translation, ethnographic documentation, and theoretical inquiry to appreciate spiritual photos in context.
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