The lectures will be held at 6 PM in the auditorium on the second floor of the Cernuschi Museum
7 avenue Vélasquez, 75008 PARIS
Relocating Art in the Physical World. Tibetan Paintings, Material Objects, and Their Religious and Political Implications
by Olaf Czaja, Research Fellow at the GÃ¶ttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
Material and cultural interactions between Ladakh and Central Asia from the 1st to the 8th century AD: new ceramic data from the Dras valley
by Samara Broglia de Moura (doctoral student Ã EPHE/CRCAO).
Wanla Temple (14th century), a milestone in the history of Ladakh art
by Nils Martin, doctoral student, EPHE €PSL.
A civilization at a crossroads: Xixia idiosyncrasy in the light of its funerary architecture and its art
by Diane Zhang-Goldberg, CRCAO.
Entangled Heritage: Â on the many relationships between monastery collections in Mustang, Nepal
by Christian Luczanits, David Snellgrove Senior Lecturer in Tibetan and Buddhist Art, SOAS, University of London.
Vicissitudes and historical avatars of an Indo-Tibetan technique aiming to “appropriate the essences”: rasÄyana / bcud len. From material and organic essences to their meditative visualizations
by Fernand Meyer, Directeur d’études émérite, École Pratique des Hautes Études.