Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum to celebrate Syria’s heritage

Toronto's Aga Khan Museum to celebrate Syria's heritageFoundation behind museum has committed $200m to post-war reconstruction

The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, devoted to the heritage of Muslim civilisations, opens an exhibition on 15 October devoted to the art of Syria.

Syria: A Living History includes around 50 pieces chosen from the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and museums and collections in Berlin, Ontario and Dubai. It includes an eye idol carved around 3,200 BC, a picture by the noted 20th-century painter Fateh Moudarres, and the celebrated Aleppo Room from the Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin.

More at the source: The Art Newspaper

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