Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road
Cave Temples of Dunhuang, an exhibition jointly organized by the Getty Conservation Institute, Getty Research Institute and the Dunhuang Academy, was held at the Getty Center from May 7 to September 4, 2016. The exhibition, which included three hand-painted replicas of Mogao caves, a digital immersive experience of a cave, and 43 objects from the famed Library Cave at Mogao, was an outgrowth of more than 25 years of collaborative work at the Grottoes by the GCI.
Cave Temples of Dunhuang: History, Art, and Materiality
As part of the Cave Temples of Dunhuang exhibition, this academic symposium in honor of Dunhuang Academy Director Emerita Fan Jinshi was held with partners from the University of California Los Angeles in May 2016.
Cave Temples of Mogao at Dunhuang: Art and History on the Silk Road, 2015
The Conservation of Cave 85 at the Mogao Grottoes, Dunhuang: A Collaborative Project of the Getty Conservation Institute and the Dunhuang Academy, 2013
Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Conservation of Grotto Sites, Mogao Grottoes, Dunhuang, People's Republic of China, June 28-July 3, 2004. 2010
Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road: Proceedings of an International Conference on the Conservation of Grotto Sites. 1997
Articles in Conservation Perspectives, The GCI Newsletter
International Colloquium (Fall 2013)
Presentation and Interpretation for Cave 85 (Spring 2012)
China Principles Revision Workshop (Fall 2011)
GCI and Dunhuang Academy Mark Twenty-Year Collaboration (Spring 2010)
International Workshop Held at Mogao Grottoes (Spring 2010)
Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road (Spring 2010)
From Silk Road to Digital Domain: Managing Information for a Wall Paintings Conservation Project (Fall 2005)
Partnership: We're in this Boat Together (Fall 2004)
China Initiatives (Fall 2003)
Silk Road Conference Update (Summer 2002)
Wall Painting Conservation and the China Principles at Mogao Grottoes (Spring 2002)
Second Silk Road Conference (Summer 2001)
Mogao Grottoes (Spring 2001)
Treasures of Mogao: The Desert Gateway to China (Summer 1999)
The China Projects (Fall 1995)
Buddhist Grottoes on the Silk Road (Spring 1994)
Conference on the Conservation of Grotto Sites (Winter 1993)
Other Documents and Publications
Neville Agnew and Fan Jinshi, "China's Buddhist Treasures at Dunhuang," in Scientific American, 277, no. 1 (July 1997): 40-45.
Robert Gowing, "Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road. Second International Conference on the Conservation of Grotto Sites", in Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, vol. 7 (2005): 117-124.
Getty Research Library
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