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      Grotto grandeur
      觀眾在參觀取材自云岡石窟第6窟南壁“文殊問疾”屋形龕(查一下英文解釋)的等比例3D打印復制展品。.jpg 觀眾在沉浸式數字展廳領略多彩的千年石窟藝術。.jpg 觀眾正在參觀取材于龍門石窟魏碑書法的數字影像展品。.jpg 觀眾正在繪有不同石窟壁畫紋樣的廊道參觀.jpg
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      • A 3D-printed replica of a grotto depicting the legendary visit by Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of Wisdom, to Vimalakirti, a learned Buddhist, who was ill, from Yungang Grottoes
      • The immersive experience of grotto art from around China inside the exhibition hall
      • Digital images of calligraphy from the Longmen Grottoes
      • A visitor examines a grotto mural on the wall of the exhibition
      • 觀眾在參觀取材自云岡石窟第6窟南壁“文殊問疾”屋形龕(查一下英文解釋)的等比例3D打印復制展品。.jpg
      • 觀眾在沉浸式數字展廳領略多彩的千年石窟藝術。.jpg
      • 觀眾正在參觀取材于龍門石窟魏碑書法的數字影像展品。.jpg
      • 觀眾正在繪有不同石窟壁畫紋樣的廊道參觀.jpg

      An innovative exhibition of ancient grotto art opened to the public on December 9, offering visitors an immersive experience of five of China’s most treasured grotto sites in the National Museum of China.  

      The 1,500-square-meter exhibition makes use of state-of-the-art technology to showcase 

      --Kizil Thousand-Buddha Caves in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, created from the third to the eighth century;  

      --Mogao Caves in Gansu Province, created from the fourth to the 14th century;  

      --Maiji Mountain Grottoes in Gansu, created from the fourth to the early 20th century;   

      --Yungang Grottoes in Shanxi Province, created from the fifth to the sixth century; and  

      --Longmen Grottoes in Henan Province, created from the fourth to the 10th century.  

      The most striking element of this exhibition is the 360-degree panoramic exhibition hall. At its center is a giant lotus flower, on which images of the grottoes are displayed. 

      China’s grottoes are home to the world’s largest collections of ancient Buddhist mural art. They also exemplify exchange between ancient China and other Silk Road cultures. 

        

      (Text and photos by Wei Yao) 

        

      Copyedited by G.P. Wilson 

      Comments to weiyao@cicgamericas.com 

        

       

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