Special Exhibition: Photographs by Benoy Behl October 15 – December 5, 2014

Organized in conjunction with the John E. Sawyer Seminar “Critical Silk Road Studies,” the Georgetown University Department of Art and Art History is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by Benoy Behl. This collection of twenty photographs highlight Buddhist sites of cultural, artistic, and historic significance from ten different countries around the world. The exhibition will run from October 15 – December 5, 2014.
Behl is a New Delhi-based filmmaker, author, art historian, and photographer who is known for his tireless and prolific output of work over the past 35 years. He has made 130 documentaries, which are regularly screened at major cultural institutions worldwide. He has also taken over 44,000 photographs of Asian monuments and art heritage, and is recognized by the Limca Book of Records as the most travelled photographer. His photographic exhibitions have been warmly received in 34 countries around the world.

Location: Walsh Building, Georgetown University campus (1221 36th St. NW, Washington, DC 20057)

For more information, please visit the gallery website: art.georgetown.edu/galleries for more information.