Memories from Java: Ernő Zboray’s Collection at the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts Memories from Java: Ernő Zboray’s Collection at the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts Memories from Java: Ernő Zboray’s Collection at the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts Memories from Java: Ernő Zboray’s Collection at the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

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Ernő Zboray brought a set of wayang golek puppets along with other objects to Hungaryfrom West Java in 1931. The collection was exhibited in the Ferenc Hopp Museum ofAsiatic Arts in the same year and received wide coverage in the contemporary press.Although there are some unanswered questions concerning the exact origin of theseobjects, the collection is relatively well-documented. The records of the 1931 exhibitionsurvived in the Archives of the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts, provide a contextwhich enables to view these pieces of art not as mere items from a strange world but as aset of objects that gave an insight into the traditional thinking of the people of Java.
Ernő Zboray brought a set of wayang golek puppets along with other objects to Hungaryfrom West Java in 1931. The collection was exhibited in the Ferenc Hopp Museum ofAsiatic Arts in the same year and received wide coverage in the contemporary press.Although there are some unanswered questions concerning the exact origin of theseobjects, the collection is relatively well-documented. The records of the 1931 exhibitionsurvived in the Archives of the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts, provide a contextwhich enables to view these pieces of art not as mere items from a strange world but as aset of objects that gave an insight into the traditional thinking of the people of Java.
Ernő Zboray brought a set of wayang golek puppets along with other objects to Hungaryfrom West Java in 1931. The collection was exhibited in the Ferenc Hopp Museum ofAsiatic Arts in the same year and received wide coverage in the contemporary press.Although there are some unanswered questions concerning the exact origin of theseobjects, the collection is relatively well-documented. The records of the 1931 exhibitionsurvived in the Archives of the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts, provide a contextwhich enables to view these pieces of art not as mere items from a strange world but as aset of objects that gave an insight into the traditional thinking of the people of Java.
Ernő Zboray brought a set of wayang golek puppets along with other objects to Hungaryfrom West Java in 1931. The collection was exhibited in the Ferenc Hopp Museum ofAsiatic Arts in the same year and received wide coverage in the contemporary press.Although there are some unanswered questions concerning the exact origin of theseobjects, the collection is relatively well-documented. The records of the 1931 exhibitionsurvived in the Archives of the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts, provide a contextwhich enables to view these pieces of art not as mere items from a strange world but as aset of objects that gave an insight into the traditional thinking of the people of Java.
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