SOUTH AUSTRALIA No god but God: The art of Islam 24 Aug 2019 – 2 Feb 2020 Art Gallery of South Australia The Gallery’s first major display of Islamic art to encompass a geographical span extending from Morocco to Australia. The display includes a range of works from the 9th century to the contemporary era. Among them are some of the earliest works of Islamic art to enter the collection, from a bequest by Sir Samuel Way in 1916, to the most recent, Portrait of Emperor Akbar, acquired more than 100 years later. The Muslim Declaration of Faith `There is no god but God and Muhammad is his messenger’ inspired the title. – TAASA Review June 2019


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