At a time when Muslims are often misunderstood, a museum opening in Toronto hopes to bridge barriers and celebrate centuries of artistic achievements …
It’s the first museum of its kind in North America and hosts a robust calendar of events, from lectures to spoken-word performances to musical productions.
The wealthy Prince Aga Khan tasked Pritzker Award–winning architect Fumihiko Maki with creating a magnificent space to house his impressive collection of more than a thousand Islamic artifacts, among them, 16th-century Chinese pottery inlaid with Arabic calligraphy and 15th-century Indian Qur’ans inscribed on cloth.
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