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(From Borneo Bulletin)
Byline: Rosli Abidin Yahya
Works from Southeast Asia nations including Brunei Darussalam will be among the exhibits at an international Islamic art show that is set to open in the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra on Feb 24, which is intended to highlight the beauty and complexity of the Islamic culture in the region.
Entitled 'Crescent Moon: Islamic Art and Civilisation in Southeast Asia,' the artworks were first exhibited in Adelaide last November, and ended on Jan 29.
The exhibition of 180 Southeast Asian art treasures was special as many museums from the …