There were many people who thought the summer exhibition of Matisse's cut-outs was truly glorious and life-affirming, while others muttered their six-year-old could do them – either way, it proved to be the most popular show in Tate's history, it was announced on Monday. … [Read more...] about Matisse: The Cut-Outs becomes Tate’s most popular exhibition ever
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The five objects from the museum’s collection, all going on public display for the first time include a two-headed drum (damaru) and a thigh trumpet (kangling) used in the practice of Chöd (cutting off), which was developed and popularised by an 11th-century female tantric practitioner Machig Labdrön. The instruments are used to invoke divine spirits to feast on your own body, which is a way of surrendering your ego. … [Read more...] about Tibetan objects made of human remains to go on show at British Museum