The striking duality of deadly weaponry forged with artistic beauty is on full display in this exhibition. With 63 works by master craftsmen from the 13th to 20th centuries, Lethal Beauty features full suits of armor, helmets, warrior hats, face masks, long and short swords, daggers, rifles, and more. This exhibition was curated by Dr. Andreas Marks, head of the Department of Japanese and Korean Art and Director of the Clark Center at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Lethal BeautySamurai Weapons and Armor
International Arts & Artists
Art Director: Simon Fong ▪ Designer: Melanie Feaster