The Pakistan Youth Alliance (PYA) is on a mission to use a very visible form of street art to counter the intolerance, and worse, being spread by right-wing groups in Pakistan.
Art critic Holland Cotter calls major exhibition of 17th century Chinese paintings "compelling" and a "highlight of this year's Asia Week New York."
After decades of neglect (and worse), a Kabul home for Afghanistan's cultural heritage has a new lease on life.
The Chinese artist's latest creation, Book from the Ground: From Point-to-Point, is a literally iconic work of fiction.
The indefatigable artist and activist's first post is a video in which he argues for the role of the internet in establishing a civil society under authoritarian rule.
Contemporary Chinese artist Lin Tianmiao draws on personal experience and materials like thread and fabric to create dynamic, large-scale installations.
Artists Bharath Murthy and Kailash Iyer are taking advantage of crowd-sourcing and up-to-the-minute publishing technology to build an Indian audience for alternative comics.
View a sneak peek of the Asia Society Museum exhibition that "explores the rise of individualism in modern Chinese society."
Samantha Lo, a 25-year-old Singaporean graphic artist, was arrested for posting stickers on crosswalk buttons. We take a look at some of her work.
Three young artists from Pakistan speak candidly about the challenges they face in trying to make, and exhibit, their work.
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