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contemporary art

A child plays with some of the seeds in Ai Weiwei's 'Sunflower Seeds' at The Tate Modern in London, England on Oct. 11, 2010. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Ai Weiwei Unloads Millions of Sunflower Seeds on New York This Winter

Ai Weiwei's most famous installation is on view in North America for the first time at Mary Boone Gallery in New York City. more
Installation view of "Sarah Sze: Infinite Line" at the Asia Society Museum in December 2011. (Shreeya Sinha/Asia Society)

Wall Street Journal Stokes Anticipation for Asia Society Museum's Sarah Sze Exhibit

Asia Society Museum's latest exhibition receives a high-profile publicity boost from the Wall Street Journal. more
Sarah Sze, Checks and Balances, 2011. Stone, string, and ink on archival paper. Private collection.

Upcoming Asia Society Sarah Sze Exhibition Previewed in New York Times

Asia Society's long covered Park Avenue window will be exposed to reveal the artist's new site-specific installation. more
Sarah Sze, Guggenheim as a Ruin, 2009. Ink, string, collage on paper. Private collection.
Sarah Sze: Infinite Line
New York: Exhibition on view through March 25, 2012. more
U-Ram Choe. Custos Cavum, 2011. Steel, stainless steel, brass, aluminum, resin, CPUs, and motors. Courtesy of the artist.
U-Ram Choe: In Focus
Artist's first New York museum solo exhibition runs Sept. 9 – Dec. 31, 2011. more
Ai Weiwei: New York Photographs 1983–1993
June 29 through August 14, 2011 more
In New York on Mar. 23, 2011, Monir Farmanfarmaian explains how classical Persian architecture helped inspire the mirror motifs in her work. (1 min., 50 sec.)
Monir Farmanfarmaian on Mirrors, Mosaics, and the Mona Lisa
A major Iranian artist opens up about her career and the sources of her inspiration. more
L to R: Ushio Shinohara, Asia Society Museum Associate Curator Miwako Tezuka, and Tomokazu Matsuyama at Asia Society New York on Mar. 28, 2011. Behind them on screen is a 1965 work by Ushio Shinohara.
Neo-Dada Mix/Remix: Contemporary Japanese Art
Two Japanese artists representing two different generations share insights into their art and Japanese culture since the 1950s. more