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contemporary art

Yasuo Kuniyoshi in his studio at 20 East 14th Street in New York City on October 31, 1940. (Max Yavno/W.P.A./Archives of American Art)

For Heritage Month, Remembering 'One of a Kind' Painter Yasuo Kuniyoshi

An "enemy alien" during WWII, he later became the first living American painter to get a solo exhibition at the Whitney. more
Wael Shawky's "Dictums 10:120," above, is a Sharjah Biennial 11 installation featuring 32 live performers. (Sharjah Art Foundation)

Asia Society India Centre Offers Spectacular Art Getaway at 2013 Sharjah Biennial

This weekend, Asia Society India Centre offers access to one of the most important contemporary art venues. more
Painter Hiroshi Senju at work, from his video profile. (!)

Asia Society Hong Kong Artist Talk Showcases Japanese Painter Hiroshi Senju

This Wednesday, Asia Society Hong Kong offers a chance to hear renowned contemporary artist Hiroshi Senju discuss his career and creative vision. more

A 'Shahnameh' for the Digital Age (Complete)

Graphic artist Hamid Rahmanian and translator Ahmad Sadri unveil their lavish new edition of the 11th-century Persian epic. more

Wendi Murdoch: A New Platform for Contemporary Art

Wendi Murdoch outlines her ambitions for Artsy, the "art and technology company" she recently co-founded. more

Wendi Murdoch and Kenzo Digital: Art and Technology (Complete)

Wendi Murdoch and artist Kenzo Digital discuss how technology is transforming art presenting and collecting with Asia Society's Melissa Chiu. more
L to R: Kenzo Digital, Melissa Chiu, and Wendi Murdoch onstage at Asia Society New York on March 4, 2013. (C. Bay Milin/Asia Society)

Photos: Wendi Murdoch and Kenzo Digital at Asia Society New York

In pictures: Wendi Murdoch and Kenzo Digital together onstage for a talk on technology and contemporary art. more
Melissa Chiu (L) and Wendi Murdoch (R) onstage at Asia Society New York on March 4, 2013.

Wendi Murdoch and Kenzo Digital: Where Art and Technology Meet

Artsy's co-founder and an artist who's worked with the Obama campaign on the intersection of art and today's technology. more
Navin Rawanchaikul, "Tuk Tuk Goes to NY" (2001), interactive sculpture commissioned by Asia Society Museum. Rawanchaikul features in the new Guggenheim Museum exhibition "No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia," which travels to Asia Society Hong Kong in fall 2013. (Navin Rawanchaikul and Navin Production Co. Ltd.)

Guggenheim's 'No Country' Exhibit Bound for Asia Society Hong Kong in Fall

A new group exhibition encompasses 22 artists and collectives from the Indian subcontinent, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. more

In Conversation with CYJO

"Portraiture Now" exhibition artist CYJO discusses the start of her career and "The KYOPO Project." more