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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

In Conversation with Tad Nakamura (Complete)

Filmmaker Tad Nakamura joined Gary Nakamura and Dr. Mary Lee Webeck for a conversation about his film PILGRIMAGE. more

Artist Talk: CYJO (Complete)

The 'Portraiture Now' artist joined Asia Society Texas Center for a lively discussion about her work and looking beyond stereotypes. more

Alison Klayman on Ai Weiwei (Complete)

Alison Klayman, director of the documentary "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry," discusses her experience with the iconoclastic artist/activist. more
Natsumi Hayashi levitates in front of a public drinking fountain in her image "May 6, 2011." (Natsumi Hayashi)

Interview: Tokyo Photographer Reaches New Heights in 'Levitation' Self-Portraits

Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi redefines "levitation" photography in her self-portrait project. more
A woman walks past the world's largest triptych ever, produced by painter Zao Wou-ki and displayed at the Christie's Hong Kong Spring Auction preview in Hong Kong on May 26, 2005. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

Asia Society Hong Kong Event Honors Zao Wou-ki, a Global Artist Ahead of His Time

Scholar Melissa Walt explains what makes Zao Wou-ki one of the pre-eminent modern Chinese artists. more