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Negotiating Change: Art From Societies in Transition (Complete)

NEW YORK, October 20, 2017 — In conjunction with Asia Contemporary Art Week, Asia Society Museum in New York hosted a symposium on issues raised in the exhibition After Darkness: Southeast Asian Art in the Wake of History. The symposium included keynote addresses by John Clark and Boon Hui Tan, a performance by Moe Satt, and discussions with artists Apinan Poshyananda, Dinh Q. Lê, and Tintin Wulia. (3 hr., 7 min.)


Policy
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New York
Panel examines chronic problems in Central Asia, more than 20 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Arts
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New York
Iranian artist opens up about his career with Asia Society's Melissa Chiu.
Arts
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New York
In poetry and song, English and Urdu, the last lyrics attributed to Shah Zafar, the last Mughal.
Arts
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New York
Ghazals and folk poetry performed by Vidya Shah and musicians enhance William Dalrymple's evocations of Shah Zafar's court.
Arts
William Dalrymple explores the artistic and political complexities of art created for the Indian court and European patrons in Delhi between 1707 and 1857.
Arts
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New York
The historian and travel writer delves into the culturally hybrid art and society of Europeans who "went native" in India.
Hong Kong
Veteran diplomat and Asia Society President Emeritus offers a "worm's-eye-view" of President Nixon's visit to China in 1972.
Lifestyle
Asia Society Trustee Stephanie Foster interviewed the institution's family members after the launch of the Hong Kong Center.
Lifestyle
Asia Society Presidents, past and current, discuss how the institution came to establish a presence in Hong Kong.
Lifestyle
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Hong Kong
Asia Society made history today with the Grand Opening of its new state-of-the-art home in Hong Kong.
Lifestyle
Video tour of Asia Society's new Hong Kong Center complex.
India
In Mumbai, the author of the 2011 Gandhi biography "Great Soul" discusses aspects of the Mahatma's life and career with Ranjit Hoskote.