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2014: Asia Society's Year in Pictures

Japanese-born, Brooklyn-based jazz trumpeter and composer Takuya Kuroda brought his ensemble to Asia Society New York on March 8, 2014. (Elena Olivo/Asia Society)
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Please join us for a look back at 2014 with this photo gallery, capturing the range of beauty and connection that happens every day at Asia Society across the globe.

We appreciate your support — here’s to another year of inspiring moments at Asia Society!

Interview: USPS Puts Its Stamp on Lunar New Year With Illustrator's New Series

Year of the Horse (Kam Mak)
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Meet Kam Mak, the artist behind the colorful U.S.P.S. stamp series, "Celebrating Lunar New Year," as he talks to us about what the holiday means to him and what inspires him in his designs.

Interview: Chinese Minority Cultures 'Pop Up' to Life in Vibrant Artist's Books

This spread from visual artist Colette Fu's new pop-up book
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In her remarkable new pop-up book, visual artist Colette Fu re-imagines the vibrant cultures of ethnic minorities in China's Yunnan Province.

Photos: A Call to 'Be Subversive' at Arts & Museum Summit in Hong Kong

Glenn D. Lowry, director of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, delivers the keynote address at the Arts & Museum Summit at Asia Society in Hong Kong on November 22, 2013. (Nick Mak/Asia Society)
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Glenn Lowry, director of New York's Museum of Modern Art, and other museum leaders gather at the inaugural two-day Asia Society event on the museum of the future.

Interview: What it Was Like to Travel to Iran With Andy Warhol in 1976

Andy Warhol in Iran in Isfahan, Iran, in 1976. (Bob Colacello)
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"I have to tell you, Andy liked to stay in his hotel room and call New York, order room service," said Bob Colacello.

Watch: Charlie Rose Covers 'Iran Modern'

L to R: Suzanne DiMaggio, Tom Nagorski, Charlie Rose and Melissa Chiu.
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Charlie Rose recently interviewed Asia Society's Melissa Chiu, Suzanne DiMaggio and Tom Nagorski about Asia Society Museum's 'Iran Modern' exhibition, which opened September 6 to rave reviews.

Video: An Introduction to the Iranian Modern Art Show Everyone's Talking About

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Asia Society Museum's latest exhibition, Iran Modern, explores art in pre-revolution Iran, focusing on the innovative, cosmopolitan era of the 1950s, 60s and 70s.

NYT on Iran Modern: 'Invaluable,' 'Stimulating,' 'Terrifically Good-Looking'

Siah Armajani. Ledge (1), 1970. Felt pen on graph paper. Unframed: 17 5/8 x 22 1/4 in. Collection of Beam Contemporary Art, New York and London, courtesy of the artist.
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New Asia Society Museum exhibition of Iranian art receives rave review from the New York Times' Holland Cotter.

Video: The Story Behind 'Iran Modern,' a Landmark Exhibition of Iranian Art

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Melissa Chiu and Tom Nagorski discuss the 1950s, 60s and 70s, an exhilarating period of time for Iranian art that ended with the 1979 revolution.

Interview: Art Conservation Guru Preserves Sacred Paintings' Spiritual, Material Sides

Anupam Sah (R) is the Head of Art Conservation at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya's Art Conservation Centre (L) in Mumbai. (Robert Cutts/Flickr)
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"The thangka ... are means for the Buddhists to achieve their aim of spiritual development, and are not just material works of art," says noted art conservator Anupam Sah. Join him at the CSMVS Museum Art Conservation Centre in Mumbai this Saturday, July 13.