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Asia Society remembers the gifted artist.
More than 80 works created in the wake of India's independence in 1947—primarily oil paintings from the 1940s to 1990s—are on view at Asia Society Museum in New York from September 14, 2018 through January 20, 2019.
Examining cultural traditions and expressions, celebrating diversity and multiculturalism, and exploring a changing Australian society
One of Chinatown's few female lion dancers, Sara Lai, discusses the often forgotten art of training to be a "lion head."
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Watch as the spirits of the deceased move on to the next realm
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On June 2, 2018, T M Krishna and Sidharth Bhatia, Founder Editor of the Wire.in, discuss the relationship between India's arts and society.
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Asia Society hosted the world premiere performances of a new piece by the acclaimed percussionist and composer.
Kenna's Asian landscapes are often the result of 10- to 12-hour exposures.
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Asia Society chats with the composer and drummer on her new multidisciplinary work, 'Fragility: An Exploration of Polyrhythms.'

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Composer Huang Ruo and librettist Bao-Long Chu discuss the chamber opera 'Bound,' inspired by a Texas honor roll student. Following the conversation, performers Fang Tao Jiang and Guang Yang sing excerpts from the work.
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A panel discussion featuring noted collectors of Indian art speaking on the role of passion, art appreciation, and aesthetics with regards to their private collections. Moderated by Asia Society Museum Director Boon Hui Tan.
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 /  India
Jyotindra Jain and Annapurna Garimella discuss the artist Jangarh Singh Shyam's expansive body of work and the mediated demarcations between folk and contemporary art.
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 /  India
Homi K. Bhabha, Nandita Das, T.M. Krishna and Yo-Yo Ma discuss the role of cultural hospitality and creativity in a world where communities are divided by ideologies of exclusion.
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 /  Southern California
The celebrated filmmaker discusses his new film, which probes personal values and relationships in a rapidly changing China through the tale of a local mobster and his girlfriend.
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 /  New York
Theatre artists David Henry Hwang and Bartlett Sher discuss where progress has been made when in comes to Asian representation in American popular media, and where it can still be improved.

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