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Arts and Culture

Asia Society showcases arts and culture programming across our global locations, with a focus on visual art, performing arts, film, and literature throughout Asia and Asian diasporas.

Through exhibitions and related cultural programs, we provide a forum for the issues and viewpoints reflected in the art in Asia and Asian diasporas today.

  • Now on View in New York

    COAL + ICE 

    Photo Credit: Leah Thompson
  • Now on View in Texas

    Xu Bing: Word Alchemy

    Photo Credit: Alex Barber
  • Now on View in Hong Kong

    Never End: The Art and Life of Gaylord Chan

  • Short Story

    China Books Review: The Habit of Hoping

    Photo Credit: Xinyue Chen
    Visitor looking at artwork at Asia Society Museum in New York

    Asia Society Museum

    The Asia Society Museum in New York presents groundbreaking exhibitions of pre-modern and modern, and contemporary art of Asia and Asian diasporas, taking new approaches to known masterpieces and introducing underrecognized artists.

    Photo Credit: Elena Olivo

    Our Galleries

    Visit our galleries in New York, Hong Kong, and Texas to view rotating exhibitions offering unique perspectives through Asian art from around the world.

    Museum Collection

    Use this online tool to explore hundreds of artworks and objects of Asia and Asian diapsoras in our collection.

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    Asia Arts Game Changer Awards

    Honoring major artists, gallerists, and dignitaries from the art world for their significant contributions to contemporary art.

    Group of glass awards
    U.S.-Asia Entertainment Summit

    A gathering of dealmakers, thought leaders, and content creators in the U.S. and Asian entertainment industries.

    Illustration of face profile
    Creative Voices of Muslim Asia

    A multidisciplinary initiative to use art to understand the complexity of cultures in the Muslim world.

    Headshots of Jen Shyu and Sumi Tonooka,
    In the Green Room

    Acclaimed women jazz artists draw upon personal stories  to reclaim and amplify their legacies.