Arts Video Gallery

This page features all video coverage of Asia Society New York's recent Arts programming. Please note: Clicking on a video will send you to Asia Society's global video gallery.

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Contemporary artist Vibha Galhotra addresses the titular question in a panel discussion based on her long-term work around the use of water.
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In this illustrated lecture, art historian and curator Donald Stadtner explores the complex syncretism of religious practice in Sri Lanka.
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Al Qasimi was selected for broadening awareness of art in her native Gulf region.
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Azra Raza and Siddhartha Mukherjee discuss Raza's book 'The First Cell: And the Cost of Pursuing Cancer to the Last.' The book tackles questions of progress (or lack thereof) in the fields of cancer research, treatment, and care.
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Session III of the 2019 China-U.S. Cultural Investment Forum focused on how international collaboration can nurture talent, promote cultural and economic development, advance technology, and impact social policy making.
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Session II of the 2019 China-U.S. Cultural Investment Forum presented various cases of collaborations in art, technology, and society, offering insight into challenges and opportunities.
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Session I of the 2019 China-U.S. Cultural Investment Forum covers the impact of cultural investment and social innovation.
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Asia Society's Boon Hui Tan and Beijing Contemporary Art Foundation President Cui Qiao welcome guests to the 2019 edition of the China-U.S. Cultural Investment Forum and deliver opening remarks.
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Indonesian performance artist Melati Suryodarmo discusses her creative journey, philosophy, and artistic practice, shaped by traditional Javanese meditation, Japanese butoh, and her studies with Marina Abramović.
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Through the lens of seasonal change, aging, death, and baseball, the author Pico Iyer shows the rest of the world how his adopted homeland feels hauntingly familiar yet completely foreign.
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In her new book, Fatima Bhutto offers a vivid look at the popular culture emerging from the East, challenging America’s soft power dominance.
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Artist Xiaoze Xie discusses research on the history of censorship in China that inspired the exhibition 'Objects of Evidence.' Joining him are historians and expert on the subject Martin Heijdra (Princeton University) and James Tager (PEN).
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In his new book, William Dalrymple details the fall of the Mughal Empire and rise of the East India Company into a global corporate power with authority over an entire subcontinent.
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The beloved Bollywood actor appears in conversation with Teamwork Arts' Roy, discussing her life, career, and battle with ovarian cancer.
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The author of 'Mapping the Heavens: The Radical Scientific Ideas That Reveal the Cosmos,' Yale University Professor of Astrophysics Priyamvada Natarajan presents on a variety of topics including dark matter, dark energy, and black holes.
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Novelists, scholars, and food critics, including Adam Platt of New York magazine and Ligaya Mishan of the New York Times, address the complex relationship between food, memory, and narrative.
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A panel of writers and scholars looks at the forces of nationalism, the demographics and economics of human movement, and personal interpretations and stories of the lands we call home.
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A raga piano and guitar performance kicks off JLF New York, a production of the Jaipur Literature Festival.