In this installation featuring paper works by Hong Hong, Asia Society's architecture is both a support and counterpoint for the artist's exploration of scale, visual perception, and experiential connection.
Over 60 images and ephemera show the breadth of Bangladeshi photographer, writer, activist, and institution-builder Shahidul Alam's practice and impact throughout his four-decade career, and explore how art can be a tool for social justice.
Four artists, using in our galleries as public-facing studio spaces, will be working in media ranging among painting, photography, video, sculpture, performance, and installation, and sharing their unique process with visitors.
Exploring the ritual significance of ancient Chinese bronzes, this exhibition sheds new light on innovations of form and ornamentation, and the advanced techniques of casting of these stunning objects.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Tsuruya Kōkei's first solo show in the United States, the exhibition will display 77 prints by this artist widely celebrated as one of Japan's leading contemporary print artists.
Tibetan Buddhist monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery will construct a mandala sand painting and perform special ceremonies August 14–18 at Asia Society Texas Center. During this ritual, millions of grains of sand are meticulously placed.