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'Yōkai: Scenes of the Supernatural in Japanese Woodblock Prints' brings together the art of Japan in this exhibition with over 80 works, featuring Edo period woodblock prints as well as printed books (e-hon) spanning over 250 years.
'Everything She Has Within Herself' brings together three murals of empowerment by Jas Charanjiva, Chanel Miller, and Jenifer K. Wofford, originally commissioned by the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.
Through the works of artists Phung Huynh, Beili Liu, Tuan Andrew Nguyen, and Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya, 'Making Home: Artists and Immigration' centers the complexities of deeply personal histories of immigration.
Four artists, using our galleries as public-facing studio spaces, will be working in media including painting, sculpture, design, performance, and installation, and sharing their unique process with visitors.
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.