Your generous, tax-deductible contribution to the Asia Society Triennial will support artists’ projects and keep the Triennial free for all visitors.
Friends of Asian Art
A fascinating group for individuals with a specific interest in art, from the visual to the performing and from traditional to cutting-edge Asian contemporary art. Members enjoy exclusive access to curator-led tours, talks, and artist studio visits. The Friends are vital to the success and growth of Asia Society's artistic and cultural programming.
Discover the rich legacy of Asian arts and culture, and learn about the region from the experts and political leaders who are shaping its future. Your membership provides vital support that allows us to continue to offer extraordinary programming across the fields of art, policy, business, and culture.
Global Council on Asian Arts & Culture
This exceptional, high-level group of individuals shares a passion for and curiosity about the arts and culture of Asia and understands their importance in building bridges of understanding. Council members join together to consider current trends and issues in Asian arts and to learn from important artists, scholars, and thinkers in the field. Council membership is by invitation from Boon Hui Tan, vice president for global artistic programs and director of Asia Society Museum. For more information on this special group, please call 212-327-9268.
Agnes Hsu-Tang, Ph.D. (chair)
Renée Fleming (honorary chair)
Mary Dee Hicks
Joleen and Mitch Julis
Harold and Ruth Newman
Cynthia Hazen Polsky
Sana H. Sabbagh
Dr. Andreas Teoh
Agnes Hsu-Tang, Ph.D. and Oscar L. Tang
Betsy and Edward Cohen, Naznin and Mahmood Khimji, Jacqueline Badger Mars, Vinod and Adel Nair, Sana H. Sabbagh, Lulu and Anthony Wang
Anonymous, Frank and Susan Brown, Richard Koh, Robert and Kate Niehaus, Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon Polsky
Jung and Nelson Chai, Sonny and Gita Mehta, Jason Nazmiyal
Additional Support By
Carolyn Hsu-Balcer and René Balcer, Amitha Raman and Neil Luthra
This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York State Council on the Arts; and additional foundation support comes from the Areté Foundation, Beijing Contemporary Art Foundation, Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, Korea Foundation, and Shiv Nadar Foundation.
Asia Society programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.