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Asia Society Museum

Founded by John D. Rockefeller 3rd in 1956, Asia Society is America’s leading multidisciplinary institution dedicated to understanding Asia and promoting dialogue between Americans and the people of Asia. Across the fields of arts, business, culture, education, and policy and through art exhibitions, performing arts, lectures, films, publications, and international conferences, Asia Society provides information and insights about the region that further Americans’ knowledge of Asian cultures and societies.

HOURS
Tuesday – Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m
Friday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

Artists

Hamra Abbas

On View: Part 1

Ghiora Aharoni

On View: Part 1

Song-Ming Ang

On View: Part 2

Reza Aramesh

On View: Part 2

Christine Ay Tjoe

On View: Part 1

Nandalal Bose

On View: Part 1

Mina Cheon

On View: Part 2

Cheuk Wing Nam

On View: Part 2

Vibha Galhotra

On View: Part 2

Kyungah Ham

On View: Part 1

Joyce Ho

On View: Part 2

Abir Karmakar

On View: Part 2

Kimsooja

On View: Part 1

Lao Tongli

On View: Part 1

Dinh Q. Lê

On View: Part 2

Li Jianjun

On View: Part 1

Minouk Lim

On View: Part 1

Lu Yang

On View: Part 2

Prabhavathi Meppayil

On View: Part 2

Mountain River Jump!

On View: Part 2

Kevork Mourad

On View: Part 1

Nasim Nasr

On View: Part 1

Jordan Nassar

On View: Part 1

Hetain Patel

On View: Part 1

Anne Samat

On View: Part 1

anGie seah

On View: Part 2

Shahzia Sikander

On View: Part 1

Arpita Singh

On View: Part 1

Samita Sinha

On View: Part 1

Sun Xun

On View: Part 1

Melati Suryodarmo

On View: Part 2

Natee Utarit

On View: Part 1

Jason Wee

On View: Part 1

Xu Zhen®️

On View: Part 1 & 2

Xu Bing

On View: Part 1

Ken + Julia Yonetani

On View: Part 1

Huang Ruo, Composer in Residence

Venue Information

725 Park Avenue (at 70th Street) 
New York, NY 10021

Visitors can access Asia Society by taking the 6 subway to East 68th Street/Hunter College, or the F or Q subway to East 63rd Street/Lexington Avenue.

To reach Asia Society by bus, visitors may take the M1, M2, M3, or M4 to Madison Avenue and East 70th Street; the M101 or M102 to Lexington Avenue and East 70th Street; the M30 to Park and 72nd; and the M66 to Park Avenue and 68th Street.

Limited on-street metered and unmetered parking is available in the neighborhood.
For additional options, visit http://nyc.bestparking.com or http://www.parkme.com.

 

Please inquire at the Reception Desk for any assistance you may require. Asia Society Museum and its programs are accessible to people using wheelchairs. Wheelchairs are available for use during your visit. A limited number of assistive listening devices, headsets, and neckloops are available for most programs at Asia Society. A mobile phone audio tour is available. Large-font audio tour scripts are available at the Reception Desk. Large-font exhibition labels are available outside the Museum galleries.

Free public Wi-Fi is available throughout Asia Society.

Asian-inspired meals may be found at the Garden Court Café, which is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

During the Triennial, AsiaStore at Asia Society and Museum is open Tuesday – Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m and Friday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.