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I.M. Pei Visits Asia Society Museum's New Exhibition

NEW YORK, September 8, 2016 — Asia Society Museum recently welcomed the renowned architect I.M. Pei to view No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki, the first-ever U.S. retrospective on the work of the painter, who was a friend and collaborator of Pei's. In this video, watch Pei wander through the exhibition that The New York Times has called  “beautiful” and “intriguing.”

No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki is on view from September 9, 2016, to January 8, 2017, at Asia Society Museum. The exhibition is co-organized by Asia Society and the Colby College Museum of Art and will be on view at Colby from February 4 to June 4, 2017. (38 seconds)

Learn more about Asia Society Museum's Fall 2016 exhibition No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki.


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