“Speculative fabulation” describes a strategy of reimagining accepted ideas to arrive at new possibilities via imaginative world-building.
The exhibition weaves together 30 contemporary artworks created by more than twenty artists who self-identify as Asian American.
This is the first of a series of planned exhibitions and programs focused on Korean art at the Denver Art Museum.
This will be the inaugural exhibition in the National Museum of Asian Art’s modern and contemporary galleries, opening as the museum celebrates its centennial year.
The Cleveland Museum of Art presents China’s Southern Paradise: Treasures from the Lower Yangzi Delta, a landmark exhibition that explores the historical and cultural riches of a pivotal region known as Jiangnan.
Morton Fine Art presents “Murmuration,” an exhibition of mixed-media paintings and mosaic by Washington D.C.-based artist Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann.
Tammy Nguyen’s gilded paintings are composite images that reconsider lesser-known histories against the backdrop of lush landscapes.
The modern Japanese art exhibition features paintings, ceramics and lacquerware produced between the 1860s and 1930s.
From May 1 to May 14, 2023, the National Museum of Asian Art marks its centennial by hosting the inaugural Pacific American Heritage Festival.
Zoological imagery has a mysterious appeal. Animals in Japanese Art, on view at the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) March 30–July 23,
The Minneapolis Institute of Art will organize and present an exhibition of about 150 of the museum’s ancient Chinese bronzes