Asia Week 2014

Asia Week 2014

In celebration of Asia Week New York (March 14 - 22), Artsy features top exhibitions, interviews with curators and artists, and highlights from participating institutions.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Asian Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China
Christine Kuan
In Conversation with Met Curator of Asian Art, Maxwell K. Hearn
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Flowering of Edo Period Painting: Japanese Masterworks from the Feinberg Collection
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Tibet and India: Buddhist Traditions and Transformations
Liz Luna
In Conversation with Met Curator, Kurt Behrendt
Chinese Artists on Contemporary Art
In Conversation with Artist Hu Xiangqian
Xu Zhen: MadeIn, Manhattan
Cai Guo-Qiang on Chinese Peasants, Instagram, and his Personal Chef
Wang Qingsong on the Venice Biennale and Squid Ink Pasta
Top Asian Art Exhibitions
Brooklyn Museum
Ai Weiwei: According to What?
China Institute Gallery
Inspired by Dunhuang: Re-creation in Contemporary Chinese Art
Princeton University Art Museum
Japanese Gallery Rotation | Humor and Wit
The Noguchi Museum
Highlights from the Collection: Noguchi Archaic/ Noguchi Modern
Asia Society
Tales of Wonder: Indian Art from the Asia Society Museum Collection
Rubin Museum of Art
Allegory and Illusion: Early Portrait Photography from South Asia
Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA)
Xu Zhen: A MadeIn Company Production
Asian Art Museum
Yoga: The Art of Transformation
Asia Week Institutions
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn Museum
Princeton University Art Museum
China Institute
9-01 33rd Rd., Queens
The Noguchi Museum
Newark Museum
Asia Society
Rubin Museum of Art
Japan Society
About Asia Week New York
Asia Week New York
Top Ten Reasons to Attend Asia Week New York
Asia Week New York
Museum Curators Head to New York for Asia Week New York
Asia Week New York
Discovering Affordable Market Sectors at Asia Week New York
Highlights and Insights from the Organizers
Asia Week New York