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Upcoming Programs at Asia Society
June 29, 2022
Tuan Andrew Nguyen, The Specter of Ancestors Becoming, 2019 4-channel video installation, Commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation and produced by Sharjah Art Foundation with additional production support from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan, New York.
Asia Society Texas
Making Home: Artists and Immigration
Exhibition through July 3
Making Home: Artists and Immigration focuses on immigration and related themes through the works of Phung Huynh, Beili Liu, Tuan Andrew Nguyen, and Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya. The exhibition engages with the individual, lived experiences of immigration through the paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, and installations of the four featured artists. Making Home centers on the complexities of deeply personal histories of immigration, as the artists consider topics of intergenerationality, the repercussions of colonial histories, dislocation, memory, otherness, belonging, and resilience.
Docent-led tours of Making Home allow visitors to experience art on a personal level, learn about art historical periods and styles, and hear stories associated with the artwork. In-person tours are available for this exhibition at 11am on Saturday, July 2. Also available on Saturday at 10am is a docent-led Architecture Tour of Asia Society's iconic and unique Center designed by Yoshio Taniguchi.
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Asia Society Japan
JapanCraft21: Building a Movement
In-person and online program, July 5 8am Tokyo time/July 4 7pm EDT
JapanCraft21 Director Steve Beimel will take a hard look at the current situation around Japan’s Master Crafts tradition — why the system is faltering, what can be done to turn it around, and the actions that JapanCraft21 is taking.
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