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Featuring an array of artworks from around South, Southeast and East Asia and the United States, this exhibition illustrates the concept of interdependence, by tying together historical art with fresh perspectives from living artists. Included are works by Do-Ho Suh, Binh Danh, Takashi Murakami and contemporary Nepalese artist Tsherin Sherpa. The exhibition explores themes such as shifting borders, karmic formations and struggles and healing. The tour will focus on artwork groupings highlighting the impact of historical events on contemporary situations.
Rosaline (Yi Yi Mon) Kyo is the guest curator for this exhibition. She is the Assistant Professor of Art History and Chinese Studies at Davidson College in North Carolina. She specializes in modern and contemporary Chinese and Tibetan art, with a specific focus on transcultural artistic exchanges.
Attendees can opt to join a no-host lunch after the tour.
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