Exterior View, Asia Society Museum

Asia Society Museum

  • New York, New York
  • USA

About the Museum


Asia Society Museum

Interior View, Asia Society Museum

Davis Thompson-Moss

Interior View, Asia Society Museum

Arts of Ancient Viet Nam installation view from exhibition at Asia Society Museum, February–May 2010

Interior View, Asia Society Museum

Eileen Costa

Interior View, Asia Society Museum

Zhang Huang: Altered States installation view from exhibition at Asia Society Museum, September 2007–January 2008

Interior View, Asia Society Museum

Elsa Ruiz , Elsa Ruiz

Interior View, Asia Society Museum

The Asia Society Museum organizes groundbreaking special exhibitions of both traditional and contemporary art, as well as displays of masterpieces from its permanent collection, the Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, III Collection. Comprised of fewer than 300 objects, it is nevertheless considered one of the most notable collections of Asian art in the United States, including objects from Pakistan to Japan to Java that date from the 11th century B.C. to the 19th century A.D. Its particular strengths are in Chinese ceramics of the Song and Ming periods, Chola-period Indian bronzes and Southeast Asian sculptures. This museum also features an impressive collection of video and new media art by contemporary Asian and Asian-American artists.

(Photo: © Lexi Namer)

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Recently Opened

Closing Soon

In Focus: An Assembly of Gods

8 Sep - 21 Jan 2018

After Darkness: Southeast Asian Art in the Wake of History

26 Sep - 25 Mar 2018
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