CONTEMPORARY CONTEMPLATIONS – Sura Wood

Posted on 9 September, 2015 on The Bay Are Reporter Online

"Mid-Autumn Festival" (1969) by Liu Guosong. Ink and colors on paper. Photo: Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

“Mid-Autumn Festival” (1969) by Liu Guosong. Ink and colors on paper. Photo: Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

“The Asian Art Museum continues its march into the present and its bid to win the hearts and minds of younger audiences with First Look: Collecting Contemporary at the Asian, the second of two exhibitions this year that have accentuated modern art. While the first venture in this forward-looking direction, 28 Chinese, an impressive showcase for a constellation of China’s art stars, relied on loans from other institutions,First Look draws on the museum’s diverse acquisitions over the last 15 years, some purchased as recently as 2015, by artists not only from China, Korea and Japan, but also from Saudi Arabia, the Philippines and Thailand…”

Contemporary contemplations – Asian Art Museum, San Francisco

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