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Pick of the Week
Pick of the Week

In Issue 117, AAP editor Lauren Long profiled Chloe Suen, founder of Hong Kong’s private Sun Museum. The article traces Suen’s entry into the world of fine art, and her abiding interest in Chinese art and history of the early 20th century. The article is also available in Chinese.

Sponsored
Sponsored

The art gallery √K Contemporary opened its doors in Tokyo this March. Find out more about the founder’s vision for the new gallery and its inaugural exhibition of Mono-ha artist Noriyuki Haraguchi.

Coronavirus Watch: What’s Open, What’s Closed?
Coronavirus Watch: What’s Open, What’s Closed?

The spread of Covid-19 has forced institutions around the world to close. Check out AAP’s running list of affected museums, galleries, and events in Asia and beyond, which we’ll update as more information becomes available.

Issue 117

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Opportunities
Opportunities

Check out our Opportunities page for information on awards, open calls, residencies, job openings, and more from organizations and initiatives around the world. Stay tuned for updated listings, or contact us if you have an opportunity to offer.

The Point
The Point

In Issue 117, artist and entrepreneur Sean Raspet writes on the pitfalls of art centered on climate change, and how the art world might engage more meaningfully with the topic. Read the full text, also available in Arabic, here.

Gathering: Political Writing on Art and Culture

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Totebag Bundle: Au Hoi Lam, Kunié Sugiura, Pio Abad, Slavs and Tatars

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