Discover new ways of thinking about the study of Asian art and its future directions with this stimulating panel discussion, opening the conference Asian Art History in the Twenty-First Century. Asia Society President Vishakha N. Desai is joined by leading scholars Oleg Grabar, Princeton University, and Wu Hung, University of Chicago. These experts look at the regionalization of art within a global framework, as well as how the diversity of artistic expression in Asia still demands that art be looked at within specific cultural contexts.
The conference continues in Williamstown, MA, April 28-29.
Conference has been generously sponsored by The Henry Luce Foundation and The W.L.S. Spencer Foundation
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