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You’ve never seen a science fiction exhibit like Ian Cheng’s ‘Emissaries’

pl. em·is·sar·ies An agent sent on a mission to represent or advance the interests of another. The science fiction writer Philip K. Dick, whose seminal work, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? was a...

South Asian art exhibit shows a diaspora of dreams and visions

A grand exhibition has now graced us in a time where politics, identity, and xenophobia seem to be all we, as humans, think about on a regular, daily basis. Lucid Dreams and Distant Visions: South Asian Art in the Diaspora—currently on view at the Asia Society in New York City—goes further to define and elaborate meaning to these issues and to most importantly, how the effect is manifesting itself for South Asians and their communities in the United States and beyond.

A Different Gender in a World of Traditions

Overall, A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints is a captivating and provocative show that with bring about delight and further curiosity for all interested.

Martin Wong: Sign Languages, Prison Bars, and Poetic Beauty

Elvis Irizarry reviews the exhibition of Martin Wong's works at the Bronx Museum of Arts.

‘Philippine Gold’ exhibition an intriguing gem

Philippine Gold: Treasures of Forgotten Kingdoms brings forth an important period in history that many never knew existed.

Alfonso Ossorio: Master of secret systemizations

Filipino abstract artist continues to intrigue