At Parasol Projects through Sunday November 26th, the Asian Society of Arts presents the group exhibition “In time/Out of Place,” curated by Katya Grokhovsky.
Making manifest the latent struggle existing between our temporary human existence and the longevity of place, the exhibition investigates aspects of identity and geography.
The Asian Society of the Arts, which advocates for and provides opportunities to artists from overseas relocating to the United States, here features works by artists Munjer Hashim, Jian Yi, Maiko Kikuchi, Harshad Marathe, Kohei Urakami, Jerri Wei, Xiaoye Xing, and curator Grokhovsky who hails from Australia.
Utilizing video, animation, prints, digital art, illustrations and architectural stylings, “In time/Out of Place” takes new media and contemporary topics to new levels in an urgent and coherent exhibition.
Programming includes a lecture on Saturday, 11/25 at 4 pm and a closing event on Sunday, 11/26 from 6-8 pm. Exhibition hours last from 12-6 pm until the closing party on Sunday, 11/26. Saturday’s lecture focuses on the Digital Age of the Art Market and will be led by Ms. Yixin Wang, and the closing celebration features a violin performance by Anna Tsukervanik and live action by Katya Grokhovsky (7 pm).