A scene from the Proximities 1 evening event.
Asian Art Museum is welcoming back their Thursday night hours with art, cash bar refreshments, a special tea tasting courtesy of ATELIER DION and Song Tea, and music by P-Play of Honey Soundsystem. Get the insider's perspective on Proximities 3: Import/Export with curator Glen Helfand, who'll be giving an in-gallery talk. Some of the artists will also be in attendance and of course, their collection galleries will be open. This is the final Proximities exhibition, so come celebrate it in style before its closing on February 23rd.
The Tea Tasting
Inspired by the exhibition themes of commerce and exchange, Jay and Rie Dion (ATELIER DION) have produced a limited edition tea cup. Participants can take one home if they make a donation to the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns, supporting Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts in the Philippines.
About Proximities 3: Import/Export
The concept that almost everyone on the planet touches something that is conceived, mined, manufactured, routed, or outsourced in Asia informs this final installment of our contemporary art series Proximities. Bay Area artists examine ways in which mass production, raw materials and economies of trade contribute to impressions of Asia.
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