In our newest exhibition, A CHINATOWN ODYSSEY, Jerry Ma modernizes the classic Chinese tale of the Monkey King. We had the chance to speak to the graphic novel artist about his exhibition, experiences with Comic Con, and love for a Chinatown gone by.
We first met New Yorker cartoonist Jeremy Nguyen at the opening reception for former artist-in-residence Dingding Hu. Almost exactly a year later, he’s a co-curator — along with fellow New Yorker cartoonist Amy Hwang — of our latest art exhibition, Asian Babies: Works from Asian ‘New Yorker’ Cartoonists.
Artist-in-Residence Suzette Gabriel-Schoebitz: Reuse, Repair, and Recycle — One Piece of Jewelry at a Time
We had the chance to speak with the jewelry designer about her exhibition with us, the impact visiting Laos as a child had on her life and art, and how being on top of a mountain can make one’s problems seem very small.
Our newest art exhibition gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, "seeing double." We had the chance to speak to artist-in-residence, Johnny Tang, about his surreal and mind-bending photographs, the traditions and philosophies that inspired them, and how art helped him navigate grief and loss.