NY1: Asian Cartoonists' Work Highlighted in Chinatown Pearl River Mart

NY1: Asian Cartoonists' Work Highlighted in Chinatown Pearl River Mart

We had so much fun during the opening reception for our latest art exhibition — and NY1 was there!
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New Yorker cartoonist Amy Hwang

Artist-in-Residence Amy Hwang: How Passion and Pragmatism Can Go Hand in Hand

In her TED talk, New Yorker cartoonist Amy Hwang talks about her journey from full-time to architect to freelance cartoonist, all the while juggling single motherhood. We had the chance to chat with Amy about her journey as well as her advice for budding cartoonists.
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New Yorker cartoonist Jeremy Nguyen

Artist-in-Residence Jeremy Nguyen: Mining Life for Cartoon Gems

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.

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Jewelry designer and Pearl River artist-in-residence Suzette Gabriel-Shoebitz

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.

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Calling All Artists! Apply to Exhibit in Our Gallery

Calling All Artists! Apply to Exhibit in Our Gallery

We recently opened our 20th art exhibition, and we’re celebrating by holding our first ever open call for artists of all media and stages of career to apply to exhibit in our gallery.
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Philip Poon, an architect and Pearl River's latest artist-in-residence

Artist-in-Residence Philip Poon: Fitting Architecture into Identity, Activism, and Change

We spoke with architect Philip Poon about how he balances living in multiple worlds at once, how the projects in his exhibition reflect that, and how architecture can be a form of activism.
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Individually painted lanterns hanging in a gallery

A Litany of Lovely Lanterns: Next Level x Pearl River Mart for Design Week 2019

This year for NYCxDesign, we’ve collaborated with design cooperative, Next Level, on an exquisite lantern exhibition.
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Artist-in-residence William Yu

Artist-in-Residence William Yu: Bringing #StarringJohnCho to Life

What if the stars of movies like Mission Impossible, Captain Marvel, and the Avengers were Asian American? What if Captain America was Captain Asian America? Our latest artist-in-residence explores these questions and more.
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Let There Be Light: A Conversation with Neon Sculpture Artist Juno Shen

Let There Be Light: A Conversation with Neon Sculpture Artist Juno Shen

You might have seen her work in HBO’s High Maintenance, designer Sandy Liang’s showroom, or nail artist superstar Mei Kawakiri’s Instagram feed. Now you can see the bold and eye-catching work of neon light artist Juno Shen in our Chelsea Market store.
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Artist-in-Residence Johnny Tang: Seeking Perfect Imperfection, One Photo at a Time

Artist-in-Residence Johnny Tang: Seeking Perfect Imperfection, One Photo at a Time

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.

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Artists-in-Residence Arlan Huang and Mee Mee Chin: Creating Connections Through Paintings, Performance, and Place

Artists-in-Residence Arlan Huang and Mee Mee Chin: Creating Connections Through Paintings, Performance, and Place

We spoke with our latest artists-in-residence about their backgrounds, how memory plays a part in their work, and how a chance meeting at a subway station led to their new exhibition.
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How ‘Homeward Bound’ Came to Be: A Discussion with Curators Diane Wong and Huiying B. Chan

How ‘Homeward Bound’ Came to Be: A Discussion with Curators Diane Wong and Huiying B. Chan

We had the chance to speak with the curators behind our newest art exhibition, what they learned in their research, and what inspires them every day.
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