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

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: Bringing #StarringJohnCho to Life

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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Artist-in-Residence Yumi Sakugawa: We Are Not Bound By Our Narratives

Artist-in-Residence Yumi Sakugawa: We Are Not Bound By Our Narratives

We had the chance to speak with the Ignatz-Award-nominated artist about how she discovered her calling in comic books, how meditation and mindfulness have informed her art (and her life), and why we shouldn’t be tied to our narratives.
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Artist-in-Residence Dingding Hu: Adding Spice to Everyday Life

Artist-in-Residence Dingding Hu: Adding Spice to Everyday Life

Illustrator Dingding Hu has spent her life traversing different cultures through food. We had the chance to speak with our latest artist-in-residence about how she got into illustration, her early inspirations, and her favorite spicy dish.
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Artists-in-Residence Andrew Kung and Emanuel Hahn: Shining Light Through Stories

Artists-in-Residence Andrew Kung and Emanuel Hahn: Shining Light Through Stories

What places in the U.S. do you think of when you think of Asian Americans? San Francisco? Los Angeles? New York? How about the Mississippi Delta? That’s the question Brooklyn-based photographers Andrew Kung and Emanuel Hahn explored as they embarked on their audiovisual project, The Mississippi Delta Chinese. 

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Artist-in-Residence Yingqian Cao: Using Savvy to Find the Essence of Art

Artist-in-Residence Yingqian Cao: Using Savvy to Find the Essence of Art

On the surface, the patterns of Yingqian Cao’s works might seem alike. However, upon closer inspection are the subtle yet significant differences in lines, intensity, and energy.
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Tribeca Art + Culture Night: Learn the Art of Papercutting from Xin Song

Tribeca Art + Culture Night: Learn the Art of Papercutting from Xin Song

A night of art exhibitions, performances, and hands-on workshops right in our own neighborhood? We’re there!
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Artist-in-Residence Xin Song Sparkles: Her Modern Take on an Ancient Chinese Art

Artist-in-Residence Xin Song Sparkles: Her Modern Take on an Ancient Chinese Art

While you may be familiar with the traditional folk art of Chinese papercutting, you might not have seen it like this before.
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