Artist Jerry May with his work in the Pearl River Mart gallery in Tribeca

Jerry Ma: A Chinatown Odyssey (Jan. 18–March 8, 2020)

The Longevity Monk on a scared journey. Pigsy the reincarnated half-pig man. Sandy the man-eating sand demon. And the Monkey King, transmorgrifier, fighter, and all-around trickster. So are the gang of four in A CHINATOWN ODYSSEY, graphic novel artist Jerry Ma’s modern retelling of a Chinese classic.
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Illustrated graphic for Asian Babies art exhibition with cartoon figures with baby carriage and hanging up art pieces

Asian Babies: Works from Asian 'New Yorker' Cartoonists (Oct. 4, 2019–Jan. 12, 2020)

In cartoonist parlance, a “baby” is a piece of work. Cartoonists often speak of “finding a home” for their babies — in other words, a place for their cartoons to be published. The “babies” in this exhibition are from 10 talented cartoonists of Asian descent who have been published in The New Yorker.

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Artist Dingding Hu in front of her illustrations in the Pearl River Mart gallery in Tribeca

Dingding Hu: Hu is Hungry: An Illustrated Journey of a Starving Artist (July 19–Sept. 9, 2018)

Inspired by decorative art, Hu’s delightfully whimsical illustrations document her culinary journeys and observations from around the world, bringing the everyday to life (and sometimes larger than life) and revealing the extraordinary in the ordinary.
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Artist Felicia Liang in front of 100 of her illustrations in the Pearl River Mart gallery in Tribeca

Felicia Liang: #100DAYSIANS: An Illustrated Exploration of Asian American Identity (Aug. 12–Sept. 23, 2017)

Artist and illustrator Felicia Liang began #100DAYSIANS with the idea of creating one drawing every day for 100 days ― and in the end discovered much more.
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