We were stoked to see our latest artist-in-residence, William Yu, and his project, #SeeAsAmStar, featured in BuzzFeed! And being called the "famed Pearl River Mart" didn't hurt either.
The World Journal spoke with artists-in-residence Andrew Kung and Emanuel Hahn about their backgrounds and their experiences as they sought to capture the stories of the Chinese community in the Mississippi Delta.
We’re so happy to be partnering with Think!Chinatown on their Everyday Chinatown community project, a collection of “ordinary” objects and the significance, stories, and memories behind them. We had the chance to speak to Sinovision about it.
Sinovision spoke with artist-in-residence Ben Sloat about his exploration of identity, individuality, and commodity in his exhibit, The Pearls That Were His Eyes.
Widewalls, an urban and contemporary art resource, takes a close look at our friend, neighbor, and collaborator, Artists Space.
We’re so proud and excited! Our artist-in-residence, Louis Chan, and his exhibit, My Home, were profiled in CNN Style!
"Many Chinese immigrants seem to live in time capsules,” artist-in-residence Louis Chan told China Press during the opening reception of his exhibit, My Home.
Our artist-in-residence Louis Chan spoke to World Journal about the meaning behind the objects in his photographs.
The Villager explores the “Resilience / Resistance” exhibition from the Chinatown Art Brigade, on display at our store through Jan. 22.
Voices of NY visits our mezzanine gallery to take in photographer Corky Lee's extensive collection.
Traditional Chinese motifs trend alongside vintage street style and high-end fashion at benefit for museum’s Costume Institute.