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Proximities: What Time Is It There?
Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
May 24 – July 21, 2013
Continuing its expanded focus on exhibiting contemporary art, the Asian Art Museum presents Proximities, a series of three intimate exhibitions of recent and newly created artworks exploring the wide, elusive range of Asia through the varied perspectives of Bay Area artists. Guest curated by Glen Helfand, the exhibitions each feature 8-12 artworks—paintings, sculpture, video, installations, plus related programs—and are organized around cultural themes that resonate across all points of Asia: real and imagined landscapes; family/community; and trade/commerce. The artworks on view reflect the artists’ “proximity” to Asia and Asian history. – Asian Art Museum press release
Monica Shinn is an alumna of the Savannah College of Art and Design, with a BFA in Art History and Museum Studies. She currently resides in San Francisco, CA and works at the Asian Art Museum.
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