ACAW Presents a New Look at Asian Contemporary Art

After a year and a half of preparation, Asian Contemporary Art Week kicked off at Taymour Grahne Gallery in Tribeca, featuring Palestinian-Kuwaiti artist Tarek Al Ghoussein’s solo exhibition - K Files. This week-long celebration of Asian art also gives New York audiences a great opportunity to have a closer at the most cutting-edge works by Chinese artists, SinoVision Journal reporter Jane Stone brings you the story.

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