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Talks and Lectures

Into View: New Voices, New Stories Opening Celebration

Celebrate radical new narratives from woman and queer voices with a talk featuring five eminent local artists, preceded by a cross-disciplinary performance by Indonesia-based artist Duto Hardono.
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Join us for a stimulating discussion with woman and/or queer artists Cathy Lu, Younhee Paik, Stephanie Syjuco, TT Takemoto, and Rupy C. Tut highlighting the importance of demanding agency from familiar narratives within a male-dominated art world. Moderated by Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art and Programs Naz Cuguoglu, this unique event celebrates the opening of Into View: New Voices, New Stories, an exhibition showcasing recently acquired paintings, sculptures, ceramics, prints, and mixed-media work by local and international Asian American and Asian diaspora artists whose alternative narratives of mythology, history, and identity speak to a radically reimagined future.  

The program commences with a special performance by conceptual artist and educator Duto Hardono. Organized in collaboration with KADIST, a vocal group performance explores themes of repetition, language, and communication in dialogue with artworks in the exhibition.

1:30 PM: Performance, Variation & Improvisation for ‘In Harmonia Progressio’ (2017)
2:30 PM: Artist talk moderated by
Into View curator Naz Cuguoglu 




Top image: Apollo in Love (detail), 2004, by Younhee Paik (American, b. Korea, b. 1945). Oil on aluminum. Asian Art Museum, Gift of the artist, F2021.20.3. Photograph © Asian Art Museum.

Organizers & Sponsors

 Into View: New Voices, New Stories is organized by the Asian Art Museum. 

Sustained support generously provided by the Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Endowment Fund for Exhibitions and the Kao/Williams Contemporary Art Exhibitions Fund. 

The Practice Institute is an initiative of the Asian Art Museum supported by Xin Liu, Amanda Minami and the Chao Minami Family Fund, Jack and Susy Wadsworth, and Ruth and Ken Wilcox.  

NOVA is a new membership group dedicated to supporting contemporary art at the museum. 

Co-presenter credits: 

Duto Hardono, Variation & Improvisation for ‘In Harmonia Progressio’ is co-presented by KADIST and the Asian Art Museum as part of the opening celebration of the exhibition Into View: New Voices, New Stories and as part of a series of public programs for de montañas submarinas el fuego hace islas, curated by Yina Jiménez Suriel on view at KADIST through February 17, 2024. 

KADIST is a nonprofit contemporary art organization that believes artists make an important contribution to a progressive society through their artwork, which often addresses key issues of our time. Dedicated to exhibiting the work of artists represented in its collection, KADIST encourages this engagement and affirms contemporary art’s relevance within social discourse. Its local hubs in Paris and San Francisco organize exhibitions, physical and online programs, and host residencies. KADIST stays apprised of developments in contemporary art via a global advisor network, and develops collaborations internationally, including with leading museums, facilitating new connections across cultures and vibrant conversations about contemporary art and society. 

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