ASIA CONTEMPORARY ART WEEK (ACAW) is taking a programmatic sabbatical in 2019 to plan our programs for 2020 and beyond. Please stay tuned. For questions and participation, please email us at acaw.contact@gmail.com.   Thank you for your support!          Read More

Lands, Waters, and Skies September 12 thru 20, 2019 If you were not among audiences seduced by Chopra‚Äôs enrapturing performance at Field Meeting in Dubai this January, where he clad in drag costume, silently made a stunning landscape drawing with 99 shades of red lipstick, than brace yourself for his new performance at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York this fall!   Similar... Read More

A special collaboration between ACAW and Media Partner Ocula archiving the 13th edition via photologs, articles, discussions and more! Click here to  Read More

ACAW 2018 Prelude

ACAW 2018 Prelude

A wide-ranging discussion with internationally noted, Mumbai-based artist, Jitish Kallat. Click here to  Read More

ACAW 2017 officially concludes with over 30 participating ACAW Consortium Partners and supporting institutions. See here for an updated list of press coverage.  Read More

Spotlighting Middle East and North Africa with seven essays on current manifold creative threads woven in the MENA region.  Read More

Signature Program of Asia Contemporary Art Week 2017 hosted at Asia Society Museum & SVA Theatre on October 14 & 15.  Read More

Summer exhibitions, artist workshops & talks at Consortium Partner venues: Asia Society, Ryan Lee Gallery, Klein Sun Gallery, Space Station, Queens Museum and more!  Read More

Now streaming on IBRAAZ, the leading publication on visual culture in North Africa & the Middle East – video recordings of performances, lecture performances, talks and discussions by over 30 artists/curators that presented in ACAW 2016 FIELD MEETING Take 5: Thinking Practice 2-day forum hosted at the Guggenheim Museum and Asia Society on Nov. 11 & 12.  Read More

Spring exhibitions, artist talks & performances at Consortium Partner venues: Asia Society, Gallery Zilberman, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Alserkal Avenue and more!  Read More