Asian Contemporary Art Week

This week is full of great screenings and shows connected to this event. Check out the full schedule here.

Two highlights that are opening Thursday, March 20:

Winkleman Gallery
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I Dream of the ‘Stans: New Central Asian Video Order
Co-curated by Leeza Ahmady, Murat Orozobekov and Edward Winkleman, works by artists from Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan. Incredible critical international acclaim has greeted Central Asian artists in recent years. Most of the newfound attention centers on the remarkably strong single- and multi-channel video works produced in the region, a fact often attributed to the centuries-old traditions of street theater, storytelling and weaving.

Winkleman Gallery – 637 W. 27th St. (Bet. 11th and 12th Ave.)
6–8 P.M. Opening Reception

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Thomas Erben Gallery
Ashok Sukumaran. Glow Positioning System, Mumbai, 2005.

Ashok Sukumaran: Glow Positioning System and Other Forms of Address
A Golden Nica winner for Interactive Art, 2007 Prix Ars Electronica, Sukumaran presents video documentation of his multifariously panoramic, light-based work originally installed in Mumbai. The result of a vast collaboration with street decorators, residents, and private and state agencies that could be activated and animated by a single “viewer” using a hand-crank.

Thomas Erben Gallery – 526 W. 26th St. (4th floor)
6–8 P.M. Opening Reception