2019 Asia Week San Francisco Bay Area

NanHai Art, Milbrae / United States

October 3–13, 2019
September 12, 2019
NanHai Art
510 Broadway
Milbrae, California 94030
United States

T +1 650 259 2100
[email protected]


Asia Week San Francisco Bay Area is delighted to announce the final list of 45 participants committed to its fifth edition. Taking place in the first week of every October since 2015, Asia Week San Francisco Bay Area brings together Asian art galleries, auction houses, museums, and cultural institutions, for a series of events celebrating Asian art and culture. The mission of Asia Week San Francisco Bay Area is to establish a broad platform to showcase and promote Asian art, further fostering appreciation for cultural diversity. Asia Week San Francisco Bay Area focuses on presenting premier quality programs including exhibitions, auctions, lectures, seminars, curator and artist talks, book readings, film screenings, performances, and a featured annual symposium.

Co-hosted by NanHai Art, The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco and Christie’s, the 2019 Asia Week San Francisco Bay Area symposium entitled “In Ink: Current Trends of Ink Art” will kick off the fifth edition on October 5 from 2–5:30pm. Featuring speakers and panelists include: Abby Chen (Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, Asian Art Museum);  Katherine Don (Head of Arts & Cultural Development, Asia Society Hong Kong); Prof. Kuiyi Shen (University of California San Diego); Richard Vine (Managing Editor of Art in America); Chun Chen Wang(Deputy Director of CAFA Art Museum, China); moderated by Prof. Julia Andrews (The Ohio State University).

An opening reception for Asia Week SFBA 2019 and three concurrent NanHai Art exhibitions In Ink: Current Trends of Ink Art, Paramita- Recent Works of Xu Lei and Scent - Recent Works of Xu Hualing will follow from 5:30–6:30pm, October 5.

Seating is limited. Please find out more details and RSVP here

Asia Week SFBA 2019 participants:  Afsaneh Art & Culture Society - Ballet Afsaneh, ArtObjectGallery, ArtSpan, Asian American Women Artists Association, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Bonhams, Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, Center for Chinese Studies at UC Berkeley, Center for East Asian Studies Stanford University, Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco, Chinese Historical Society of America, Chopsticks Alley Art, Christie's, Contempor'ati Studios, Fine Arts Gallery at San Francisco State University, Guillermina Asian Art and Antiques, Hakone Estate and Gardens, Headlands Center for the Arts, Inner Eye Arts, Iwasawa Oriental Art, Japanese American Museum of San Jose, Kearny Street Workshop, Laasya Art, Manilatown Heritage Foundation at the International Hotel Manilatown Center, Minnesota Street Project, Misho Art Gallery, Mongolia Initiative at UC Berkeley, NanHai Art, Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Peninsula Museum of Art,  S.Bernstein & Co., Jade & Oriental Art,  San Francisco Art Dealers Association, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco Taiko Dojo, San Jose Museum of Art, SFO Museum, Society for Asian Art, Society for the Art and Cultural Heritage of India, Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Sotheby’s, The South Asia Art Initiative at UC Berkeley, Tokaido Arts, Town Hall Theatre and Village Theatre and Art Gallery.

To find out more about Asia Week SFBA participants’ upcoming events and programs, please visit asiaweeksf.com