Museums & Galleries

Asian Art Museum

February 1st-28th, 2022

Tue.–Sun., 10 a.m.–5 p.m. & Thursday 1–8 p.m.

200 Larkin St.

Opening Feb. 18 is “When Rabbit Left the Moon,” Emiko Omori’s elegiac video poem, a meditation on personal memories and generational trauma, on the anniversary of the signing of the order that led to the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II; through Feb. 14 is “Team Lab: Continuity,” where visitors can become part of an interactive landscape of blooming flowers, darting fish, and soaring crows; through May 2 is “Weaving Stories,” depicting vibrant textiles from across Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia that reveal stories as varied as the region’s hundreds of weaving traditions and as universal as cloth; through June 6 is “Memento: Jayashree Chakravarty and Lam Tung Pang,” contemporary works from the collection from Kolkata and Hong Kong that explore the modern city as both a political and personal landscape; through Sept. 5 is “Seeing Gender,” a focused selection of the museum’s collection that reveals the complexities and nuances of gender across Asian art; “Afruz Amighi: My House, My Tomb,” which employs light and shadow to evoke forgotten histories of the Taj Mahal; “Zheng Chongbin: I Look for the Sky,” where Bay Area artist Zheng Chongbin’s uses transparency and light in site-specific installations to explore how ephemeral changes can alter our perception of place; and more. $15–$20, 415-581-3500,

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