Since 1993, Art AsiaPacific magazine has been at the forefront of powerful creative forces that currently shape art from Asia, the Pacific region and the Asian diasporas. Edited in New York City, printed in Hong Kong and distributed worldwide, the magazine is authoritative, accurate, even-handed, exacting and essential. Our contributors, all renowned and proven experts in the field, present the region's news and comments - spotting vital trends, identifying important artistic new comers and offering timely critiques of exhibitions, galleries and studios. The annual special issue, the ArtAsiaPacific Almanac, covers the year's major events in Asian art and forecasts important upcoming trends.
Based in New York, People's Architecture Foundation is a not-for-profit cultural and educational organization that seeks to strengthen the relationship between China and the United States by enhancing dialogue, encouraging creative expression, and generating new ideas across the field of architecture, urbanism, arts and culture. Through its publications, exhibits, website, and educational forums, People's Architecture Foundation aims to provide a multi-faceted view of China's history and contemporary transformation.