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Permission is granted to reproduce these images solely in connection with a review or editorial commentary on First Look: Collecting Contemporary at the Asian exhibition at the ASIAN ART MUSEUM Sept. 4–Oct. 11, 2015. All other reproductions are strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright holder and/or museum. 
  • Mid-Autumn Festival, 1969, by Liu Guosong (Chinese, b. 1932). Ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 2003.22.
  • Brush Symphony, 1998, by C. C. Wang (Chinese, 1907–2003). Ink on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, Gift of the Yiqingzhai Collection, 2005.58.
  • River, 2005–2006, by Liu Xiaodong (Chinese, b. 1963). Acrylic on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Gift of Bo Dan, 2006.18.
  • An Object at the Limits of Language - Necromantic Kippan Emancipator: No. 2, 2000, by Manuel Ocampo (Filipino, b. 1965). Oil on linen. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Gift of Malou Babilonia, 2007.78.
  • Faceted bowl with lid, approx. 1960–2000, by Kim Yik-yung (Korean, b. 1935). Porcelain. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 2010.308.a-.b..
  • Chan, 1974, by Lu Shoukun (Chinese, 1919–1979). Ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Gift of the Yiqingzhai Collection, 2011.53.
  • Ended Season, 2011, by Zheng Chongbin (American, b. China, 1961). Ink and acrylic on xuan paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Museum purchase with exchange funds from the estate of K. Hart Smith with additional funds from the Clarence Shangraw Memorial, 2012.5.
  • AAM 010, 2011, by Koo Bohnchang (Korean, b. 1953). Archival pigment print. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Acquisition made possible by Frank S. Bayley, 2013.4.
  • Untitled, No. 25, 2008, by RongRong & inri (Chinese, b. 1968 & Japanese, b. 1973). Gelatin silver print. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Gift of Jack and Susy Wadsworth, 2013.15.
  • The Character of Characters, 2012, by Xu Bing (Chinese, b. 1955). Animated five-channel video installation. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Acquisition made possible by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation, 2013.20.1-.2.
  • The Night of Perpetual Day, Edition 3 of 7, 2013, by Yang Yongliang (Chinese, b. 1980). Hd video, 4 channel with soundtrack. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Acquisition made possible by Gorretti and Lawrence Lui, with additional funding from Richard Beleson, 2014.14_01.
  • Illumination Waqf, 2013, by Ahmed Mater (Saudi Arabian, b. 1979). Gold leaf, tea pomegranate, chinese ink and offset x ray film print on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Museum purchase, 2014.15.a-.b.
  • My UFO (Watashi no UFO), 1988, by Yako Hodo (Japanese, b. 1940). Bamboo (madake) and rat- tan, selected techniques: thousand-line construction. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Lloyd Cotsen Japanese Bamboo Basket Collection, R2006.49.