Movie star Anna May Wong lounging poolside

New art exhibitions honoring Anna May Wong

We’re so proud to present a three-part installation inspired by Hollywood’s first AAPI movie star and curated by Katie Gee Salisbury, author of the fascinating biography, Not Your China Doll: The Wild and Shimmering Life of Anna May Wong.

Not Your China Doll: A Retrospective of Anna May Wong's Trailblazing Career

In our Soho gallery is this historical retrospective featuring archival photographs, ephemera, classic film clips, an interactive installation, and timeline tracing the life and career of the Asian American icon. On view through Sept. 8. Join us for the opening reception on May 9.

On view May 1 to Sept. 8 • Pearl River Mart Soho Gallery, 452 Broadway

Not Your China Doll: Art Inspired by Anna May Wong

In Chelsea Market for the month of May is this exhibition with the artwork of six AAPI and POC women artists working across various mediums, including oil paints, charcoal and ink, illustration, digital art, and collage. (Pieces will be available for purchase. More details to come.)

On view May 1 to 31 • Chelsea Market, 75 9th Avenue

Young Hollywood Was Asian: The Pioneers Who Made Motion Pictures

Presented in partnership with the Meatpacking Business Improvement District, archival photographs of pioneering yet lesser known AAPI figures in Hollywood appear on outdoor tables for the month of May. Included are Oscar-winning cinematographer James Wong Howe, Hollywood’s first AAPI heartthrob Sessue Hayakawa, Filipina movie star Elena Jurado, and more.

On view May 1 to 31 • Outdoor dining area in the Meatpacking district

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