Coming to the fore in this century is Asian perspective on everything.  A 
thrilling place to watch the shift is in art.

Extraordinary contemporary art from all over the world, especially Asia, has 
been collected for the new world-class museum in Hong Kong called M+.  The 
massive museum won’t open for a year or two, but a rich sample of the 
collection as well as insight on why it was collected for display in Hong Kong, 
will be offered by Suhanya Raffel, Executive Director of M+.  

Before her appointment in 2016 to run M+, Suhanya Raffel was Deputy Director 
and Director of Collections at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia, 
and Acting Director of the Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art.  
This SALT talk was arranged as part of the partnership between The Long Now 
Foundation and the Asia Society Northern California.

"World Art Through The Asian Perspective," Suhanya Raffel, SFJAZZ Center, Hayes 
Valley, San Francisco, 7pm, Monday October 14.  The show starts promptly at 

To be sure of a seat:
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• Seminar at SFJAZZ Center <> 201 
Franklin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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