The Asia Society collection includes objects from cultures across Asia, dating from the 11th-century BCE to the 19th-century CE. It has particular strengths in Chinese ceramics of the Song and Ming periods, Chola-period Indian bronzes, and Southeast Asian sculpture.
A recent collecting initiative focuses on contemporary Asian and Asian American art.
The Asia Society Museum organizes exhibitions of both traditional and contemporary Asian and Asian American art.
Features fine Asian ceramics and sculpture including pieces associated with Buddism in South and Southeast Asia and the Himalayas.
A new Chinese pantheon painting featuring a range of Buddhist, Daoist, Confucian, and popular deities
Newly renovated works collected in Tibet with accompanying photographs from 1926 - 1948 expeditions