An Introduction to Asian Contemporary Art provides an online introduction to Asian art. This website is dedicated to all aspects of the Asian contemporary art. We promote the appreciation of the Asian art to the world.

Asian art refers to art among many cultures in Asia. Each of the Asian civilizations are represented by outstanding art works that provides quality of artistic traditions. The Asian art has different art types which are: Japanese art, Korean art, Chinese art, Indian art, Thai art, Balinese art, Vietnamese art, Indonesian art and Malaysian art.

Asian contemporary art is a type of art that was produced since World War II or produce at this present point of time. The majority of museums classified contemporary art as a type of art that was produced since World War II.

The Museum of Asian Art is a museum that exhibits about 20,000 asian arts. Is one of the largest museums of asian art in the world. This museum is located in Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Berlin, Germany. There are a variety of other asian art museums around the globe which exhibits Asian arts.

Modern Asian art is related to the arts of Asia from the eighteenth century to today. Nowadays the Chinese art market is known to be growing than any other country’s art market. The Chinese art includes ancient and contemporary art. China is considered the third largest art market in the world.

The Asian Contemporary Art Fair is an art fair held in New York, USA once a year. The first Asian art fair was held on November of 2007. This fair included exhibitors from countries such as: Korea, China, Japan, Germany, Taiwan, England, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, United States and Switzerland. This art fair have always receive very positive reviews from its critical standpoint. Learn more and be aware about Asian contemporary art here at