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Anne Samat Featured in The New Yorker

Anne Samat’s installation at the Asia Society Trienniale was featured in the January 18, 2021 issue of the New Yorker. To view the article online please click here.

“The Malaysian textile artist Anne Samat wove the intricate, room-filling sculpture “Follow Your Heart Wholeheartedly” (pictured, in detail, above) for the inaugural Asia Society Triennial. Titled “We Do Not Dream Alone,” the ambitious exhibition, which features works by some forty contemporary artists and collectives from twenty-one countries, unfolds in two installments; the current show closes on Feb. 7, and the second opens on March 16. Advance tickets are required and available via”

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