Asian Art & Culture

Published with the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, the Asian Art & Culture series offers new interpretations of the visual arts, literature, and history of Asia as they relate to cultural and social life. Each volume is provocatively designed and richly illustrated in color and showcases an interdisciplinary group of writers and artists, exploring one theme relating to the diverse cultures of Asia.

The Confusion Era: Art and Culture of Japan During the Allied Occupation, 1945-1952

edited by Mark Sandler

Love in Asian Art and Culture

by Vidya Dehjia et al.

Sevruguin and the Persian Image: Photographs of Iran, 1870-1930

edited by Frederick N. Bohrer

The Moonlight Garden: New Discoveries at the Taj Mahal

edited by Elizabeth B. Moynihan

The Art of Xu Bing: Words Without Meaning, Meaning Without Words

by Britta Erickson

Along the Silk Road

by Yo-yo Ma et al.

Titles without links are listed as out of print with the University of Washington Press.