On Thursday, May 17, the lights at the Asian Art Museum will dim down, and the void between the dead and the living will disappear, as guests will party with phantoms! Well it won’t be that haunting but the “Phantoms Asia Preview Party” will celebrate the upcoming exhibit’s artwork that explores the cosmos, afterlife and spirits.
Beginning at 7:30 guests are invited to enjoy a night full of entertainment and have a look at the artwork on display from all over Asia that all have a unique view on nature, death (muah haha), and the universe.
Aside from the art hanging on the walls throughout the museum, California producer Vin Sol will bring his pulsating house music to the party. He won’t be the only DJ entertaining the ghoulish crowd.
King Most’s beats, which range from smooth Al Green tracks to banging Ludacris jams will echo through the halls of the Asian Art Museum.
Phantoms have to drink to; Kirin is providing beer while Mi Casa will serve up its award winning tequila. But don’t drink on an empty stomach, grub on hors d’oeuvres courtesy of Sinto Gourmet and Polkadotties. To add icing to the cake, the museum’s café will stay open all night.
For more information on the preview party or the exhibit, which opens to the public on Friday, May 18, you can visit the Asian Art Museum’s website. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.