If you've been to the Asian Art Museum's other "Proximities" exhibitions, you've already seen how family, culture, and landscape translate to breathtaking artworks. And if you haven't been to the others, don't worry. You get a final chance with Proximities 3: Import/Export (the last of the trilogy) which uses contemporary art to glimpse into the ideas of trade and commerce in not only objects and goods, but ideas and experiences as well. The show examines these concepts through Asian perspectives. Works include porcelain sculptures inspired by Japanese trinkets from Rebeca Bollinger and an installation based on sex services at the Yongsan Military Base in Seoul by Amanda Curreri. Half a dozen other elite artists, many of whom are local, offer perspectives on trade through diverse mediums.