On March 3, 2020, When All That Is Solid Melts into Air: Exploring the Intersection of the Folk and the Modern—an exhibition of modern and contemporary South Asian art—opened at BAMPFA, merely days before the shelter in place guidelines were announced. But we can still see the exhibition through this new virtual tour. The exhibition emerged from a seminar titled, The Folk and/in the Modern: Critical Concepts + Curatorial Practicum in Twentieth-Century South Asian Art, co-taught by History of Art Department Assistant Professor Atreyee Gupta and former BAMPFA Director and Chief Curator Lawrence Rinder. Along with Atreyee Gupta and Lawrence Rinder, the curators for this exhibition are BAMPFA Associate Curator Stephanie Cannizzo and student curators Uttara Chaudhuri, Shuli Fang, Yiman Hu, Vanessa Jackson, Michelle Kwhak, Ashley Pattison-Scott, Ariana Pemberton, Saif Radi, Ryan Serpa, and Ellen Song. The virtual tour is also viewable on YouTube.