Fung Ming Chip, Rubbing Script, 2017, ink on paper 24 x 48 in (61 x 122 cm). Courtesy of Fu Qiumeng Fine Art.
Asia Week New York ends today. This is your last chance to visit the galleries and to view the online exhibition.
• Find out which galleries are open today with this list with a handy graph, which you can take with you while you gallery hop. Visit the dealers' pages for more details, and check out our interactive map in case you get lost. If you prefer the printed guide, it is available at the galleries and auction houses.
March 2023 Online Exhibition
The Asia Week New York 2023 Online Exhibition is live. Browse highlights from the exhibiting dealers as well as selections from upcoming auctions. Some of this year's participants are showing online only. The web address for the Online Exhibition is:march2023.asiaweekny.com
The galleries mentioned below are exhibiting online only.
One of a group of the twelve months, this Rajasthani Barahmasa (barah = 12 and masa = month) and coincides with the coming of the rains. When the weather cools, people run joyfully into nature. It is also the time for the festival of Teej celebrated by women with singing, dancing, and swinging, dedicated to Parvati, the wife of Shiva. Art Passages.
The Fahua Eight Immortals Porcelain Jar, Ming dynasty, late 15th century, 12.8 in. height (32.5 cm.) x 12.9 in. diameter (32.7 cm.) from a Japanese collection inspired the online exhibition Safety In Numbers, alongside a Heian-period image of Shō Kannon from a staggering group once enshrined in the Kōfuku-ji in Nara. Kaikodo LLC.
Receptions, openings, ongoing exhibitions are listed here.
A new generation of Japanese bamboo artists from Tai Modern produce functional, sculptural, and refined works with their individual sensibility and creativity. 27 baskets on display reflect the longstanding basket-weaving traditions and transformations of Japanese basketry with advanced plaiting skills and experimentation with new shapes.
Curated by Jinyoung A. Jin, director of cultural programs at the Charles B. Wang Center, the treasures in this exhibition take visitors on a remarkable journey across regions and time. Charles B. Wang Center.
The Asia Week New York daily digest features one auction highlight per day.
Chinese Imperial Brown Embroidered Silk Semi-formal Dragon. Robe, Jifu, 18th Century, from Property of an American Collector. The naturalistic border at the hem and fine embroidery greatly enhance this nine five-clawed dragon robe. The brown ground, considered an offshoot of yellow, as well as the decoration, indicate that this is an Imperial prince's robe. iGavel.
We hope you've enjoyed this daily digest for Day 9 of our 2023 edition! Discover even more exhibitions, auctions and events at asiaweekny.com.