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2017 Gallery Hop: Focus on Chinese Sculpture, Ceramics and Objects

March 3, 2017

For the seventh post in our 2017 Gallery Hop series, we're focusing on Chinese sculpture, ceramics and other objects, with a 1.5-mile itinerary that takes you to eight exhibitions along Madison Avenue, from midtown to the Upper East Side.

Start at Ralph M. Chait Galleries at 16 East 52nd Street, on the 10th floor.
Exhibition on view: Spring Collection of Chinese Art
Focus: Ceramics and Decorative Objects

Walk north on Madison Avenue. At the corner of 57th Street, you'll reach the Fuller Building. J. J. Lally & Co. is on the 14th Floor.
Exhibition on view: Buddhist Sculpture from Ancient China

(Note: Two other participating dealers, Alan Kennedy and DAG Modern, are exhibiting in the building.)

Continue walking north on Madison Avenue, and make a left on 64th Street to reach Littleton & Hennessy Asian Art at Daniel Crouch Rare Books, street number 24. 
Exhibition on view: Littleton & Hennessy – 21 Years
Focus: Ceramics and Decorative Objects

Go back to Madison Avenue and walk up two blocks, making a left at 66th Street. At number 3, you'll find Zetterquist Galleries.
Exhibition on view: Chinese and Vietnamese Ceramics with Highlights from the Brow Collection

Stay right where you are! Priestley & Ferraro are exhibiting in the same building, in apartment 8B.
Exhibition on view: Chinese & Korean Ceramics & Works of Art

Go back to Madison Avenue and walk one block north to reach Michael C. Hughes LLC, exhibiting at Gallery Vallois America, 27 East 67th Street.
Exhibition on view: Chinese and Korean Works of Art

(Note: Robert Hall Asian Art Ltd is also exhibiting in this location.)

Walk nine more blocks up Madison Avenue to reach Nicholas Grindley at Hazlitt, 17 East 76th Street.
Type of objects on view: Furniture, Scholars' Objects and Sculpture

One block north, in The Mark Hotel, Suite 1207, there's Andrew Kahane, Ltd.
Exhibition on view: Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art

(Note: This exhibition is only open March 10–12. You can also catch The Art of Japan in the hotel, in Suite 215.)

A custom Google map of the itinerary, which you can share with others, is below: