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Asia Week March 2024 Events Guide


Asia Week New York Opening Night reception at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2023; Photo by Barry Williams⁠

With Asia Week just days away, let us help you plan an engaging and packed-filled week and a half with this helpful Events Guide listing all the openings, lectures, tours and more.

In addition to the gallery, auction house and museum exhibitions and auctions, below is a list of events where you can see great artworks, learn insightful information, practice meditation and catch up with old friends and new acquaintances alike!

Wednesday, March 13: Kapoor Galleries

Thursday, March 14: Alisan Fine ArtsDai Ichi Arts, Ltd.Oliver Forge & Brendan Lynch LtdFu Qiumeng Fine ArtFrancesca GallowayIppodo GalleryOnishi GalleryTAI Modern, Korea Society and Rubin Museum of Art (by invitation only)

Friday, March 15: Carlton Rochell Asian ArtLoewentheil Photography of China Collection , Miyako Yoshinaga and Rubin Museum of Art

Wednesday, March 20: Charles B. Wang Center 

Thursday, March 21: China Institute Open House

Special otsuzumi drum performance by Shonosuke Okura at Ippodo Gallery, Thursday, March 14, 5-8pm

Christie’s: Art Week galleries, Robert D. Mowry, Saturday, March 16 at 11am and Monday, March 18 at 11am
Japanese Art Society of America (JASA): None Whatsoever: Zen Paintings from the Gitter-Yelen Collection, Michele Bambling. Wednesday, March 20 at 4pm at Japan Society

Metropolitan Museum of Art: Howard Hodgkin and India: Reflections on Art Making and Collecting, Antony Peattie and Glenn Lowry,  Friday, March 15 at 6pm
Sotheby’s: Foundations of Abstraction. Paintings from the Estate of C. C. Wang, Arnold Chang and Wen-shing Chou, Saturday March 16 at 2pm and The Bannerman Paintings for the Hall of Imperial Splendor: An Unparalleled Collaboration Between Qing Court and Jesuit Artists, Niklas Leverenz, Saturday, March 16 at 3pm and Mahakala & Hevajra. Three Early Ming Masterworks, Jeff Watt, Saturday, March 16 at 4pm
Christie’s: From Protégé to Master: The Chinese Painting Collection of Harold Wong, Catherine Maudsley, Sunday March 17 at 6:30pm (registration required)
Miyako Yoshinaga: The First Amerasians, by Dr. Yuri Doolan, Tuesday, March 18 at 6:30pm
Charles B. Wang Center: Capturing History: The Stories within John W. Winkler’s Chinatown Etchings, Dr. A. Rex Rivolo, Wednesday, March 20 at 4pm
Japanese Art Society of America (JASA): When Zen Becomes Political: Zen and Soft/Hard Power, Frank Feltens, Wednesday, March 20 at 5pm at Japan Society

Rubin Museum: Mindful Meditation, Thursday, March 14 at 1pm

For more information and to stay up to date with all new events, click here for our online Calendar.

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