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Asia Week New York Autumn 2023
Gallery Exhibition Guide

This September, Asia Week New York will include online and in-person exhibitions from twenty international Asian art galleries. Ten of the galleries are simultaneously opening their doors to the public in New York.

Organized by category, here is a round-up of the gallery exhibitions that will be on view.  For more information, please click on the link associated with each gallery’s name:

Ancient and/or Contemporary Indian, Himalayan, and Southeast Asia

Forge-Lynch Grey-heron
Company School, Grey Heron (ardea cinerea), Calcutta, circa 1820, opaque watercolour on paper,
with pencil, pen and grey ink, 50.5 by 68 cm)

Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch, Ltd.
Company School Paintings
Online only

Kapoor Galleries
Chakrasamvara and Vajrayogini, Nepal, 15th c., gilt copper, height: 8 1/2 in (22 cm)
Kapoor Assets
Religious Art: Exaltation through Expression
34 East 67th Street

Thomas Murray
Gonpo Buddhist Mask with Skulls, Nepal, Tibet or Bhutan, 18th–19th c., wood, pigment, 11 x 9.25 x 7.5 in (28 x 23.5 x 18.5 cm)
Thomas Murray
Gonpo Buddhist Mask with Skulls
Online only

Ancient and/or Contemporary Chinese Art 

Chait Galleries Ribbed Jar
Fine Chinese Glazed Ribbed Jar with Handles, Jin dynasty, 12th-13th c., height: 4 ½ in (11.5 cm)
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc.
16 East 52nd Street, 10th floor
September 14-22, 2023 (closed Sept 16 & 17)
For gallery hours, phone 212-397-2812

Fu Qiumeng Fan
Zhang Daqian (Chang Dai-Chien), Mt. E’Mei amid Cloud and Mist (left), Ci Poem in Running Script (right), ink on gold paper, folding fan
Fu Qiumeng Fine Art
65 East 80th Street Ground Floor
Whispers of Elegance
September 15-23, 2023, 10am-6pm

Peng Kanglong, Burning Fire, 2023, ink and color on paper, 71 x 142 cm
Grand Synthesis: The Extraordinary Flower-Landscape
September 16–October 22, 2023
Online only

Kaikodo Funerary Jar Landing
A Longquan Celadon Funerary Jar, Northern Song period, 11th c., H: 13 in. (33 cm), Diam: 7 in. (17.8 cm)
Kaikodo LLC
An Autumn Airing
Online only

Tang Sancai Tripod Offering Plate, Diam: 24 cm
Zetterquist Galleries
3 East 66th Street, Suite 2B
Pre-Song Dynasty Chinese Ceramics from American and Japanese Collections
September 14-22, 2023
By appointment

Ancient and/or Contemporary Japanese Art

Art of Japan Utamaro Pipe
Kanso Utamaro, Kiseru (Pipe), from the series: Ten Types in the Physiognomic Study of Women,
1802-03, signed Kanso Utamaro (Utamaro the Physiognomist), Publisher Tsuru-ya Kiemon

The Art of Japan
Ten Types in the Physiognomic Study of Women
Online only

Dai Ichi
Yasuhara Kimei, Flower Large Vase, With Signed Wood Box, Ceramic with Matte Black Glaze and Incised Motifs, H:11.9 x Diam:12.5 in, (H:30.2 x Diam:31.7 cm)
Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd
18 East 64th Street
Object, Vessel: Ikebana Sogetsu, Yasuhara Kimei, and the Art of Japanese Ceramics
September 12–28, 2023; Opening Reception: September 14th, 5:30-7:30pm
By appointment

Kawase Hasui 巴水, Small Boat in a Spring Shower, 1920, 27.2 x 48.6 cm
Egenolf Gallery Japanese Prints
19th-20th Century Landscapes: Four Seasons of Beauty
Online only

Kodai Ujiie, Oribe Lacquer Large Jar, 2023, ceramic, H17 3/4 x W17 3/4 x D18 1/8 in (H45 x W45 x D46 cm), Weight 24.3kg
Ippodo Gallery
32 East 67th Street
Skin and Body: Crazed Vessels by Kodai Ujiie
September 14–October 4, 2023; Opening Reception with the Artist on September 14, 5-8pm, RSVP required
Online viewing live on September 12 at 2pm EDT

Izzard Yoshida Kumoi Cherry
Yoshida Hiroshi (1876‒1950), Kumoi Cherry Trees (Kumoi zakura), 1926, color woodblock print, 23 x 29⅛ in. (58.4 x 74 cm)
Sebastian Izzard Asian Art LLC
17 East 76th Street, 3rd floor
Japanese Prints in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
October 4-27, 2023

Mirviss Fujikasa
Fujikasa Satoko (b. 1980), Updraft, 2023, stoneware with white slip glaze, 19 x 28 x 17 3/8 in.
Joan B Mirviss LTD 
39 East 78th Street, 4th floor
September 14–October 20, 2023
Extended Weekend Hours: Saturday, Sept 16, 11am–5pm & Sunday, Sept 17, 12pm–5pm

Onishi Kazumi Chido
Murose Kazumi (b. 1950), Nagatebako titled Chidō, 2022, wood decorated in lacquer with maki-e and raden, 5 × 5 3/4 × 11 in. (12.8 × 14.8 × 28 cm)
Onishi Gallery
521 West 26th Street
September 14–22, 2023
By appointment

Scholten Kishio
Kishio Koizumi (1893-1945), One Hundred Pictures of Great Tokyo in the Showa Era, a complete set of 100 self-carved and self-printed woodblock prints; signed and sealed variously by the artist, 1928-1940, each print approx. 15 1/2 x 11 3/4 in (39.3 x 30 cm)
Scholten Japanese Art
145 West 58th Street, Suite 6D
KAZUMA/KOIZUMI: Chasing Modernity
September 14–22, 2023, 11am-5pm
Appointment appreciated

TAI Modern Lacquered Bamboo Cylinder
Fujinuma Noboru, Lacquered Bamboo Cylinder (312), 2019, moso bamboo, lacquer, 25 x 6 x 5 in.
TAI Modern
Fujinuma Noboru
Online only

Shiryū Morita (1912-1998), Ryū (Dragon), 1985, ink on paper, mounted as two-panel folding screen, 62¾ x 100 in. (159.7 x 253.7 cm)
Thomsen Gallery
9 East 63rd Street, 2nd floor
Post War and Contemporary Japanese Art
September 14–22, 2023

H Yanagi
Folding Screens with Painting of Pines at Miho and Fishing Nets, A Pair of Six-Panel Folding Screens, Edo period, First half of the 17th c., ink and color on gold leaf, height: 271 x 111 cm each
Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art 
Folding Screens with Painting of Pines at Miho and Fishing Nets
Onine only

Ancient and Contemporary Korean Art

Cho Yong-ik (1934-2023), 70-62, 1970, oil on canvas, 44 x 44 in. (112 x 112 cm)
HK Art & Antiques LLC 
49 East 78th Street
Tchah Sup Kim and Cho Yong-ik
September 22–October 19, 2023, 11am-5:30pm (closed weekends)
By appointment