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Asia Week New York September 2022 - Day 4
September 17, 2022
Kunisada (1786 - 1865), Concubine Drinking from a Western Style Glass, 1829, woodblock print,
15 x 10.25 in. (38.10 x 26.04 cm). The Art of Japan
Today continues September's Asia Week New York, Day 4. Here is what's going on.
Asia Week New York is live today with a day of previews:
For an overview of the gallery exhibitions on view, click here.
- 11 gallery exhibitions are open in-person today:
- Kapoor Galleries Inc.
- Ralph M. Chait Galleries
- Dai Ichi Arts Ltd
- Fu Qiumeng Fine Art
- Ippodo Gallery
- Sebastian Izzard LLC
- Joan B Mirviss LTD
- Onishi Gallery
- Scholten Japanese Art
- Thomsen Gallery
- Zetterquist Galleries
- Akar Prakar, The Art of Japan, Egenolf Gallery, Kaikodo LLC, Thomas Murray, and MIYAKO YOSHINAGA are live with their online exhibitions today.
- Bonhams, Christie's, Doyle, Heritage Auctions, iGavel and Sotheby's are open today for exhibition viewing.
TODAY'S FEATURED EVENTS:
- Saturday Lectures and Reception, Sotheby's
Symbolism, Meaning & Style: A Vajraogini Painting, Jeff Watt at 4pm
Early Chinese Blue-and-White Porcelain, The Exemplary Collection of Sir Joseph Hotung, Regina Krahl at 5pm
- Gallery Tour with Robert D. Mowry, Christie's
Engage with the offerings at Asian Art week during an illuminating
in-person tour at 11am of the Rockefeller galleries by Robert D. Mowry
Sadahide (1807-1873), Black Ships Departing California for Japan, 1862, woodblock print triptych, 14.50 x 30 in. (36.83 x 76.20 cm)
The Art of Japan—New Acquisitions
The Art of Japan announced that not only have they just returned from a productive and heartily welcome trip to Japan, after a 2 1/2 year absence, but they have brought back an assembly of fine artworks. The first selection is on view on their website now and includes Sadahide's (1807-1873) Black Ships Departing California for Japan (shown here). So, as the Concubine (another New Acquisition) is doing above, raise a glass and enjoy the art! On view at The Art of Japan.