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Coming Soon to Asia Week New York
Four South Asian Art Dealer Shows
February 15, 2023
L-R: An assembly of Mughal Emperors and Rajput rulers visiting two holy men, Mewar, circa 1695-1705, Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch; Ganesh Haloi, Untitled 3, 2021, gouache on handmade paper laid on board, Akar Prakar; Hamza and His Men Attacked by a Sea Creature, Mughal style at Bikaner, India, circa 1680, opaque watercolor and gold on paper; and Chakrasamvara and Vajrayogini, Nepal, 15th-16th century, gilt copper, Kapoor Galleries
Four dealers from near and far will present memorable exhibitions of classical and contemporary South Asian, Himalayan, and Southeast Asian art.
Ganesh Haloi: A space left behind
The art of Ganesh Haloi (born 1936), a Kolkata-based artist, exhibits an innate lyricism coupled with a sense of nostalgia for a lost world.
The Fabled Lands: Persian & Indian Paintings
Online and in-person (by appointment)
Art Passages will exhibit exceptional Indian and Persian paintings, in which they specialize.
Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch LTD
Court Painting from India
Opening reception: Thursday, March 16, 5-8pm
67 East 80 Street, Suite 2
For their thirteenth annual Asia Week exhibition, Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch are offering 44 paintings reflecting the court traditions, both Hindu and Muslim, of India.
Divine Gestures: Channels of Enlightenment
Opening reception, March 16, 6-8pm
34 East 67th Street, Floor 3
Bringing together some of the most rare and exquisite pieces of sculpture and paintings from India, Nepal, Tibet and ancient Gandhara, Divine Gestures: Channels of Enlightenment lies at the intersection of religious iconography and fine-craftsmanship.