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AWNY Preview Part I: Exceptional Indian, Himalayan, Tribal and Southeast Asian Art Coming to Asia Week New York

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Top L-R: Krishna dancing on the naga Kalaya flanked by his pleading wives, late 18th c., Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch LLC; Kaparamip Robe, late 19th-early 20th c., Thomas Murray; Two Princesses Entertained at Night on a Terrace, c. 1690, Francesca Galloway. Bottom L-R: A pair of carved, silvered, and painted wood figures of Rampant Horses, 19th c., Kapoor Galleries; Vajrapani Mandala, 14th-15th c., Carlton Rochell Asian Art; A Wedding Celebration, c. 1780, Art Passages.

We’re kicking off previews for our 15th season of Asia Week New York by highlighting a few of the extraordinary works coming in March!

Here is Part I with six of our AWNY member dealers from near and far preparing memorable exhibitions of classical and contemporary Indian, Himalayan, Tribal and Southeast Asian art:

Art Passages
Indian Paintings: Latest Acquisitions
March 13-19, 2024
Online only

Indian Paintings: Latest Acquisitions is the gallery’s latest presentation of Indian paintings exhibiting a wide array of schools and subject matter. From Mughal portraiture to Company School, these paintings reflect the taste and interest of their patrons: Nobles, devotees, and English resident rulers of India. Among the highlights is Wedding Celebration, a Company School watercolor.

Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch Ltd.
Gods, Gardens and Princes: Indian Works on Paper
March 14-22, 2024
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 14, 5-8pm
67 East 80th Street, Suite 2

For this 15th season of Asia Week New York, Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch Ltd. is pleased to present an exhibition comprising of court paintings from India and Persia from the 17th to 19th centuries. A highlight of the show is the striking painting, Krishna dancing on Kaliya flanked by two nagini. This, along with many other works on paper, will be displayed at their Upper East Side location.

Francesca Galloway
Indian Painting Intimacy and Formality
March 14-21, 2024
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 14 until 8pm
Les Enluminures Gallery, 23 East 73rd Street, 7th Floor

Newly returning Francesca Galloway will present a small and exciting group of 17th and 18th century Mughal paintings, works from famous Bundi & Kota Ragamalas, a grand early 19th century Maratha processional scene by a Hyderabad trained artist, drawings for the famous Tehri Garhwal Gita Govinda series and Company School paintings including portraits of Indian children, a Skinner trooper and architectural studies of Mughal monuments and Hindu temples. Most of the paintings are recent acquisitions from private collections.

Kapoor Galleries
Time is a Construct
March 14-22, 2024
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 14, 6-8 pm
34 East 67th Street, 3rd Floor

Highlights of Kapoor Galleries’ exhibition include a finely rendered painting from the Bharany Ramayana series, a pair of carved and silvered horses, and a splendid folio from the Gita Govinda. The gallery exhibition will also showcase many fine Indian miniature paintings and arms as well as a carefully curated selection of sculptures from India, Nepal, and Tibet.

Thomas Murray
Recent Acquisitions: Tibetan Rugs, Ainu, Boro
March 14-22, 2024
The Mark Hotel, 25 East 77th Street

One of the standout offerings at Thomas Murray will be a late 19th/early 20th century exceptionally rare and beautiful white on indigo Kaparamip Robe, a striking geometric pattern rooted in Northern Asiastic Shamanism and an aesthetically compelling example of a classic garment type. This piece, along with many other fine works will be displayed at The Mark Hotel on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

Carlton Rochell Asian Art
Indian and Himalayan Art
March 14-22, 2024
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 14, 6-9pm
Adam Williams Fine Art, 24 East 80th Street

Also newly returning, Carlton Rochell Asia Art will present paintings, sculptures, and ritual objects from Tibet, Nepal, and India for this year’s Asia Week New York. Many of the works are drawn from international private collections and have been exhibited in various museum exhibitions. Highlights include a group of Tibetan Buddhist paintings (thangkas) which are of outstanding quality.

Asia Week New York Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 2091, New York, NY 10021

2024 Presenting Sponsor

Asia Week New York Association, Inc. is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade membership organization registered with the state of New York.