Join the annual Madison Avenue Fall Gallery Walk tomorrow, Saturday, the 28th and attend free, exciting Asian Art exhibitions and talks at Ippodo Gallery, Kapoor Galleries and Thomsen Gallery!
32 East 67 Street, Floor 3
Ippodo Gallery is honored to present Masaaki Miyasako: Living Dreams, the legendary painter’s premier solo exhibition in the United States. Miyasako’s work is praised for evolving the historical Nihonga painting technique urazaishiki, a traditional back-painting method invented between the Heian and Kamakura periods (794–1333).
34 East 67 Street, Floor 3
Gallery Talk held at 1pm
Religious Art: Exaltation through Expression cherishes the characteristic feature of art as a catalyst to ground oneself in the divine and thereby into one’s own self. The exhibit resounds the existence of art as a shrine; a shrine not only for religious worship but a shrine for introspection, solitude and reflection through profound indulgence. Join us for a curator’s talk about the Religious Art: Exaltation through Expression exhibition in the afternoon.
9 East 63 Street, Floor 2
Gallery Talks held at: 11am, 2pm, 3pm, & 4pm
Post War and Contemporary Japanese Art includes calligraphy by Yuichi Inoue and Shiryu Morita, works by the Gutai artist Shigeki Kitani, paintings by Minol Araki and folding screens by the washi artist Kyoko Ibe. Join us for a curator’s tour of the works on view held throughout the day.
Learn more & sign up for talks here.