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Online Events during Asia Week March 2022

Online Events during Asia Week March 2022

Asia Week New York’s Launch
Tuesday, March 15 at 6 pm
Join Asia Week New York for an overview of all the engaging exhibitions, sales, and artworks that will be available during this year’s Asia Week. Stay tuned for details on how to watch.
Asia Week New York’s Online Exhibition
Opens Wednesday, March 16
As an added feature, Asia Week New York is preparing an online feature of all the galleries and auction houses participating in Asia Week.  This special online exhibition will be on view on AWNY’s website.
Gallery Online Exhibitions
The following galleries will participate in Asia Week via their own online exhibitions. Links will be available during Asia Week:
•Akar Prakar, Jayashree Chakravarty: Feeling the Pulse (in the pandemic),
March 15-April 15
•Thomas Murray, Indian, Indonesian and Other Textiles and Masks Then and Now, March 16-25
•Kaikodo LLC, The Ancients Among Us: Chinese and Japanese Paintings and Works of Art, March 15-25
•Egenolf Gallery Japanese Prints, Masterworks by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
, March 16-25
Online Lectures
National Museum of Asian Art
Fit for a Palace: The Craze for Safavid Carpets in Seventeenth-Century Europe,
March 15 at 12–1pm
Fashioning an Empire: Design Inspirations from Iran, March 17 at 6–7pm

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Curators in Context, March 16 at 6pm CDT/7pm EDT

Asia Society
Water in a Shared World: Artist Perspectives (Practice or Action):
Online Panel Discussion, March 17th at 10am

Denver Art Museum
Zoom Discussion Panel:Fantastic Brush: Twentieth-Century Chinese Ink Art,
March 17th at 11am MDT/1pm EDT

Joan B Mirviss LTD
ZOOM panel discussion with the celebrated artist Kondō Takahiro,
March 17 at 5pm EDT

Virtual Preview of Japanese and Korean Art Including the Collection of David and Nayda Utterberg and Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art,
March 17 at 5pm
Adopt, Adapt, Assimilate, and Transform: Early Chinese Buddhist Sculpture,
March 18 at 1pm
The Bottles They Carried, March 20 at 12pm

San Antonio Museum of Art
Riders from the North: The Qidan—Their Culture, Lifestyle and Beliefs,
March 22 at 6-7pm CDT/7-8pm EDT