left to right:Inoue Manji 井上萬二White Porcelain Jar with Faceted Impression 白磁面取壺, courtesy of Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd.; Fung Ming Chip, NumberS: Shadow Script with Excision, 2021, courtesy of Fu Qiumeng Fine Art, Chun Kyung-ja, Ainu Woman, 1988, Watercolor on paper, courtesy of HK Art & Antiques LLC
If you weren’t here for Asia Week New York, you still have a chance to see some of the exhibitions.
Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd. – Intangible Heritage: The Art of Japan’s Living National Treasures presents a varied group of contemporary ceramic works and will be open until March 31.
Fu Qiumeng Fine Art – Fung Ming Chip: Traces of Time, a presentation of the latest series, Numbers Series, by this established Chinese artist (born 1951) will be on view until May 20.
HK Art & Antiques – Figures and Flowers, including a selection of Korean ceramics and paintings by modern and contemporary Korean artists will close on April 6.
left to right: Terumasa Ikeda, “Iris” Incense Container, Urushi Lacquer, Cypress, Turbo Snail Pearl, Mother-of-Pearl, Silver Lip Oyster, Black Lip Oyster, Gold, courtesy Ippodo Gallery; Wada Morihiro (1944-2008), Large standing vessel decorated with “Repeated Rectangular Pattern” (kanmonki), ca. 1991, Slip-glazed stoneware, courtesy Joan B Mirviss LTD; Manika Nagare, My Eyes Sparkled, 2022, Oil on canvas, courtesy MIYAKO YOSHINAGA.
Ippodo Gallery – The remarkably intricate lacquer pieces in the exhibition Terumasa Ikeda: Iridescent Lacquer can be seen through April 20.
Joan B Mirviss LTD – In PAINTED CLAY: Wada Morihiro and Modern Ceramics of Japan, the oeuvre of Wada Morihiro (1944-2008) alongside the many Japanese artists who paint on clay is on view until April 21.
MIYAKO YOSHINAGA – Spectrum of Vivid Moments a solo exhibition by Manika Nagare presents her powerful abstract paintings with an ongoing theme of light and color juxtaposed with new works inspired by Japanese female artists of the last century through April 22.