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Summer Gallery Shows in New York

“Pursuing the Sublime” features five contemporary photographers in conversation with five nineteenth and early twentieth century Japanese printmakers. At Laurence Miller Gallery through June 25.

“Ikeda Iwao: The Life of Bamboo | The Spirit of Urushi” is on view at Erik Thomsen Gallery until June 29.

Contemporary artist Hui Chi Lee has a solo show at Fitzgerald Fine Arts, with a new body of hand-drawn graphite pen and colored pencil works on paper. Through June 30.

Kapoor Galleries and The Indo-American Arts Council present “Erasing Borders,” a richly provocative exhibition by artists of the Indian diaspora who confront issues of sexuality, terror, disease, the environment, racial and sectarian politics in painting, prints, installations, video, and sculpture. Opening reception on July 14, 6-8pm.

“Draw the Line” features the work of Yu-ichi Inoue, NAOYA, and Shun Sudo, three renowned Japanese artists who each push the boundaries of genre, style, and tradition. At Onishi Gallery through August 5.

To combat the heat, Scholten Japanese Art's summer exhibition brings together “a cooling compilation of watery subjects found in paintings and woodblock prints.” Through August 31.

For its exhibition “Summer Rotation: Clay Sculpture,” Joan B Mirviss Ltd has carefully selected a striking group of sculptural works by both established and emerging artists, who have created works that supersede utility for the sake of form. On view July 13–August 31.

“Kingdom of Exile,” a Rabin Mondal retrospective, remains on view at DAG Modern through September 3.

Lastly, for those based in London, Susan Ollemans Oriental Art will be exhibiting at Art Antiques London from June 24–30, and Oliver Forge & Brendan Lynch Ltd. will be having an exhibition during London Art Week, July 1–8.