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Perhaps no other Japanese print of the Ukiyo-e period has received more recognition than Katsushika Houkusai’s “Great Wave off Kanagawa.” Fittingly, the Art Institute of Chicago is presenting the artist’s series of 36 views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjurokkei), begun when Hokusai was 70 years of age. The exhibition is a rarity, given the fact […]
Ronin Gallery, home of Japanese woodblock art for thirty-eight years, recently moved into a larger space in their 425 Madison Avenue headquarters. For Asia Week visitiors, offers two exceptional exhibitions. 100 Views of the Moon – a subject much loved by Japanese artists – captures the moon’s many moods. More than 50 prints from the […]
The Japanese Art Dealer’s Association has announced the opening of exhibitions to coincide with the annual fall Asia Week events in New York. If you are a collector or have an interest in discovering more about the decorative arts of Japan, make it a point to stop by these exhibitions. You’ll see recently-surfaced paintings never […]
In addition to the JADA member exhibitions, three affiliates of the Japanese Art Dealers Association will be holding exhibits during Fall Asia Week. With two of the galleries hailing from Basel and Tokyo, this opportunity is brief. Japanese Art: Works on Paper and Ceramics, from Bachmann Eckenstein, will be on view at the Jill Newhouse […]
Whether you know it as Asia Week (as Sotheby’s does) or Asian Art Week (as Christie’s refers to their schedule of sales) New York’s next round of auctions and exhibitions dedicated to the Asian arts kicks off on Friday, September 7. Scheduled events currently have it running through Friday, September 14, but there’s a good […]