New York, March 16, 2022 | ARTFIXdaily.com. - The 2022 edition of Asia Week New York returns with its trademark whirlwind schedule of captivating gallery exhibitions, auction sales and museum shows, which runs from March 16th through March 25th. Spread out across the city, 22 international galleries will open their doors to the public, with 4 others exhibiting online, while Bonhams, Christie’s, Doyle, Heritage Auctions, iGavel, and Sotheby’s will hold 14 in-person auctions with 6 online sales starting March 21st through March 25th.
“Asia Week New York is extremely delighted to welcome back collectors, curators and Asian art enthusiasts with an exciting calendar of in-person activities at the galleries and auction houses,” said chairman Dessa Goddard. “Our participants look forward to presenting an abundance of alluring Asian art treasures that they’ll unveil to the public for the first time.”
For the past 13 years, Asia Week New York has attracted discerning collectors and connoisseurs drawn to the fascinating exhibitions—always free and open to the public—featuring the rarest and finest examples of Asian porcelain, jewelry, textiles, paintings, ceramics, sculpture, bronzes, prints, photographs, and jades from different Asian countries from 2000 BC to the present. Organized by category, here are some of the not-to-be-missed highlights to be discovered at the participating galleries in March:
... The highlight at INKstudio is Traveling through Sacred Mountains, by Bingyi, which is part of the exhibition called Bingyi: Land of the Immortals. A calligrapher, painter, film maker, poet and land artist, Bingyi reimagines the history of Chinese landscape painting from the Northern and Southern Song masters such as Guo Xi and Li Tang. Primarily concerned with the themes of ecology, ruins, rebirth, and poetic imagination, Bingyi’s work is [in collaboration with] Making Waves...with Joan B Mirviss LTD. 39 East 78th Street, Suite 401
... Nami, Wave is just one of the 30 spectacular works by the celebrated artist Kondo Takahiro on view at Joan B Mirviss Ltd. Kondo Takahiro: Making Waves includes his new sculptures in swirling black, gray, and white marbleized porcelain which marry his mastery of clay with his passion for painting. His signature silver mist overglaze creates the illusion of beading droplets over pooling "ink" running over the surfaces of his angular monoliths, vessels capped with cast glass, and sculptural tea bowls. In collaboration with INKstudio, the gallery will also show contemporary ink paintings by rising star Bingyi, who was inspired to create her latest works to accompany Kondo's sculptures. 39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor, Suite 401