46 Galleries and 5 Auction Houses Sign on for Asia Week New York 2016

Dealers come from cities as far as San Francisco and Kyoto.

A samurai helmet of “koboshi” type. Signed Munetsugu. Japan, 17th–18th century. Photo: courtesy Giuseppe Piva.
A samurai helmet of “koboshi” type. Signed Munetsugu. Japan, 17th–18th century. Photo: courtesy Giuseppe Piva.

The list of galleries participating in Asia Week New York 2016 is out, and no fewer than 46 international galleries have signed up for the annual ten-day celebration of Asian art and culture.

Bridging the relative calm between New York Armory Week and Art Basel in Hong Hong, the coming edition of Asia Week New York will be held March 10–19, 2016.

Standing Bhudevi Bronze, 13–14th century, southern India. Photo: courtesy Renaud Montméat Art d’Asie.

Standing Bhudevi Bronze, 13–14th century, southern India.
Photo: courtesy Renaud Montméat Art d’Asie.

 

In addition to a full slate of auctions at Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Bonhams, Doyle New York, and iGavel, Asia Week is bringing with it, as always, an impressive schedule of exhibitions and events.

There are nine first-time participants, including London’s Berwald Oriental Art, which specializes in Chinese ceramics and sculpture; San Francisco’s Gallery Japonesque, dealing in contemporary Japanese ceramics and art; and Paris’s Renaud Montméat Art d’Asie, showing Indian and Himalayan Art.

Ran Hwang, <em>First Wind - CL</em> (2013). Photo: courtesy Kang Collection of Korean Art.

Ran Hwang, First Wind – CL (2013).
Photo: courtesy Kang Collection of Korean Art.

Here is the full list of participating galleries grouped by region:

Indian, Himalayan, and Southeast Asian Art

Buddhist Art (Berlin)

Galerie Christophe Hioco (Paris)

Nayef Homsi Ancient Art of Asia (New York)

Prahlad Bubbar (London)

Walter Arader Himalayan Art (New York)

Carlo Cristi (Daverio, Italy)

Francesca Galloway (London)

Oliver Forge & Brendan Lynch Ltd (London)

Kapoor Galleries (New York)

Navin Kumar (New York)

Susan Ollemans  (London, New York)

Carlton Rochell Asian Art (New York)

John Siudmak (London)

Dalton Somaré (Milan, Italy)

Nancy Wiener (New York)

Renaud Montméat Art d’Asie (Paris)

DAG Modern (New York)

Tenzing Asian Art (San Francisco)

Ancient and/or Contemporary Chinese Art

Andrew Kahane, Ltd.  (Forest Hills, New York)

Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. (New York)

China 2000 Fine Art  (New York)

Gisèle Croës  SA (Brussels, Belgium)

Michael C. Hughes LLC  (New York)

Jadestone (Portland, Oregon)

Kaikodo LLC   (New York)

J.J. Lally & Co.  (New York)

Sutherland Fine Arts, Ltd. (New York)

Nicholas Grindley Works of Art Ltd. (Brooklyn and Suffolk, UK)

Zetterquist Galleries  (New York)

Berwald Oriental Art (London)

FitzGerald Fine Arts  (New York)

Alan Kennedy (Santa Monica, California)

Phoenix Ancient Art  (New York)

Ancient and/or Contemporary Japanese Art

BachmannEckenstein JapaneseArt (Basel, Switzerland)

Carole Davenport (New York)

Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd.  (New York)

Joan B. Mirviss, Ltd. (New York)

Onishi Gallery (New York)

Scholten Japanese Art  (New York)

Giuseppe Piva Japanese Art (Milan)

Erik Thomsen (New York)

Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art (Kyoto, Japan)

Gallery Japonesque (San Francisco)

Laurence Miller Gallery (New York)

Ancient and contemporary Korean Art

Kang Collection Korean Art (New York)

KooNewYork (New York)

Asia Week New York will run March 10–19, 2016.


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