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Watch Participating Dealer Nicholas Grindley on BIAPAL

March 21, 2016

For BIAPAL's fifth video of Asia Week New York highlights, Nicholas Grindley presents "An Incident on a Hunt," a screen painting by Chen Xiang 陳翔 (1628-1698 or later). Watch below.

“An Incident on a Hunt”
Ink on silk, mounted on two panels in the Japanese manner, but originally mounted either on a single fixed-frame screen or as a hanging scroll. Inscription by the artist: Wuyin xiaochun xie, Siming huanshou Chen Xiang, suinian guxi you yi 戊寅小春寫,四明宦叟陳翔,歲年古希有一 read as “Painted in the tenth lunar month of the wuyin year (1698) by the elderly official of Siming (Ningbo), Chen Xiang, at the age of 71 sui.” Followed by two seals of the artist.
Height 220.7 cm / 88 1/4 in
Width 160 cm / 63 in
Provenance: Ian and Susan Wilson collection, San Francisco, C199.

View Photos of the Asia Week New York 2016 Reception

March 21, 2016

On the evening of March 14th, Asian art specialists, collectors and curators celebrated the seventh edition of Asia Week New York at a private reception at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Photos of the event are now up in a Facebook album—click here to view. We will be adding to this album throughout the week!

Watch Participating Dealer Sanjay Kapoor on BIAPAL

March 21, 2016

BIAPAL, The Art Video Library, paid a visit to Asia Week New York dealer participant Kapoor Galleries, where Sanjay Kapoor presented a Bodhisattva from 14th century Nepal. Watch below.

For more videos of Asia Week New York highlights, visit the BIAPAL CHANNEL on Vimeo.

Virtual Gallery Walk: View Photos of 2016 Exhibitions

March 18, 2016

Our Facebook photo album of Asia Week New York 2016 galleries is now complete!
CLICK HERE to view our best shots from the 44 gallery exhibitions presented by leading international Asian art specialists for our 2016 edition.

Watch Participating Dealer Carol Conover on BIAPAL

March 17, 2016

Carol Conover of Kaikodo LLC presents a rare hanging scroll painting on silk from the 15th-16th century, for BIAPAL, The Art Video Library.

The artwork being discussed:
“Confucian Bowing to a Taoist”
Anonymous
15th -16th century
131.7 x 74.8 cm. (51 7/8 x 29 ½ in.)
with Chinese Subtitles (provived by Guardian Art Centre)

More videos are forthcoming—check back soon!

Watch Participating Dealer Walter Arader on BIAPAL

March 16, 2016

For BIAPAL's second Asia Week New York highlight, Walter Arader presents a rare thangka representing Four Abbots of Ngor Monastery.
Four Abbots of the Ngor Lineage. Tibet, 16th century. Red silk. Canvas 53 x 59 cm (20.75 x 23.25 in); with brocades 53 x 90 cm (20.75 x 35.25 in).

More videos forthcoming on BIAPAL CHANNEL on Vimeo.

 

Watch Participating Dealer Gisèle Croës on BIAPAL

March 16, 2016

Biapal, the art video library, paid a visit to Chinese art dealer Gisèle Croës at Gagosian Gallery to chat about one of the highlights of her Asia Week New York 2016 exhibition, a rare bronze Nao bell from the late Shang Dynasty. 

More videos of Asia Week New York top picks are forthcoming on BIAPAL CHANNEL on Vimeo.

NY1 Interviews Dealers and Collectors

March 13, 2016

CLICK HERE TO WATCH

On Sunday, March 13, 2016, NY1 News paid a visit to several of our participating dealers for a TV segment on Asia Week New York 2016. "This week, you don't need a passport to be transported to the Far East. You just need a MetroCard," comments news anchor Tara Lynn Wagner.

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