Looking Ahead, Looking Back: Ten Years of Asian Art (Part 1)

June 27, 2018

As we look towards Asia Week New York's tenth anniversary in March 2019, we're also taking a look back at the event's most memorable works of art. This is part 1 of a multi-part series.

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Asia Week New York Dealers Carry On Amid Springtime Blizzard

March 21, 2018

Despite heavy snowfall on Wednesday, March 21, our fearless dealers opened their doors for business.

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Asia Week New York 2018: Mid-Week Roundup

March 18, 2018

Here's a roundup of photos from the first few days of our 2018 edition!

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Aman Cocktail Reception Kicks Off Asia Week New York

March 16, 2018

Asia Week New York got off to a festive start with a cocktail reception hosted by Aman, the Presenting Sponsor of Asia Week New York, at the stunning Upper East side residence of interior designer Sandra Nunnerley.

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Behind the Scenes at the Galleries

March 14, 2018

Our dealers are hard at work installing their exhibitions and getting ready to open to the public tomorrow, March 15—take a look behind the scenes.

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Spotlight on AMAN, Presenting Sponsor of
Asia Week New York 2018

March 12, 2018

Aman, presenting sponsor of the 2018 edition of Asia Week New York, connects people to the spirit of a place. 

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Who's Open When: 2018 Gallery Exhibition Dates in a Single Graph

January 25, 2018

While most gallery exhibitions are open for all ten days of Asia Week New York 2018, several will not be open every day. Here's a handy graph you'll want to take with you while you gallery hop.

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Asian Art 101: What Is a Handscroll?

December 4, 2017

"A predominant format of Chinese painting is the handscroll, a continuous roll of paper or silk of varying length on which an image has been painted, and which, when not being viewed, remains rolled up," writes Dawn Delbanco in the Met's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History.

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Chinese Toggles: Promising Playthings

November 9, 2017

One of the most whimsical Chinese objects is the belt toggle, a palm-sized carving in nearly every natural material transformed into a miniature sculpture. Compared to the avid collecting of Japanese netsuke, Chinese belt toggles have been oddly overlooked.

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Hot Off the Press: A Mystical Realm of Love

September 30, 2017

The latest publication from Asia Week New York participant Francesca Galloway is a beautifully illustrated addition to the study of Pahari painting.

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