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Asia Week New York Reading List, Part I: Chinese Art

November 17, 2016

We asked some of our participants for their favorite Asian art-related books—both fiction and non-fiction.

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The Evolution of Chaekgeori: Its Inception and Development from the Joseon Period to Today

November 8, 2016

Chaekgeori was one of the most prolific art forms of Korea’s Joseon dynasty (1392–1910), and it continues to be used today. It often depicts books and other material commodities as symbolic embodiments of knowledge, power, and social reform.

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Terrorism Art and Antiquity Revenue Prevention Act

October 30, 2016

We want to alert all participants in Asia Week activities to proposed legislation by the US Senate, which would greatly affect the collecting and trading of antiquities.

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Interior Designer Spotlight: Geoffrey Bradfield

October 18, 2016

We asked interior designer Geoffrey Bradfield how he combines Asian art into his interiors.

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SOLD! Bidding Advice for Budding Collectors

October 7, 2016

We asked Asian art specialists at Sotheby's, Christie's, and iGavel Auctions for their advice on how to approach auction sales as a budding collector.

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Gallery Exhibitions During Fall Asia Week

August 25, 2016

From September 9–17, it's Fall Asia Week in New York. Many of our participating dealers are open to the public—here's our guide to the week's gallery exhibitions!

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Adventures in Ink: Bringing Japanese Tattoo Art to Vermont

August 18, 2016

Sarah Laursen, Curator of Asian Art at the Middlebury College Museum of Art, describes the challenges of holding a live tattooing demonstration at the museum, in conjunction with the exhibition “Perseverance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World.”

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Interior Designer Spotlight: Ronald J. Bricke

August 11, 2016

We asked acclaimed interior designer Ronald Bricke: What do you collect and how do you combine Asian works of art into your interiors?

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Discover Lesser Known Asian Art Collections in the U.S.

July 28, 2016

We asked Kaikodo LLC director Carol Conover: What are some of your favorite, under-the-radar Asian art collections across the United States? Here are her recommendations.

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The Endangered Species Act Changes, and How These Affect the Sale of Ivory and Other Endangered Species Materials that are Found in Antique and Non-Antique Objects 

July 18, 2016

Items that incorporate ivory and other materials from living creatures that are designated as ‘Endangered’ are restricted for sale in the US and for sale abroad by a variety of local, national, and international regulations and treaties. This article is a summary of some of these regulations and is intended not as a guide for any person seeking advice about a particular object, but rather to provide basic information about the subject to assist in the process of having a better understanding of what to do.

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