March 15Next



Thanks to all who attended Asia Week New York 2014 events.
The 2014 edition has now come to a close. See you in 2015!

March 14
E Educational Event
10 am — 6 pm

Exhibitions and Viewings

Many Asia Week New York participating dealer exhibitions and auction house viewings are open. See individual listings in the Participants section for details.

9 am — 1 pm

E Symposium: Sotheby's Institute of Art

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The Art World in China: Recent Developments and Future Prospects
This symposium will bring together diverse perspectives on China's expanding cultural infrastructure and dynamic art market. Free of charge and open to the public, it will consist of two panels—one on museums and one on the market. Click here for more information.
Location: Sotheby's, 1334 York Avenue

9:30 am — 4:30 pm

E Course: Christie's Education

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Chinese Contemporary Art
This two-day course on Chinese contemporary art will consist of lectures focusing on the 1970's through the present, as well as field studies to New York galleries specializing in Chinese contemporary art. It includes a private tour of “Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Click here for more information.
Location: Christie's Education, 11 West 42nd Street, Floor 8


12 pm — 3 pm

Special Sale Event: AsiaStore, Asia Society

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Scholars' Rocks from the Collection of Kemin Hu
Personal appearance by Kemin Hu
Fri & Sat March 14-15

2 pm

E Tour: Newark Museum

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Special Tour of the Collection

5 pm — 9 pm

Opening Receptions

To kick off Asia Week New York 2014, many dealers are launching their exhibitions at this time. See individual listings in the Dealers section for details.

5 pm

E Lecture: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Lost Kingdoms of Early Southeast Asia
with John Guy

6 pm — 7:30 pm

E Lecture: Asia Society

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Scholars' Rocks by Kemin Hu

6 pm — 8 pm

Reception: Tibet House US

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Transcending Boundaries, Reflecting Change: New Images by Tashi Norbu