What’s happening in Asian art

Last Days for Gallery Exhibitions

April 13, 2022

Jayashree Chakravarty, Pulsating, 2020-2021, acrylic, oil, audiotape, plant bark, paper and synthetic adhesive on canvas

Be sure to see these three gallery exhibitions before they close soon.

Jayashree Chakravarty: Feeling the Pulse (in the pandemic)
Akar Prakar

ONLINE exhibition - closes April 15th
Seeking parallels between human and nature forms, Jayashree Chakravarty (born 1956) is drawn to the power of the delicate but resilient network of veins/lines that form a sieve to hold the structure of matter together.

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Ken Matsubara, Chaos, 2021, 12-panel screen, natural pigments and minerals on washi paper, sold to the Minneapolis Institute of Art

Chaos to Cosmos: White Road between Two Rivers
Ippodo Gallery

Closes April 14th
This retrospective of Ken Matsubara’s (born 1948) works presents a view of the universe that is magnificent beyond description.

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Bertha Lum (1869-1954), Bamboo Road, woodblock print, ca. 1912

Influencers: Japonisme and Modern Japan Scholten Japanese Art
Closes April 15th
This exhibitions features fine prints and paintings that demonstrate the dialogue between Japan and the West.

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