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Live Events to Attend During Asia Week March 2022
February 25, 2022
Nana Onishi commenting on Japanese contemporary metalwares in her exhibition.
As you plan your Asia Week schedule, in addition to the live gallery/auction house/museum exhibitions, here is a list of live events where you can see great artworks, hear interesting information, and catch up with old friends and new acquaintances.
Wednesday, March 16: Art Passages, DAG, Oliver Forge & Brendan Lynch Ltd., Ippodo Gallery, and Kapoor Galleries
Thursday, March 17: Onishi Gallery, TAI Modern, MIYAKO YOSHINAGA, and Rubin Museum of Art (invitation only)
Friday, March 18: Fu Qiumeng Fine Art, Giuseppe Piva Japanese Art, and Rubin Museum of Art
China Institute, Bingyi's Lotus Dynasty, Wednesday, March 23 at 6:30pm
Metropolitan Museum of Art: Buddhist Art of Gandhara and the ‘Year 5’ Buddha: New Studies in Chronology and Iconography, Juhyung Rhi, Friday, March 18 at 4:30pm
Sotheby's: Reconsidering the Sir Michael Butler Collection of 17th century Chinese Porcelain, Katharine Butler and Teresa Canepa, Saturday, March 19 at 4pm and
Dr Wou Kiuan and the Wou Lien-Pai Collection, Rose Kerr at 5pm
Japanese Art Society of America (JASA): Reflections of a Collector, with ukiyo–e collector George Mann, Sunday, March 20 at 11am at Japan Society
TAI Modern, Saturday, March 19, 2:30pm
Rubin Museum, Exhibition Tour: Healing Practices, Saturday and Sunday, March 19 and 20, 2pm
More information is available in the Calendar section of this website and in earlier News and Events. Stay tuned next week for online programs to put on your calendar.