Asia Week New York Announces Schedule Changes

  • NEW YORK, New York
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  • March 16, 2020

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Gozu Tenno. God of warding against pestilence. Late Heian period, 12th century. Single wood block construction with traces of lacquer and gold.
Carole Davenport

Asia Week New York has announced that due to the Coronavirus outbreak, many galleries, thirty-two in all, have changed their schedules. Most will be open by-appointment only, while others from outside of the New York metropolitan region have or are in the process of closing. As of press time, several galleries remain open.

Says Katherine Martin, chairman of Asia Week New York, “Our main priority is to ensure the public’s health and safety during this challenging time. I want to thank all of our participants who mounted some amazing exhibitions and the people who came out to see them.”

According to Ms. Martin, information about the respective exhibitions or catalogues can be accessed on each of the gallery’s websites.  Visit www.asiaweekny.com for daily updates.

The following is a list of the changes:

Closed on Monday, March 16
Thomas Murray, Susan Ollemans, Zetterquist Galleries

Closed on Tuesday, March 17
Walter Arader, Kang Collection Korean Art, Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art

The following dealers remain open:
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc.; Carole Davenport; Carlton Hobbs LLC; Onishi Gallery

The following dealers are by appointment only:
Boccara Art; Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd.; HK Art & Antiques LLC; Ippodo Gallery; Kaikodo LLC; J.J. Lally & Co.; Kapoor Galleries; Navin Kumar Gallery; Mika Gallery/Shouun Oriental Art; Joan B Mirviss Ltd; Akar Prakar; Rosenberg & Co.; Scholten Japanese Art; Thomsen Gallery

 


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