Asia Week NY Announces 8-day extravaganza of Gallery Open Houses & Museum Exhibitions

artwork: Kapoor Galleries, 1015 Madison Avenue, NY will present “Images of Divinity,” works from India, Nepal, and Tibet showcasing paintings, bronzes, and stone sculpture of deities, demigods, and divine beings during Asia Week.


NEW YORK, NY.- For Asia Week New York starting on March 16th, nearly three-dozen galleries will host simultaneous exhibitions to spotlight prized ancient, antique, and contemporary Asian artworks. International and Manhattan dealers will showcase an astonishing array of the best art from China, Japan, Korea, India, the Himalayas, and Southeast Asia. The rarest and finest Asian examples of porcelain, jewelry, paintings, ceramics, sculpture, books, bronzes, prints, photographs, and jades constitute the rich offerings at the 33 specialist gallery presentations, some of which are being unveiled to the public for the first time. With each participating show open to the public, Asia Week New York is organized to welcome Asian Art enthusiasts from around the world.