Asia Week New York 2010
Over 40 museums, galleries, and auction houses have joined forces for one full week of exciting events!
Asia Week New York is the city's largest and most diverse series of cultural events focusing on Asian art from India, China, Japan, Korea, the Himalayas, and Southeast Asia. Asia Week brings together leading New York institutions that have a significant interest in Asian art, organizing and formalizing the diverse programming and activities hosted by museums, galleries, specialty dealers, and auction houses.
Don't miss this brilliant week of public lectures, panel discussions, exhibitions, and receptions!
A full-color print guide complete with calendar of events, participant listings and a map of participating venues—created exclusively for Asia Week by media sponsor Asian Art Newspaper—will be available at locations of Asia Week participants.
Visit www.asiaweeknewyork.org for the latest updates!
Image, above: Zen'en (Japanese, 1197'1258). Jizo Bosatsu. Japan. Kamakura period, ca. 1221'26. Wood, lacquer, cut gold, crystal, bronze. H. 22 3/4 in. (57.8 cm). Asia Society, New York: Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd Collection, 1979.202a'e
Asia Week New York press release