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These shows are listed as a courtesy to members and advertisers in the journal Impressions. Please contact galleries before visiting, as information may be subject to change.


Illinois

Floating World Gallery
1925 N. Halstead St.
Chicago, IL
(312) 587-7800
www.floatingworld.com


New York

Asia Week, New York, is March 9-18.  Please check gallery websites for  business hours and opening receptions.


Ukrainian Institute of America
2 E. 79th St.
New York, NY
JADA 2017: An Exhibition by the Japanese Art Dealers Association
MarCH 11–13

The Asia Week exhibition will feature six-panel folding screens, hanging scrolls of delicate and refined brushwork, bold woodblock prints, ceramics, lacquers and textiles. In addition to JADA 2017, the Ukrainian Institute will house Japanese Screens and Scrolls from the Taisho Era, presented by Erik Thomsen Gallery, one of JADA's five members. The other members of JADA are Koichi Yanagi Oriental Fine Arts, Leighton Longhi, Inc. Oriental Fine Art, Mika Gallery, and Sebastian Izzard LLC Asian Art. Each of the galleries will also hold exhibitions at their individual galleries in Midtown and on the Upper East Side during Asia Week.


Art of Japan
The Mark Hotel, Suite 215
25 East 77th St.
New York, NY
(206) 369-2139

BachmannEckenstein Japanese Art
Exhibiting at the Schlesinger Gallery
24 East 73rd St.
New York, NY
(212) 734-3600

Japanese Art: Pre-Modern and Beyond
MarCH 11–15

Bonhams Auction House
580 Madison Ave. (between 56th and 57th Streets)
New York, NY
(212) 644-9001

auction of Japanese and Korean art
MarCH 15 at 1 p.m.

Christie’s
20 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY


Carole Davenport Japanese Art
131 East 83 St., Suite 7D
New York, NY
(646) 249-8500
www.caroledavenport.com

THEN NOW: Meet Hiroyuki Asano & His Sculpture in a Milieu of Classic Art
March 9–25

Dai Ichi Arts
18 East 64th St., Suite 3F
New York, NY
(212) 230-1680; cell (917) 435-9473
www.daiichiarts.com

The West in the East
MarCH 9–18

Investigating the confluence of West and East in the context of 20th century Japanese ceramics. During this time, many Japanese artists took Western ideas and used them in their own art, interpreting them through an Eastern lens.


Egenolf Gallery of Japanese Art
The Carlyle Hotel
35 East 76th Street, Suite 1806(
New York, NY
818) 621-6246


Ippodo Gallery
12 East 86th St., #507
New York, NY 10028
(212) 967-4899
www.ippodogallery.com

Surface Folds: Clay wares by Yukiya Izumita
MarCH 9–AprIL 7

Thirty works will showcase Izumita’s deep understanding of clay and artistry, honed over a lifetime of training and passion. In his exploration of technique through paper and clay, mastery gives way to dual fragility and strength—finding balance.


Sebastian Izzard Asian Art
17 East 76th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY
(212)794-1522
www.izzardasianart.com

Nineteenth-Century Landscapes of Japan
March 11–17

Japanese Art Dealers Association
Ukraine Institute of America
2 East 79th Street
New York, NY


Kaikodo
74 East 79th St., 14B
New York, NY
(212) -585-0121


Leighton R. Longhi, Oriental Fine Art
(212) 722-5745


Mika Gallery
595 Madison Ave., 8th Floor
New York, NY
(212) 888-3900
www.mikagallery.com

Japanese Calligraphy
March 10–16


Joan B. Mirviss Ltd.
39 East 78th St., Suite 401
New York, NY
(212) 799-4021
www.mirviss.com

Timeless Elegance in Japanese Art: A Celebration of Forty Years
MarCH 9–AprIL 14

This celebratory show includes forty plus works of art, twenty of which are by living artists working in clay and long represented by the gallery, and were created or specifically selected by each artist for this event. The balance of this exhibition consists of major, innovative paintings and famous ukiyo-e prints by important eighteenth and nineteenth-century artists, together with masterworks by eminent ceramists of the twentieth century


Onishi Gallery
521 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
(212) 695 8035 
www.onishigallery.com

Ito Sekisui V: Red Soil
MarCH 9–AprIL 1

This show will be presented at their gallery.

Japanese Art and Modern Living
MarCH 9–18

This show, during Asia Week, will be presented at Dalva Brothers, 53 East 77th Street, New York, New York.


Oriental Treasure Box
Contact: Kazuo Kuwabara
2310-A Kettner Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 221-9071 phone/fax
www.orientaltreasurebox.com

Signs of Reign: A Showering of Splendid Japanese Art
MarCH 11–18

At the Nippon Club, 145 W. 57 St., New York, NY. Hollis Goodall, Curator of Japanese Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, will present a lecture on regal themes and symbols in Japanese art, March 13 at 4 p.m. at the Nippon Club. Advance reservations are required at yhonda@nipponclub.org.


Ronin Gallery
425 Madison Avenue (at 49th St.), 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10017
(212) 688-0188
roningallery.com

Munakata and the Disciples of Buddha
March 2–April 29

Featuring prints by the modern master, the exhibition explores the vital interplay of artistic tradition and religious practice behind Munakata's groundbreaking work.

Check the website for changing online exhibitions.


Scholten Japanese Art
145 West 58th Street, 6D
New York, NY
212-585-0474
www.scholten-japanese-art.com

Yoshitoshi
MarCH 9–18

A single-artist exhibition focused on the work of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839–1892), one of the last great ukiyo-e artists of the 19th century. The exhibition will be accompanied by a full-color catalogue of 138 pages with 125 entries illustrating 180 woodblock prints.


Erik Thomsen Gallery
23 East 67th Street
New York, NY
(212) 288-2588
info@erikthomsen.com
www.erikthomsen.com

Japanese post-war calligraphy
March 9–May 12

The Tolman Collection Tokyo
2-2-18 Shiba Daimon
Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0012 Japan
Tel : +81-3-3434-1300

tc@tolmantokyo.com
www.tolmantokyo.com

The Tolman Collection, New York, is exhibiting at Art on Paper Pier 36 in New York
March 2–5

Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art
1016 Madison Avenue (at 78th St.), 2nd floor
New York, NY
(212) 628-7625


Koichi Yanagi Oriental Fine Arts
17 East 71st, 4th Floor
New York, NY
(212) 744-5577

Kokon Biannual: Spring 2017
March 6–24

For the first time, the gallery will be exhibiting a set of six fusuma, large sliding-door panels depicting Tao Yuanming at Home, by Soga Shōhaku (1730-1781).