Celebrating Japanese Artworks and Artists: Ten years with The Nippon Club.
From left to right:
Cloisonne enamel vase by Hayashi Kodenji of Nagoya Height: 12 inches (30.5 cm). Japan, c. 1895 (Meiji period)
Silver vase with gold inlay depicting Shishimai dance from Noh drama Shakkyo by Kazutoshi and Mitsuyuki, Height 14.8 inches (37.6 cm)
Group of Japanese 20th Century Bamboo Ikebana Baskets:
(left to right) Iizuka Rōkansai (1890-1958), Kosuge Shōchikudō (1921-2003) and Living National Treasure Chikubosai II (1917-2003)
Hosted by The Nippon Club
Organized by Orientations Gallery and Oriental Treasure Box Gallery
For New York, Asia Week 2023, Orientations Gallery and Oriental Treasure Box Gallery will return to the elegant Nippon Gallery on the 7th floor of the Nippon Club Tower. This year’s event, "Celebrating Japanese Artworks and Artists: 10 Years with The Nippon Club,” marks the tenth anniversary of this collaborative vetted exhibition, the longest running of any such event for Asia Week. High-quality objects by accomplished and notable artists of cloisonné enamels, metalwork, ceramics, art lacquer, painting, basketry, carving, and textiles will be on view.
Imperial Court Artists are significantly included.
The show will focus on artworks with the Japanese concept of kinen (anniversary and commemoration). Objects that depict special celebratory events and ritualistic occasions will be included. Artists who have won awards at international expositions and World Fairs from the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa Periods will be featured.
The daily show hours are open to the public, and all are welcome.
|Period||March 16 – 24, 2023|
|Hours||10:00 am – 6:00 pm (M - F) 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (Sat) （Closed on Sun）|
|Location||The Nippon Gallery
145 West 57th Street, 7th Floor,
New York, NY 10019