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HALI to exhibit at Asia Week New York 2014

With only a few hours till the opening of Asia Week New York, we would like to announce that HALI will be participating in the event at the Bohemian National Hall. The curated Asia Art Fair will take place from 15-18 March 2014, with the preview night on Friday 14 March 2014.

During Asia Week, the Japanese Art Dealers Association (JADA) will also be presenting an exhibition of important works at the Ukrainian Institute of America, 15-19 March 2014. Five of New York’s top Japanese art dealers will come together in a collaborative exhibition with scores of work from different periods and schools. Exhibitors include Erik Thomsen Gallery, Koichi Yanagi Oriental Fine Arts, Leighton R. Longhi, Inc., Oriental Fine Art, Mika Gallery, and Sebastian Izzard LLC Asian Art. Additionally, each of JADA’s members will hold a public exhibition in their galleries, with the exception of Leighton Longhi, who will exhibit works privately and by appointment only. Highlights include a pair of luminous 17th century gold-leaf screens of cherry blossoms, and an extraordinary surcoat once worn over royal armour and made of thousands of feathers.

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Edo period, 17th century
Hand applied feathers, silk, and fabric
H: 31-1/2 x W: 28-1/3 in. (80 x 72 cm)
Leighton Longhi Inc. Oriental Fine Art


Cherry Trees at Yoshino
Pair of six-panel folding screens (detail)
Edo Period (1615-1868), 17th century
Ink, mineral colors, and gofun on paper with gold leaf
Each screen: H 68 1/2 x W 148 in. (173.5cm x 377 cm)
Courtesy Erik Thomsen Gallery


Large Dish with Bamboo and Vine Design
Hizen ware, aode-Kutani type; porcelain with overglaze enamels
Edo period, circa 1650
Diameter 17⅞ in. (45.3 cm)
Sebastian Izzard LLC Asian Art

7.-Himalayan-monal-(1) Asia Week New York

A Himalayan Monal
Golconda, 1650-75
Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch Ltd.

18.-Mewar-Shah-Alam Asia Week New York

The Mughal Emperor Shah ‘Alam Bahadur Shah with four of his sons
Mewar, 1710-20
Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch Ltd.

Mu'in-Mussavir-folio Asia Week New York

A double-sided folio from a dispersed manuscript of Firdausi’s Shahnama ‘The Book of Kings’:
Rustam and his horse Raksh fighting the dragon and Rustam lassoing the witch watched by Raksh
Signed by Mu’in Mussavir
Safavid Persia, Isfahan, circa 1660
Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch Ltd.


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