The New York Times gives us an overview of the Asia Week offerings, at the top of the list of contemporary galleries to see…
Much of the contemporary art exhibited in Asia Week’s galleries involves recent translations of ancient traditions like calligraphy, scroll painting or ceramics. A dealer with a solid roundup of contemporary ink painting is M. Sutherland (55 East 80th Street), including work by Jia Youfu, one of the best-known interpreters of the Song painting tradition.
Nearby, they attribute our Liang Quan tea stain painting to another gallery, but we understand: it was a maddening crush of press events yesterday.
Read the complete article here: NYT: Asia Week Celebrates
Our thanks to NYT Art & Design and Linda Rosier!