PARCOURS DES MONDES, PARIS 2015

Salon International d'Arts Premiers

 

September 8-13

 

Exhibiting at:

Galerie Olivier Vanuxem 54, rue Mazarine

75006 Paris, France

 

T/M +1-415-690 9077

 

Visit official website of the PARCOURS DES MONDES, PARIS 2015

 

 

 

Asia Week New York 2015

 

The Feminine Mystique in Indian Art

March 13-21

 

Exhibiting at:

Isselbacher Gallery

41 East 78th Street

New York 10075

 

T/M +1-415-690 9077

 

Open House Weekend

March 14-15, Saturday and Sunday, 11am-6pm

 

Hours

Monday through Saturday, 11am-6pm

 

 

 

Asian Art in Brussels 2014

 

Indian Paintings & Southeast Asian Art, 15th through 19th century

June 4-8

 

Exhibiting at:

Rue des Minimes 24

1er ├ętage

1000 Brussels

 

T/M +1-415-690 9077

 

Open House:

June 4-8, 11-7pm

 

 

 

Asia Week New York 2014

 

Paintings from the Courts of India & Persia

March 13-22

 

Exhibiting at:

Isselbacher Gallery

41 East 78th Street

New York 10075

 

T/M +1-415-690 9077

 

Open House Weekend

March 15-16, Saturday and Sunday, 10:30-6pm

 

Hours

Monday through Saturday, 11-6pm

 

 

 

Asian Art in London 2013

 

Holy and Mundane: Islamic Calligraphy from the 9th through 19th century

31 October - 9 November

 

Exhibition taking place at:

William Thiullier, Third Floor

14 Old Bond Street

London W1S 4PP

T/M +1-415-690 9077

 

Exhibition Hours:

Monday-Friday: 10.30-18.00

Saturday, 2 November: 10.00-18.00

Sunday, 3 November: 10.00-18.00

Monday, 4 November: 10.30-21.00

Saturday, 9 November: 10.30-21.00

 

 

 

Asia Week New York 2013

 

Krishna, The Divine Dalliance

March 14-23

 

Exhibiting at:

Isselbacher Gallery

41 East 78th Street

New York 10075

 

T/M +1-415-690 9077

 

Open House Weekend

March 16-17, Saturday and Sunday, 10-6pm

 

Hours

Monday through Saturday, 11-6pm

 

 


The New York Arts of Pacific Asia Show 2012

March 20-25, 2012

 

The Market Suites at 7W New York

7 West 34th Streeet at 5th Avenue

opposite the Empire State Building

 

The anchor of New York City's Spring Asia Week, this show, presented since 1995, brings together an ever more prestigious assemblage of the world's leading galleries and dealers specializing in the fine arts, textiles and objects de arte of Asia, the Subcontinent, Japan, the Pacific Islands, and the Near and Middle East.

The Arts of Pacific Asia Show takes place during the major Asian auctions at Sotheby's, Christies, Phillips, and Doyles, and major gallery shows now adding to the luster of the most vibrant Asian art market in the world.

Collectors, major museum curators and connoisseurs are the core of Asia Week buyers, and the show's more than 65 exhibitors gather from Asia, Europe, the UK and across America to make this rigorously vetted event the most respected Asian art fair in the world.

Visit official website of the show

 

 

 

The San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show 2012

February 2-5, 2012

 

Fort Mason Center - Festival Pavilion

Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA

 

On the waterfront in San Francisco's historic Fort Mason Center, the San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show brings more than 10,000 antiques, textiles and art from Pacific Asia to the West Coast. This event, the oldest and largest vetted fair in the US brings together Asian art specialists from Asia, Europe and North America. Spanning more than 2000 years of Asian arts and culture, the fair is the most respected by collectors.

Visit official website of the show

 

 

 

Brussels Oriental Art Fair (BOA Fair) 2011

June 8-12, 2011

 

This exceptional European Continental Fine Asian and Oriental art fair is marked in the calendar of many an art collector, curator, dealer, journalist and investor. Twenty-eight merchants will bring their new acquisitions on show to Brussels, including the gallery Asta Mangala from The Netherlands, who will show tantric paintings and ritual objects from the Gokhang under the title 'Taste For Tantra'. This year's edition of BOAfair also highlights contemporary Asian art with the presence of Roots Contemporary gallery, whose owner, Mrs. Samantha Ripa di Meana, will present her selection of internationally acclaimed artists from China.

 

 

 

The New York Arts of Pacific Asia Show 2011

March 23-27, 2011

 

The New York Arts of Pacific Asia presents more than 60 galleries exhibiting from across the US and around the world at 7W New York, (7 W. 34th St., 5th Avenue and 34th) anchoring spring Asian Arts Week, which again this year includes major auctions at Christies, Sotheby's, Phillips, Bonhams and Doyle New York and shows at more than 50 New York antique and contemporary Asian Art galleries.

Visit official website of the show

 

 

 

The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show 2011

February 11-13, 2011

 

Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion

San Francisco

 

The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show is heralded as the best Tribal Art show in world. Each year this anticipated event brings together an impressive living history of global culture, including ethnographic sculptures, textiles and accessories. Collectors, designers and art lovers the world over attend this show to see what's new on the market and find out where collecting trends are going.

 

 

 

The San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show 2011

February 4-6, 2011

 

Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion

San Francisco

 

The 15th Annual San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show brings together 70 vetted private and international galleries with more than 10,000 museum-quality antique and contemporary pieces from Mainland and Pacific Asia. The San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show is one of the only public art fairs that vetts the works of participating dealers for authenticity.

Visit official website of the show

 

 

 

New York Arts of Pacific Asia Show 2010

March 24-28, 2010

 

The Market Suites at 7W New York

7 West 34th Street at 5th Avenue

 

The anchor of New York City's Spring Asia Week, this show, presented since 1995, brings together an ever more prestigious assemblage of the world's leading galleries and dealers specializing in the fine arts, textiles and objects de arte of Asia, the Subcontinent, Japan, the Pacific Islands, and the Near and Middle East.

Visit official website of the show

 

 

 

The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show 2010

February 12-14, 2010

 

Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion

San Francisco

 

The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show is heralded as the best Tribal Art show in world. Each year this anticipated event brings together an impressive living history of global culture, including ethnographic sculptures, textiles and accessories. Collectors, designers and art lovers the world over attend this show to see what's new on the market and find out where collecting trends are going.

Visit official website of the show

 

 

 

The San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show 2010

February 5-7, 2010

 

Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion

San Francisco

 

On the waterfront in San Francisco's historic Fort Mason Center, the San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show brings more than 10,000 exquisite antiques, textiles and art from Pacific Asia, to the West Coast. This event, the oldest and largest vetted exhibtion in the United States brings together Asian art specialists from Asia, Europe and North America. Spanning more than 2000 years of Asian arts, culture and history, this art fair is considered the most respected showing of authentic works by collectors the world over.

Visit official website of the show

Our catalog presented at

Asia Week New York 2013

Krishna, The Divine Dalliance

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Our catalog presented at

Asian Art in London 2013

Holy & Mundane:

Islamic Calligraphy from the

9th through 19th century

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Our catalog presented at

Asia Week New York 2014

Painting from the Courts of

India & Persia

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Our catalog presented at

Asia Week New York 2015

The Feminine Mystique in Indian Art

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