Asia Week JADA Exhibition
The Ukrainian Institute, 2 East 79th Street, New York
JADA 2014: An Exhibition by the Japanese Art Dealers Association of New York will be held at the Ukrainian Institute of America from March 15 to March 19. As in previous years, the emphasis is on the traditional arts of Japan, from prehistoric times through the early 20th century.
We will be showing Yoshinoyama, an exceptional pair of six-panel folding screens depicting blooming cherry blossoms in the hills of Yoshino. Painted in ink, mineral colors, gold, and gold wash on paper, the screens are outstanding for their exuberant display of cherry blossoms, formed in high relief using gofun, naturally weathered and crushed seashells.
Other works we will exhibit at JADA's collaborative fair include gold-lacquer boxes, hanging-scroll paintings, and a rare tsuitate panel depicting an archery demonstration at the Sanjusangendo hall in Kyoto.