Japanese Art: Potter and Paper Cutting

  By Joe Meny Junko Yamada creates unique works of art on rice paper by applying modern subject mat- ter and lively colors to a traditional Japanese art form.... Read more »

Korean Artists in New York

  Gallery Ho is pleased to announce the “HERE WE ARE”, the first exhibition at Gallery Ho. “HERE WE ARE” exhibition is a selection of artworks by an eclectic... Read more »
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Crossing Art

By Ching Yu Lin With star-like quality, make-up free natural beauty, white free-flowing jacket and a clean, simple modern look, Catherine Lee, the gallery owner of Crossing Art, greets... Read more »

A Lychee Nut in the Big Apple

There will always be something intrinsically “Asian” in everything that Adam Quang turns his hands to; whether it’s his signature lychee martinis with friends, his fashion designs or the manner in which he brings... Read more »

Japanese Artist Profile-Kay N

By Sophia Hsu As I enter his studio, Kay is all manners and politeness offering beverages as a good Japanese host would. On this humid day, I am just... Read more »

Ana Tzarev Gallery

  By Christopher Ong I met the artist Ana Tzarev in her Midtown gallery in the fall of 2009. She was in town briefly for the opening of her... Read more »

Buddhist Ritual Items & Symbols

Buddhism is one of the most established world religions that history has ever seen. Over the great expanse of time, it has quietly established its own set of symbolisms – symbols that... Read more »

Elliot Bassman–An artist in Jackson Height

What a privilege it is to be invited into the inner sanctum of this artist’s residence in Jackson Heights. Immediately upon entering this Pre-war, original Co-op you are greeted... Read more »