JADA Asia Week Exhibitions

Traditional Japanese fine arts will be on view at the galleries of six leading dealers this Fall, including rarely seen 12th century Kyozo, or mirrors bearing drawings of gods, imperial screens once part of the furnishings of Edo Castle, and strikingly modern works from the Taisho Period (1912-26).

The Japanese Art Dealers Association is a not-for-profit group whose members include leading New York galleries and private dealers who are dedicated to the fine arts of pre-Modern Japan. JADA promotes high standards of scholarship and connoisseurship in the many fields of Japanese art. JADA was founded in 2002.

For more information, visit www.jada-ny.org

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