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Past Exhibitions
March 2018 CIRCLE WITH A RADIUS OF ZERO Recent works by Annysa Ng whose art vibrates to the rhythm of such profound philosophical reflection that it challenges the intellect and engages the viewer. And yet it is the visual beauty, grace and delicacy of her artwork that make these potent musings, restrained by a fierce splendor, even more powerful.
September 2017 AN HO: RECENT PAINTINGS presents six recent paintings by An Ho who at 90 is yet discovering novelty in the beauty that surrounds her, painting her vision on silk and paper with ever-steady hands and a freshness that astounds.
April 2017 STRONGER TOGETHER - MELDING CULTURAL IDIOMS focuses on the work of two western artists, ROY LICHTENSTEIN and ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG, both of whom created their final projects by re-examining an earlier allure for Chinese artistic expression and translating this affinity into their own unique idioms.
September 2016 REJOICE OVER VICTORY: THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION shows 10 original works from the years prior to 1966 to 1976. These paintings are more than propaganda, more than a voyeur's look into a devastating decade for China; they are the prototypes upon which the following generations would base their perceptions of the world.
March 2016 SELECT PAINTINGS OF ZHU QIZHAN ON THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS DEATH. The exhibition consists of 10 paintings spanning the years from 1956 to 1992 painted by Zhu Qizhan from the age of sixty-five to the age of one hundred and one.
March 2015 PAINTINGS BY AN HO: TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN. An exhibition of paintings by the Chinese woman artist AN HO (b.1927), and four paintings by her teacher PU RU (1896-1963)
March 2014 TO SEE A WORLD IN A GRAIN OF SAND: An exhibition of paintings ranging from Ming dynasty to the contemporary, scholar rocks and scholar objects.
March 2012 MANIFEST DESTINY Artists include: Shao Yixuan (1886-1954), Chen Chi (1912-2005), Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997), Zeng Xiaojun (b.1954), Xu Bing (b.1955), Shen Chen (b.1955), He Sai Bang (b.1959), Annysa Ng
September 2011 AUTUMN ASIA WEEK EXHIBITION Artists include: Chen Chi (1912-2005), K.S. Wong (b.1934), Zeng Xiaojun (b.1954), Wei Jia (b.1957)
March 2011 NEW SHOOTS OFF THE OLD TRUNK: CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART WITH CLASSICAL ROOTS Artists include: Ya Ming (1924-2002), K.S. Wong (b.1934), Zhang Lichen (b.1939), Mel Chin (b.1951), Zeng Xiaojun (b.1954), Xu Bing (b.1955), Wei Jia (b.1957), He Sai Bang (b.1959), Annysa Ng
September 2010 LITERATI MUSING: INSCRIPTIONS ON CHINESE PAINTINGS AND SCHOLAR OBJECTS Artists include: Zhang Naiqi (late18th-19th c.), Xiao Junxian (1865-1949), Fan Zhenxu (1872-1960), Wang Daizhi (early 20th c.), Sun Zubo (1919-1978)
March 2010 EMBODIMENTS OF WISDOM: An exhibition displays works from Yuan dynasty to the contemporary. The flow of intellectual acumen from one generation to the next allows a smooth interplay among works of different generations and different media.
March 2008 GALLERY HIGHLIGHTS Artists include: Zhao Zhiqian (1829-1884), Wu Changshuo (1844-1927), Chen Shizeng (1876-1923)
October 2007 HE SAI BANG: LISTENING TO SHAPES. The artist's first solo exhibition in America; comprising twenty-one of his recent paintings.
May 2007 Accompanying exhibit to DEEP IN THE MOUNTAINS: An Encounter with Zhu Qizhan, the first book in Watson-Guptill's Art Encounters series.
March 2007 SHAO YIXUAN AND THE BEIJING SALON: Volume III. The third and final installation, a culmination of years of research on the genius of a forgotten twentieth century master.
October 2006 WEI JIA: MADE IN BEIJING FORWARD SLASH NEW YORK. An exhibition of new works by Wei Jia, a contemporary artist from Beijing now living in New York.
September 2006 SO CLEAR AND SO COOL: Retrospective of Paintings by Zhu Qizhan on the Tenth Anniversary of his Death.
May 2006 ECHOES IN THE MOMENT: an installation and exhibition of recent works by the Chinese artist, Lin Yan.
March 2006 SHAO YIXUAN AND THE BEIJING SALON: Volume II.. This exhibition illustrates Shao Yixuan's influence in the modern art world. Many of the works carry colophons by his contemporaries.
October 2005 RECENT PAINTINGS BY ROGER CHUNG: Featuring thirty traditional Chinese paintings, this is the artist's first solo exhibition in thirty years.
March 2005 TRADITION AND THE FUTURE OF TRADITION: An exhibition of paintings by two outstanding Chinese artists, Shao Yixuan (1886-1954) and Zeng Xiaojun (b.1954).
October 2004 WEI JIA 2004: An exhibition of recent works by the one of the most outstanding Chinese artists of his generation.
September 2004 SUBSTANCE AND SHADOW: Paintings by Sharon Korman.
May 2004 LOST TOUCH: Arlan Huang, paintings 2003-2004.
March 2004 THE HUMAN VISAGE: Paintings by Hua Lee.
December 2003 IT'S A SMALL WORLD: A group exhibition of affordably priced and manageably sized paintings and glass works by contemporary Chinese artists.
October 2003 BETWEEN THE LINES: Paintings and sculptures by Hilda Shen, Pang Tao and Shen Chen.
May 2003 BLOSSOMING BOUGH: An Ho, Recent Paintings.
March 2003 THE PAPER CHASE: Creations in paper by four contemporary Chinese artists: Wei Jia, Lin Yan, Hou Wenyi and Zeng Xiaojun.
October 2002 VISUAL DIALOGUE: Chinese American artists in New York, Emily Cheng, Lin Yan, Arlan Huang and Guoqing Heaton.
May 2002 GOOD MOUNTAIN, FINE DAY: Paintings by Master Artist Zhu Qizhan who passed away in 1996 at the age of 105.
March 2002 CONTEMPORARY BRUSH STROKES: New York Artists from China. Paintings by Xu Bing, Hou Wenyi, Zhang Hongtu, Wei Jia and Zhang Jianjun.
September 2001 FIELD OF STONES: An exhibition of fifty-four scholar rocks, inkstones, and paintings.
May 2001 MAY FLOWERS: This exhibition covers many centuries of Chinese painting from the Study of Lotus Blossoms by Hua Yan dated 1726 to the Lotus by Huang Yongyu dated 1984.
March 2001 TEMPTING FATE: Painting, Calligraphy, Furniture and Scholar Objects.
December 2000 PAINTINGS BY GUYI: An exhibition of recent paintings by one of the most important and innovative female artists in China.
October 2000 SKY RIFFS: Photographs by Elinor J. Powicke.
September 2000 AN INTIMATE WORLD: An exhibition of small format Chinese paintings (mostly fan paintings) from the 17th to the 20th centuries and scholar objects from the 13th to the 19th centuries.
May 2000 IMPRESSIONS - Paintings by Xu Xi: Triumphantly achieved a unique visual identity - a remarkable synthesis of traditional and modern, Eastern and Western, through a life experience in many ways different from that of most contemporary Asian artists.
March 2000 STUDIO OF SNOWY PINES COLLECTION - CHINESE MODERN MASTERS Artists include: Pan Tianshou (1897-1971), Qi Baishi (1863-1957), Huang Binhong (1864-1955), Zhao Zhiqian (1829-1884), Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Liu Haisu (1896-1994), Zhao Yunhe (1874-1955), Wu Changshuo (1844-1927), Wang Xuetao (1903-1982), Pu Ru (1896-1963)
March 2000 GOOD NEWS: Socialist-Realist Paintings from the 1950s and 1960s (at the International Asian Art Fair)
December 1999 INSPIRED BY SONG: Paintings by An Ho
October 1999 PAPER AND STONE: Charcoal drawings and relief carvings in stone by Mathyas Olah
September 1999 METAMORPHOSIS: Recent paintings by Zeng Xiaojun
June 1999 JUI GUOLIANG: Paintings of Mount Huang
May 1999 UNAFRAID OF THE AUTUMN WIND: Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings by Zhu Qizhan (1892-1996)
March 1999 CHINESE FURNITURE AND SCHOLAR OBJECTS (at the International Asian Art Fair)
January 1999 XIAOQING CHI & XIAOJIA PENG: Sculpture and Painting
September 1998 MEL CHIN, ARLAN HUANG, BING LEE: An exhibition of three Chinese-American artists
December 1996 THE MASTER AND THE PROTEGEE: Painting by Pu Ru (1896-1963) and An Ho (b.1927)
October 1996 ENDURING AS THE HEAVENS: Paintings by Zhu Qizhan (1982-1996)
September 1995 ZHU QIZHAN: Your age ancient as the mountains, your happiness wide as the sea. Tenth annual one-man show
November 1994 (15th Anniversary) MASTERPIECES OF MODERN CHINESE PAINTING Artists include: Zhao Zhiqian (1829-1884), Xu Gu (1824-1896), Ren Yi (1840-1896), Ren Xiong (1823-1857), Ren Xun (1835-1893), Wu Changshuo (1844-1927), Qi Baishi (1863-1957), Huang Binhong (1864-1955), Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Chen Shizeng (1876-1923), Pu Ru (1896-1963), Lu Fengzi (1886-1959), Yu Ming (1884-1935), Wu Guanzhong (1919-2010), Wu Zuoren (1908-1997), Tang Yun (1910-1993), Wu Xizai (1799-1870), Yu Yue (1821-1907), Weng Tonghe (1830-1904), Zeng Xi (1861 -1930), Hong Yi (1880-1942)
June 1994 ZHU QIZHAN - AT THE HEIGHT OF INSPIRATION: Ninth annual one-person show
November 1993 LANGUAGE OF SKY: Recent paintings by Zeng Xiaojun
September 1993 EASTERN SPIRIT WESTERN WORLD: Paintings by Diana Kan
June 1993 ZHU QIZHAN - HALE AND HEARTY: Eighth annual one-person show
June 1992 ZHU QIZHAN - PAINTING WITH A FREE HAND: Seventh annual one-person show
Paintings by Chang Dai-Chien (1899-1983)
December 1991 LAI SHAOQI: Painting and Calligraphy
May 1991 ZHU QIZHAN - BRAVING THE FROST: Sixth annual one-person show
April 1991 NOURISHING THE SPIRIT - MAN IN THE CHINESE LANDSCAPE Artists include: Wu Guxiang (1848-1903), Yu Ming (1884-1935), Xiao Junxian (1865-1949), Huang Binhong (1864-1955), Wu Hufan (1894-1968), Yu Jianhua (1895-1979), Qian Songyan (1899-1985), Qi Kun (1894-1940), Tang Yun (1910-1993), Xie Zhiliu (1910-1997), and Tao Yiqing (1914-1986)
October 1990 THE NEW INDIVIDUALISM - LEGACY OF THE YANGZHOU ECCENTRICS: An exhibition of works by artists of the 19th and 20th centuries who have been inspired by the Yangzhou Eccentrics, a group of unorthodox 18th century artists whose works have had a significant influence on the direction of modern Chinese painting. An exhibition of works by the Yangzhou Eccentrics is currently on view at the China Institute in Manhattan.
September 1990 INTO THE WOODS: Works by Zeng Xiaojun
May 1990 ZHU QIZHAN AT 100: Fifth annual one-person show
September 1989 THE FIGURE IN CHINESE PAINTING: Artists include Feng Chaoran (1882-1954)
May 1989 MASTERWORKS OF ZHU QIZHAN: Fourth annual one-person show
May 1989 THE PAINTING OF HUANG CHUN-PI (at the National Arts Club)
February 1989 LANDSCAPES OF CHINA: An exhibition of landscape painting ranging from the highly traditional to unusual paintings of the 1950s to more contemporary expressions by Lu Yanshao (1909-1993) and Lai Shaoqi (1915-2000)
December 1988 BIRDS AND FLOWERS OF CHINA: A rotating exhibition of modern Chinese paintings
October 1988 THE SCHOLAR'S ROAD: Chinese painting from 1850 to 1966, showing artists' scholarly pursuits or scholar's objects, and calligraphy Artist include: Yang Borun (1837-1911), Chen Chongguang (1839-1896), Ren Yi (1840-1896), Li Ruiqing (1867-1920), Yao Hua (1876-1930), Feng Chaoran (1882-1954), Lu Fengzi (1886-1959), Qi Kun (1894-1940), Wu Hufan (1894-1968), Pu Ru (1896-1963), Liu Haisu (1896-1994), Xie Zhiguang (1900-1976), Qi Gong (1912-2005) and Ya Ming (1924-2002)
April 1988 THE PAINTING OF ZHU QIZHAN: Third annual one-person show
February 1988 CHINESE PAINTINGS & CALLIGRAPHY: FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY Artists include: Qi Baishi (1863-1957), Xiao Junxian (1865-1949), Chen Banding (1876-1970), Chen Shuren (1883-1948), Shao Yixuan (1886-1954), Lu Fengzi (1886-1959), and Zhang Daqian (1899-1983). Calligraphy by Zheng Xiaoxu (1860-1938), Li Ruiqing (1867-1920), and Xie Zhiliu (1910-1997)
December 1987 LEI YU - MEMORIES OF CHINA: Second one-person exhibition at L.J. Wender
October 1987 MOUNTAIN WATER PAINTING: Landscapes by Modern Chinese Artists. Artists include: Zhu Ben (1761-1819), Chen Romu (1839-1896), Xiao Junxian (1865-1949), Chen Hengke (1876-1923), ShaoYixuan (1886-1954), Tang Yun (1910-1993), Li Xiongcai (1910-2001), Song Wenzhi (1919-1999), Wei Zixi (1915-2002), Lu Yanshao (1909-1993), Qian Songyan (1898-1985), Xie Zhiliu (1910-1997), Tao Yiqing (1914-1986), Ding Shiqing (1900-1976), Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Cheng Shifa (1921-2007), C.C. Wang (1907-2003), Chen Chi (1921-2005), Lai Shaoqi (1915-2000), Ya Ming (1922-2002), and Zhang Lichen (b.1939)
April 1987 PAINTINGS BY THE GRAND MASTER ZHU QIZHAN: Second annual one-person show
February 1987 CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY AND PAINTINGS Artists include: Qi Baishi (1863-1957), Gao Jianfu (1879-1951), Chen Shuren (1883-1948), Shao Yixuan (1886-1954), Zhu Qizhan (1892-1996), Qi Jingxi (1894-1940), Wang Shengsheng (1896-1972), Qian Songyan (1898-1985), Xie Zhiguang (1900-1976), Jiang Handing (1903-1963), Wang Xuetao (1903-1982), Lu Yanshao (1909-1993), Wang Fangyu (1913-1997), Song Wenzhi (1919-1999), Ya Ming (1922-2002), Chen Peiqiu (b.1922), and Lu Yifei (1931-2005)
December 1986 MODERN CHINESE PAINTINGS Artists Include: Wang Geyi (1896-1988), Li Kuchan (1899-1983), Qian Songyan (1898-1985), Xie Zhiguang (1900-1976) and Li Keran (1907-1989)
October 1986 THE SHANGHAI SCHOLAR-ARTIST 1946-1966 Artists: Xie Zhiliu (1910-1997) and Chen Peiqiu (b.1922)
Spring 1986 ZHU QIZHAN: First annual one-person show. Artist in attendance.
February 1986 YEAR OF THE TIGER - CHINESE PAINTINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR Artists include: Wu Gonghe, Zhang Shanzi (1882-1940), Zhu Qizhan (1892-1996), and Ya Ming (1922-2002)
November 1985 RECENT ACQUISTIONS OF MODERN CHINESE PAINTINGS Artist include: Qi Baishi (1863-1957), Wu Changshuo (1844-1927), Huang Binhong (1864-1955), Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Zhu Qizhan (1892-1996) and Lu Yanshao (1909-1993)
September 1985 CHINESE FIGURE PAINTING: The 19th and 20th Centuries
May 1985 CLASSICAL SPIRIT REVITALIZED: Modern Chinese Paintings Reflecting the Spirit of the John M. Crawford Collections Artist include: Zhu Da (1626-1705), Wu Changshuo (1844-1927), Qi Bashi (1863-1957), Huang Binhong (1864-1955), Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), and the Lingnan artists Gao Jianfu (1879-1951), Chen Shuren (1883-1948), and Zhao Shaoang (1905-1998)
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