Giuseppe Piva Japanese Art Exhibits "Yugen: The Subtle Profundity of Japanese Art"

Asia Week New York
Mar 6, 2014 5:09PM

At 1016 Madison Avenue, Milan's Giuseppe Piva Japanese Art has pulled together for discerning eyes "Yugen: The Subtle Profundity of Japanese Art." Among the highlights is Batō Kannon, one of the warlike and wrathful deities of Esoteric Buddhism. From the early Edo Period (1615-1867), the work is gilt carved wood and has eyes inlaid with crystals.

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