Maureen Zarember, owner and founder of Tambaran Gallery, is excited to participate once again in Asia Week. With our eclectic range of art, the exhibition and installation of both traditional and contemporary art will be dedicated to the entire month of March.
Tambaran exhibits “Just heads”: stone, bronze and terra-cotta from India and Asia. A small collection of antique wooden bowls and pots, from Hawaii, Japan and China.
New works by the Korean artist Sung Hee Cho are her reflections on nature and the ever-changing seasons (hanji paper and oil on canvas). Tambaran also has two exciting guest artists at 5 E. 82 Street, New York:
Galerie Alexis Renard, from Paris, France. Specializing in Islamic and Indian art, they will present “Game of Gods, Game of Love: Epics in Indian and Persian Art”, March 10 – 19, 2016.
Gallery Japonesque, from San Francisco, California. Koichi Hara is a contemporary artist and designer. A master in installations of wood, stone, glass, inspired by all elements in nature.