When Asia Week New York launches its ten-day extravaganza, on March 9, many of the top-tier galleries will showcase contemporary work alongside classical objects, while others will be devoted solely to present-day works of art.
To celebrate her exhibition entitled ThenNow, Carole Davenport will honor the renowned Japanese sculptor, Hiroyuki Asano, who has generously allowed four pieces to be shown during Asia Week New York. Asano, known for his precise forms and circular voids, brings a refined life to the soul of the stone, representing time, space, and movement through the universe. He has recently surged in popularity in the East, using his classical training in Italy and uniquely Japanese style to win numerous international sculpting awards. His works are in public and private collections around the globe, including Japan, China, Korea, Germany and the U.S.