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New York – Christie’s September 2013 Asian Art Week will be comprised of eight impressive sales that will take place over the course of four days, from September 17-20.  The week will feature property from several renowned private collections of contemporary Indian works, jade carvings, archaic bronzes, and more.  In conjunction with Asian Art Week, Super/Natural Contemporary Korean Art, Christie’s first private selling exhibition of the genre, will be held in the 20th floor galleries from September 12-27.  The exhibition will focus on four artists’ interest in nature and the hyperreal.  Further details of Asian Art Week will be announced in the coming weeks.

Sale Schedule

The Art of Nandalal Bose, Abanindranath Tagore and Rabindranath Tagore: The Supratik Bose Collection

17 September 2013 | 10am

South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art

17 September 2013 | 2pm

Indian & Southeast Asian Art

18 September 2013 | 2pm 

Fine Chinese Paintings

18 September 2013 | 10am

Important Chinese Archaic Bronzes

From A Distinguished Private Collection

19 September 2013 | 10am

 A Collecting Legacy: Fine Chinese Jade Carvings And Works Of Art From The Lizzadro Collection (Part II)

19 September 2013 | 11am

Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art

19-20 September 2013 | 19 Sept. at 2pm and 20 Sept. at 10am & 2pm

    The complete eCatalogues will be available on

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