14–21 March 2024 | New York

This March, immerse yourself in the captivating world of Asian Art at Sotheby’s, where beauty meets tradition and innovation. Experience the pinnacle of artistic expression as we present a remarkable series of live sales, totaling five exquisite events.

Kicking off this extraordinary journey are the Modern & Contemporary South Asian auctions, including a landmark moment with The Virginia and Ravi Akhoury Collection—a testament to the richness and diversity of Indian Art. From the early brilliance of Sailoz Mookherjea to the contemporary allure of Kattinger Krishna Hebbar, this collection is a mesmerizing tapestry that spans generations.

The sale series will conclude with exceptional art and objects from our auctions of Chinese Art and Indian and Himalayan Art.

Join us from March 14th to March 20th in our New York City galleries as we unveil this extraordinary tapestry of cultural marvels.


Exhibition Information

  • Mar14 Mar20

    Asian Art on View in New York

  • Hours

    Monday–Friday | 10:00 AM–5:00 PMSaturday | 10:00 AM–6:00 PMSunday | 10:00 AM–5:00 PM


    1334 York Avenue, New York, NY 10021

Events Program

Saturday 16 March

2:00 PM | A conversation on Foundations of Abstraction. Paintings from the Estate of C. C. Wang
with Arnold Chang (Artist and Consultant) and Wen-shing Chou (Associate Professor of Art History, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY)

3:00 PM | A lecture on The Bannerman Paintings for the Hall of Imperial Splendor: An Unparalleled Collaboration Between Qing Court and Jesuit Artists
by Niklas Leverenz (independent scholar)

4:00 PM | A gallery talk on Mahakala & Hevajra. Three Early Ming Masterworks
with Jeff Watt (Director and Chief Curator at Himalayan Art Resources)


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