Arrangör: Östasiatiska Museets Vänner


2 december kl. 14.00: Östasiatiska museets nya utställning Juxtaposing Craft visas för Vännerna. Utställningen som cureras av Rebecca Ahlstedt och Anna Senno utforskar det handgjorda i ett utbyte mellan Norden och Japan, såväl nyskapade som historiska föremål.
Plats: Östasiatiska museet
Anmälan till senast torsdag 24 november
Välkomna - först till kvarn


Vännerna inbjudes tillsammans med medlemmarna i Oriental Ceramic Society till visningar av asiatiskt konsthantverk på Stockholms Auktionsverk, Bukowskis och Uppsala Auktionskammare


30 november kl. 14.00: Intendent Charlotte Widenfelt visar på Uppsala Auktionskammare

Plats: Nybrogatan 20


30 november kl. 16.00: Specialisten Elisabet Fellman visar på Stockholms Auktionsverk
Plats: Nybrogatan 32


6 december kl. 15.00: Specialisten Cecilia Nordström visar på Bukowskis
Plats: Berzelii Park 1





Now - 11 Dec 2022: Tokyo National Museum; 150th Anniversary Special Exhibition: Tokyo National Museum: Its History and National Treasures: Tokyo National Museum is the oldest and largest institution of its kind in Japan. In addition to displaying many important artworks, this exhibition will introduce the Museum from multiple angles, such as by presenting its efforts to conserve and exhibit tangible cultural heritage. With an engaging format and exhibition space, Tokyo National Museum: Its History and National Treasures will be a stage for new discoveries for regular and first-time visitors alike.

Now - 25 Jun 2023: V&A South Kensington, London; Hallyu! The Korean Wave: showcases the colourful and dynamic popular culture of South Korea, exploring the makings of the Korean Wave and its global impact on the creative industries of cinema, drama, music, fandom, beauty and fashion.

19 Nov – 25 Feb 2024: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Ganesha: Lord of New Beginnings: Ganesha, the son of Shiva and Parvati, is a Brahmanical (Hindu) diety known to clear a path to the gods and remove obstacles in everyday life. He is loved by his devotees (bhakti) for his many traits, including his insatiable appetite for sweet cakes and his role as a dispenser of magic, surprise, and laughter. However, Ganesha is also the lord of ganas (nature deities) and can take on a fearsome aspect in this guise. The seventh- to twenty-first-century works in this exhibition trace his depiction across the Indian subcontinent, the Himalayas, and Southeast Asia. Featuring 24 works across sculptures, paintings, musical instruments, ritual implements, and photography, the exhibition emphasizes the vitality and exuberance of Ganesha as the bringer of new beginnings.

25 Nov: Sotheby’s Hong Kong; Ancient Civilisations II – Neolithic Pottery including the Collection of Ronald W. Longsdorf, CHINA / ARCHAIC AESTHETICS and CHINA / 5000 YEARS

29 Nov: Christie’s Hong Kong; The Chang Wei-Hwa Collection of Archaic Jades Part IV - The Qin and Han Periods, Rich Golden Hues and Graceful Forms - Classical Chinese Furniture From The Tseng Collection and Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art