A major first-time exhibition of contemporary Chinese art, presenting works by nine master artists born in China, was on view at the Robert Livingston Estate at Southwood, 726 Woods Road, Germantown, NY, during the first week of October, 2014 Asian Art on The Hudson featured over 82 pieces of artwork in various media—paintings, calligraphy, embroidery and ­traditional Chinese ink wash art—which were shown in the United States for the first time ever as a whole. This event was hosted by the Chinese Culture & Art International Organization (CCAIO). The show was open October 1-7, 2014.  Click here for more information.

A major first-time exhibition of contemporary Chinese art, presenting works by nine master artists born in China, was on view at the Robert Livingston Estate at Southwood, 726 Woods Road, Germantown, NY, during the first week of October, 2014

Asian Art on The Hudson featured over 82 pieces of artwork in various media—paintings, calligraphy, embroidery and ­traditional Chinese ink wash art—which were shown in the United States for the first time ever as a whole. This event was hosted by the Chinese Culture & Art International Organization (CCAIO). The show was open October 1-7, 2014. 

Click here for more information.