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China Institute Gallery is New York's only noncommercial exhibition space dedicated solely to Chinese art. It is renowned for its intimate, first-class thematic exhibitions, which are accompanied by in-depth scholarly catalogs and exhibition-related art education programs. Since its founding in 1966, the gallery has presented more than 100 exhibitions in such areas as calligraphy, painting, ceramics, bronzes, decorative art, folk art, architecture, photography, textiles and contemporary art, covering 5,000 years of Chinese history from the Neolithic period to the present day. The gallery has earned an international reputation and continues to provide a unique opportunity for visitors to appreciate both traditional and contemporary Chinese art and culture.
Adults, $7; students and seniors (with valid ID), $4; children under 12, free. Free admission Tues. and Thurs., 6-8pm.