This year’s edition of Asia Week, the annual convergence of auctions, museum shows and private dealer exhibitions that provides a tour of the artistry of several ancient cultures, was mostly forging ahead despite the coronavirus.
But that plan didn’t work out: Gallery shows were cut short, and auctions were postponed.
Featuring single pieces from more than three dozen galleries, the collection spans the continent and a millennium.
Mr. Lee’s work — square, white and marked with extra lines and edges — is like a minimal Constructivist painting come to life.
Mr. Kawai’s is a gaudy explosion of color, a bulbous, oozing, red and yellow pile topped with what looks like rainbow sprinkles.