Wilton’s browngrotta arts will curate an art exhibition on display at the Bendheim Gallery in Greenwich from Sept. 16 through Nov. 4.

Contemporary Art Influenced by Korea and Japan: An Unexpected Approach includes select works of ceramics, textiles, baskets and sculptures by artists from Japan, Korea and the United States that each reflect an Asian sensibility.

According to a press release, the 23 artists, including Jiro Yonezawa, Naomi Kobayashi, Nancy Moore Bess and Jin-Sook So, “have a close relationship to a traditional, culturally associated craft aesthetic, manifested in a contemporary manner.”  The conventionally Asian materials and techniques — dyes, papers, gold leaf, persimmon tannin, kategami — are used in both time-honored and unconventional ways.

The Bendheim Gallery is at the Greenwich Arts Council, 299 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich.

Information: 203-862-6750 or greenwichartscouncil.org.