You Can Only Circle The Flames So Long II (Detail), Sebastian PerinottiBefore Sacrifice (Detail), Deni RahmanPlay of Shine (Detail), Kwon Gi HwanLost Duel (Detail), Pierre Matter

START YOUR OWN ART COLLECTION TODAY! SEE YOU IN THE FALL

On Asia Contemporary Art Buyer, you can browse and buy the works of over 1,000 artists. Covering a wide array of genres and styles, you’re sure to find something new and unique! Be sure to join us for the 9th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show this fall at the Conrad Hong Kong!

You Can Only Circle The Flames So Long II (Detail), Sebastian Perinotti

A WORLD OF ART COMES TO HONG KONG IN SEPTEMBER!

ASIA CONTEMPORARY ART SHOW

September 15 - 18, 2016

Conrad Hong Kong

 

See thousands of artworks from Asia and the world at the 9th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show, September 15- 18 at the Conrad Hong Kong. Browse and buy original paintings, limited editions, sculpture and photography from some of the world's most interesting and promising artists - from emerging and mid-career artists, to those who have already achieved recognition in private and public collections, and at auction.

 

TICKETS

Tickets for the Fall edition go on sale on August 1st. Specially priced advance-purchase online tickets are HK$220, and bring a friend for free. Tickets at the door are HK$220 per person. Free admission for children under 16yrs accompanied by an adults.

 

EXHIBITOR APPLICATIONS

Exhibitor applications for the Fall edition are now being accepted, and with more than 70% of the space already assigned, galleries and artists are urged to contact us soon.

FEATURED ARTIST: PHIL AKASHI – HONG KONG

Phil Akashi is a Belgian-born artist based in Hong Kong who explores and reinvents the functionality of traditional Asian seals with a broad range of media. Fascinated with the aesthetic of Asian characters and passionate about Asian seals, Akashi has built his artistic identity with an Asian essence. His arts practice uses the power of language to question the contemporary world around him. He chose the pseudonym "Akashi" meaning "bright stone" to express his love for the Japanese culture. While in China, he created a Chinese name - "涛程" meaning "big wave journey".

 

The artist has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Belgium, China, Hong Kong and the USA. His works are held in private collections worldwide and have been featured in international publications such as the Guggenheim, MoMA Talks, Artribune, and Rolling Stone. 

 

Represented by Fabrik Gallery, Hong Kong.

FEATURED ARTIST AT THE SPRING EDITION: WILLIE COLE - USA

Willie Cole (b. 1955 Somerville, USA) is best known for assembling and transforming ordinary discarded domestic appliances and hardware such as irons, high-heeled shoes and bicycle parts into imaginative and powerful works of art. Through the repetitive use of single objects in multiples, Cole' assembled sculptures acquire a transcending metaphorical meaning, becoming a critique of consumerism, sexuality and female identity in pop culture. 

 

Cole received his BA in Fine Arts in 1976 from the School of Visual Arts in New York. He is the 2006 Winner of the David C. Driskell Prize, the first national award to honour and celebrate contributions to the field of African-Amercian art and art history. The Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the National Gallery in Washington, DC, and the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana, Cuba all house some of his most important works. 

 

Represented by Wilie Cole himself, USA.

NOW AT FABRIK GALLERY

CURRENT EXHIBITION: KOREAN VOICES | ON NATURE AND BEAUTY26 May - 30 Jun, 2016

This exciting exhibition brings together the unique perspectives of two highly acclaimed Korean artists: Jeong Myoung Jo and Park Ji-Sook. Beauty is the underlying theme of Jeong’s hyperrealistic depictions of women in traditional Korean finery, the Hanbok of the Joseon Dynasty. Park expresses the intrinsic relationship of humans and nature within the dynamic circulating energy of life. Both artists’ works have been exhibited throughout Asia and Europe. Their works are among the collections of many corporate entities and institutions. 

Fabrik Gallery, 1102 Nam Wo Hong Building, 148 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan 

Monday - Friday 10 am - 6 pm, Saturdays & Sundays by appointment 
To arrange a viewing, please contact 2525 4911 | kanny@fabrik-gallery.com

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