Less than 50 days to go to the Asia Contemporary Art Show, the only contemporary art fair in Hong Kong this Fall! Browse and buy artworks from some of the world's most interesting and promising artists, highlights of the show include special sectors Intersections: South Korea and Artist Dialogues presented by Cask 88.


Special 2-for-1 advance-purchase tickets are available from HK TICKETING at HK$270 (use your UnionPay credit card for a 15% discount). Bring along a friend to the Show for free. Tickets include a complimentary drinks, plus multiple access all day Saturday, Sunday and Monday.


Leon Lollipop

Hong Kong

Leon Lollipop is a multi-disciplinary artist. A graduate from the Central St. Martins College of Arts and Design in the UK, his paintings often convey a touch of humor. His work has been shown in Milan, London, Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei.

With his background in design, he launched lifestyle brand “Lollipopia” after his painting exhibition titled "My Another Half" to inject art into our daily lives. He has launched his first book of illustrations in 2012, and 3 children’s illustrated story books, and has contributed to crossover projects with international brands such as Pacific Coffee, VOGUE China, Benefits Cosmetics and Harbor City LCX Crossover projects.

Laura Jordan

United Kingdom

Laura Jordan (b.1984) is an acclaimed British illustrator who creates intricate, large-scale cityscapes. Not only is Laura’s work technically impressive, but she also manages to capture something of the heart and soul of the cities she depicts. Drawing in small sections, the artist builds up various scenes and features of a given city which she then knits together to produce the larger city scene.

Laura studied Graphic Design at the University of the Arts London. Laura has built up an international reputation, having exhibited her work in London, New York, Paris, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Akira Ishiguro


For Akira Ishiguro (b.1974), who has exhibited at many international art fairs, marble epitomises nature's beauty, transcribing ‘the line extracting the law of nature’ like sutras filling a canvas. It is also a symbol of wealth and power as seen in the marble covered buildings of the Roman Empire.


Akira Ishiguro's Marble painting series are drawn precisely to reproduce the real item. By doing this, Ishiguro echoes 19th century European ‘faux finish’ techniques and attempts to consider the ‘truth in the false’. In his recent series of Marblesque paintings, Ishiguro adopted a technique using ‘metamorphism by heat’, which multiplies the marble-generation process in creating more abstract impressionist works.