THE FALL EDITION RETURNS THIS SEPTEMBER!

The 11th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show returns in the Fall with a highly anticipated show. Presenting two exciting features, Intersections: Japan and Artist Dialogues, the show will again be held at the 5-star Conrad, Hong Kong and will be the largest contemporary art fair in the second half of the year!

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A WORLD OF ART COMES TO HONG KONG IN SEPTEMBER!

See thousands of artworks from Asia and the world at the 11th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show, September 21 – 24 at the Conrad Hong Kong. The Fall edition of the Show will feature Intersections: Japan, the first in a new series that will focus on the conceptual crossing of artistic ideas, and Artist Dialogues, an entire floor dedicated to solo and joint artist presentations. Browse and buy original paintings, limited editions, sculpture and photography from some of the world's most interesting and promising artists.

 

2-FOR-1 TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

 

Specially priced advance-purchase online tickets are on sale now for HK$240, and bring a friend for free (tickets at the door are HK$240 per person). Includes access to HK LIQUOR STORE ART NIGHT on Friday September 22, including a complimentary drink; plus multiple access Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday.

 

Free admission for children under 16yrs accompanied by an adult.

Welcome Lead Partner UnionPay International!

 

The Asia Contemporary Art Show is delighted to have UnionPay International (UPI) on board as our Lead Partner. Hosting the exclusive champagne UnionPay Private View and the UnionPay VIP Collectors Preview on Thursday, September 21st from 3pm to 5pm and 5pm to 9:30pm, respectively, UnionPay International will provide select guests, including many of its most privileged clients and known collectors and art buyers, exclusive access to the Show.

 

UnionPay International is a subsidiary of China UnionPay, and is partnered with more than 1000 institutions worldwide, enabling card acceptance in 162 countries and with issuance in 42 countries. UnionPay International provides high quality, cost-effective and secure cross-border payment services to the world’s largest cardholder base and ensures convenient local services to a growing number of global UnionPay cardholders and merchants.

FEATURED ARTIST: JEFF MURRAY - UK

Jeff Murray (b. 1986) would like for you to take a closer look into his intricate world of surreal illusions, intertwining natural surroundings and realistic impressions. Murray’s pen and ink works compel the viewer to get lost within his detailed world. Drawing influence from surrealist masters like H.R. Giger and M.C. Escher, the artist meticulously creates visual worlds inspired by his many travels across continents. His work captures the openness with which he embraces other cultures and their artistic heritage.

FEATURED ARTIST: LYDIA MOAWAD - LEBANON

Tree of Life I

A distinguished designer, illustrator and art professor, Lydia Moawad (b.1965) is considered one of the most renowned Lebanese contemporary painters. Her works are the fruit of long years of research, a journey that has brought her to find her own aesthetic language.

 

The process of creation is part meditation, part revelation, bringing together body and spirit, dream and reality. As a curious and experimental artist, Lydia uses a variety of materials in her work, such as silk paper and oxidised sheets of copper, combining these with abstract symbols and words which give free expression to her creative spirit. Her works depict a universe of her own creation, rich in memories and unexplored feelings.

FEATURED ARTIST: SEVERINE DESLIONS - FRANCE

Severine Deslions (b.1972) has always been a great fan of comic book characters, so it is no surprise that she created her own superhero, “Speed Boy,” who appears in all her canvases with the aim of getting back our lost humanity. The artist’s work is influenced by artists Basquiat, Miro, De Kooning and Picasso as well as Maasai tribal art.

 

Deslions aims to critique the dehumanizing advertising dictates that engender mass consumption, but her message is a profound one: the true nature of humanity is to see the positive aspects in ourselves and to see the good in others. Armed with a bright primary colour palette, “Speed Boy” may yet be able to save humanity from itself.

NOW AT FABRIK GALLERY

CURRENT EXHIBITION: “Reflections”01 June, 2017 - 31 August, 2017A joint exhibition by Pang Yongjie and Xu Songbo

Fabrik Gallery presents the works of two of China’s leading contemporary artists, Pang Yongjie and Xu Songbo. Drawing on the aesthetic of mid-eighth century Tang dynasty norms of beauty, Pang extols the female physique, its beauty expressed in the artist’s signature style of abstract forms. Xu revisits the Tang dynasty’s love of horsemanship, creating highly detailed compositions that capture the majesty of equestrianism across the plains of ancient Chang’an.

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 | jason@fabrik-gallery.com

BROWSE AND BUY 24/7 ON HONG KONG’S LARGEST ART WEBSITE

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