The next Show will take place October 4th – 7th, 2019 at the Conrad Hong Kong. Special features will include Intersections: China presented by China Merchants Bank, the fifth in a series that will focus on the conceptual crossing of artistic ideas, and Artist Dialogues, that is dedicated to solo and joint artist presentations.

While we prepare for the next Show, continue browsing art here on the Asia Contemporary Art Buyer, where the Show goes on 24/7. Feel free to look through the art featured, make inquiries to galleries and artists regarding artworks you like, and even purchase a special piece to add to your collection!


Lynn Jaanz


Lynn Jaanz (b.1957) is an internationally acclaimed artist who’s received honorable mention at the 30th Annual Chelsea International Fine Art Competition at the Agora Gallery in New York.


From rich warm hues to cool tones, Jaanz searches the unknown phenomenon and psychic of the human condition and explores the complexities of living. She taps into a truly unique style of curves, with the use of color in erratic, speedy, busy tumultuous ways. Renowned for representing the journey of life extensively as the topics of birth, death, heartache, sorrow, joy, love and eternity depicted by the recurrent images of crosses and colours, Jaanz’s search of higher power in all his glory is what she is celebrated for.

“Guan Yunchang, Paradigm of Loyalty and Righteousness” by Jun Zhengda

Jun Zhengda


Jun Zhengda (b.1987) employs thestainless steel casting process. The artist hand-polishes the skin and armor of his characters and other subjects to a mirror-like smoothness, achieving sculpture that possess a colorful visual effect under light and shadow. While pursuing visual impact and styling, Jun’s works also reflect the young Chinese artists who are reshaping the power of art and interpreting traditional Chinese culture in contemporary design language.


Jun studied at the Beijing Film Academy. He is currently a member of China Arts and Crafts Association and Landscape Design Senior Engineer. In 2017, he was awarded the title of “2017 Integrity Chinese Craftsman Spirit Model”.

Lee Dong Su

South Korea

Lee Dong Su (b.1965) reconstructs a part of the world; not by reconstructing objects themselves, but by presenting objects as the world. Lee’s works, a simple China and a bowl embodies silence and emptiness, representing winds in a subtle way. Without flamboyant visualization, one could feel the smooth touch of zephyr by looking at his paintings. Like holograms representing the universe, the series of works try to capture the essence of bigger and higher concepts with very oxymoronic crude and simple visualization.


The artist is a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from the Painting Department, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Hong-Ik University in Seoul, Korea.