Following a successful spring edition, the Asia Contemporary Art Show brings back its unique hotel view concept for its fall edition, showcasing over 2,500 artworks from countries as far afield as Peru and Lebanon as well as nations within the Asian region such as Japan, Vietnam and Myanmar.
This September, the show is introducing a new Intersections section, which will shine the spotlight on a specific country – Japan being the section’s first focus. Sculpture, woven bamboo works and contemporary paintings by diverse Japanese artists will be showcased. Art enthusiasts will also be able to meet and converse with artists directly in the new Artists Dialogue program.
Swipe through for a preview of some of the vibrant works that will be on show:
Flowers Blossom by Jung Ki Jun, SIA
Taste for the Arts – The Pear Blossom 5 by Jang Chi Gil, Space 1326, South Korea
Caesar Augustus by Jeff Murray
Set Free by Fumiko Toda, A Gallery, Hong Kong
Flowerphant 4 by Lee Yong Eun, ArtspaceKnot, South Korea
Magnificent by David Hewett, Fabrik Gallery, Hong Kong
Iridescence by Martin Riese, Macey & Sons Auctioneers and Valuers Limited, Hong Kong
His Kingdom No. 1 by You Yang, Nancy's Gallery, China
The Asia Contemporary Art Show will run from September 21 to 24 at the Conrad Hong Kong. The invitation-only UnionPay Private View and UnionPay VIP Collectors Preview will take place on September 21, followed by the Hong Kong Liquor Store Art Night and general admission on September 22. Tickets cost $240, admitting two if purchased online and one if purchased at the door.
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Lead images courtesy of Galerie GAIA, SIA and the Asia Contemporary Art Show