Montserrat; Exposure - After Sunset (detail), Kim YongwonVirgin with Unicorn (detail), Annemarie AmbrosoliMystic Supreme Source - Tao 6 (detail), Sagar TalekarYellow Ducky Bed (detail), Leah Poller

A GREAT FALL SHOW! SEE YOU AGAIN IN MARCH

The very successful Fall edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show closed on a high note on Sunday evening September 18th. Many thanks to all the collectors, art enthusiasts and exhibitors who participated. We look forward to seeing you again for the 10th edition, March 17 – 20, 2017 at the Conrad Hong Kong!

Montserrat; Exposure - After Sunset (detail), Kim Yongwon

A WORLD OF ART COMES TO HONG KONG IN MARCH!

ASIA CONTEMPORARY ART SHOW

March 17 - 20, 2017

Conrad Hong Kong


See thousands of artworks from Asia and the world at the 10th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show, March 17 - 20 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.


INTRODUCING CHINA PERSPECTIVES & ARTIST PROJECTS


The 10th edition will unveil several new features including China Perspectives, a collection of works by selected galleries, artists and artist collectives themed around the contemporary Chinese art narrative, and Artist Projects, an entire floor dedicated to painters, sculptors and photographers exhibiting in a solo or joint presentation. The aim of both projects is to bring art and artists together with new and seasoned collectors from across Asia and the world.

FEATURED ARTIST: KIM MYOUNG-JIN - SOUTH KOREA

Kim Myoung-Jin (b. 1978) is one of Korea's rising contemporary young artists. His work aims to blur the boundaries between graffiti, drawing and illustration, creating fantastical and provocative pieces that fill the canvas with energy and excitement. More profoundly, the artist endeavours to create a "kingdom" of his own particular symbology, a place where through symbols he is able to express his innermost thoughts. Working in acrylic and oil pastel, Kim draws, paints and smudges various images, shapes and letters - rendering thoughts and feelings into broken lines and dots. It is with his new language that the artist speaks, a visual language that communicates on an emotional level.


Kim Young-Jin graduated from Daegu Art University in Gyeongsan, Korea and has worked as an art director and instructor. He has exhibited his work in solo shows in various galleries in Seoul and has taken part in art fairs in Singapore, Hong Kong, Belgium and the USA.

 

Represented by Galerie GAIA, South Korea.

FEATURED ARTIST: PARK JI SOOK - SOUTH KOREA

Park Ji Sook (b. 1963) expresses the dynamic energy of life on her canvas. Working with pencil, pen or ink in combination with acrylic, the artist submits to the spontaneous creative process - allowing the network of lines, dots and organic forms to flow freely onto her canvas. Her works are depictions of communicative networks that intertwine, interconnect and bind us to nature. Botanical motifs represent natural processes such as breathing and circulation found in organic forms while lines and dots characterize the life cycle of growth to decay. Ultimately, humans and nature are bound infinitely on the interwoven lines of life.

 

Park has an MFA and a PhD from Hongik University in Seoul. She has exhibited in 57 solo shows and has taken part in over 300 group exhibitions in Korea and around the world. Her work has been collected by various entities including: the National Hyundai Museum and Lego Korea.

 

Represented by Fabrik Gallery, Hong Kong. 

FEATURED ARTIST: MITCHELL SCHORR - USA

Mitchell Schorr (b.1972, New York) is a world-recognised urban mural painter, having painted 3-D murals around New York's parks for over a decade. The "Da Race" mural series, which began in New York, pits a variety of racing cars against a New York City ice cream truck, with the vehicles exchanging leads, falling behind and catching up again as the race moves from location to location. The ice cream truck represents the feelings of joy and innocence invoked during childhood. In 2005, Schorr created the "Da Race to the East" in Hong Kong, where he incorporated the local Hong Kong taxi into the race.

 

Schorr attended the Carnegie Mellon School of Art in Pittsburgh, followed by a year at the Lorenzo De Medici Italian Institute of Art in Florence. He received his BA from Ithaca College and then moved on to the New York Academy of Art. His canvas works have been exhibited in the USA, Europe and Asia and are part of the Detroit Institute of Art's permanent collection. 

 

Represented by Macey and Sons Auctioneers and Valuers Limited, Hong Kong.

NOW AT FABRIK GALLERY

CURRENT EXHIBITION: LIMITED EDITION6 October - 31 November, 2016

Distinct in character, style and artistic medium, artists, represent individuals whose evolution from humble artist to internationally recognised figure in the art world recounts a larger story of art as an identifiable and accessible brand. Having built their brand persona through a series of thematically unique and distinctive works that have withstood the test of time, these artists have managed to blur the line between art obtainable by the elite and art available to all.

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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