Thousands took in the 12th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show over four days, seeing and buying art while talking to artists. The next Show, the 13th edition will take place September 28th – October 1st, and will feature Intersections: Taiwan, the third in the popular sector series, and Artist Dialogues, an entire floor dedicated to independent artists.

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, make inquiries to galleries and artists regarding artworks you like, and even buy a special piece to add to your collection!


Shazia Imran



Born in Sydney, Australia, multi-award winning artist and sculptor, Shazia Imran is best known for her expressive mixed media pieces. She draws her inspiration from her travels, exploring the infinite expressiveness of her subjects through watercolours, acrylics and mixed media. Her multi-layered paintings explore the connections between landscape, memory, and the subconscious through colour, shape, texture and the interplay between light and dark.


Imran has exhibited internationally, the Lorenzo il Magnifico Award in the 2015 Florence Biennale and an award for applied arts in the 2017 London Biennale.


King\'s Road Junction

David Hinchliffe


David Hinchliffe has been painting, exhibiting and selling his work in galleries since the age of 12. As the former Deputy Mayor of Brisbane and a politician of almost 25 years, Hinchliffe has returned to his original calling as a fulltime professional artist with great success - "For years I was an inner city politician and now I'm a painter of inner cities." 


He describes his work as "City Portraiture", capturing the energy, movement and play of light on the roads and building surfaces of the cities he loves, among them New York, Venice and Havana. Hinchliffe studied painting under some of the region's most influential artists including Australian landscape artist and Archibald prize-winner, William Robinson at the University of Southern Queensland.

Traditional boats in South of Brittany/North West of France

Yann Rebecq



French post-impressionist artist Yann Rebecq (b.1955) learned to paint from an early age. His palette of colours: warm grays, mixed with blue and green, or orange and red, illuminate a poetic universe inspired by the beauty and nature of Provence and Brittany as well as the intimate scenes of everyday family life. They are often inspired by an intimate light. An admirer of the post-impressionist avant-garde artist group Le Nabi, he enjoys portraying intimate and poetic settings.


Exhibited in many countries, Rebecq’s works are collected by many museums in France, USA, Switzerland and Norway, and decorate the walls of French embassies and consulates around the world.