ONLINE, AT THE UPCOMING SHOW, OR BOTH?
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Distinctive and Auspicious Beauties No.058 (detail) by Liu Jianhua, EUROP ART CHINA GALLERY, China
ASIA CONTEMPORARY ART SHOW – MARCH 12 TO 15, CONRAD HONG KONG
SEE 3,000 ARTWORKS FROM FIVE CONTINENTS
We look forward to welcoming you to the Spring Edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show, March 12 – 15 at the 5-star Conrad Hong Kong. See over 3,000 works of art from interesting emerging and mid-career artists, plus renowned artists who have achieved success at auction, and are held in important private and public collections.
SPECIALLY PRICED TICKETS ON SALE NOW
VIP TICKETS: HK$260
Includes access to our exclusive VIP Collectors Preview on Thursday evening, March 12th, with complimentary drinks; multiple access to the Show on Friday, Saturday and Sunday; and be our guest in the VIP Lounge on the 43rd floor!
STANDARD TICKETS: HK$180
Special pre-purchase 2-for-1 tickets available now – pay just HK$180, and bring a friend for free. This is half the price of tickets purchased at the door. Includes access to Friday ART Night on Friday March 13th, including a complimentary drink; plus multiple access Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday.
NOW ON AT FABRIK GALLERY
LUSCIOUS LIPSLiu Hong
Fresh from recent projects with Louis Vuitton and luxury goods group Richemont, we are excited to present “Luscious Lips” by talented contemporary artist Liu Hong, where she portrays the role of women in modern Chinese society. “I have deliberately painted my subjects’ lips in an overtly sexual way. My women with their brightly coloured hair against subdued pastel backgrounds are passionate, sexy, independent and bold. But they are also objects of the mass media,” explains Liu Hong. The artist is collected by institutions including; China’s National Museum of Art, Shanghai Art Museum, Shenzhen Art Museum and Wenxuan Art Museum. Other collectors include RBS Bank, White Rabbit Chinese Contemporary Art Museum in Sydney and the Knie Family Museum in Switzerland.