A WORLD OF ART COMES TO HONG KONG!

The 12th Asia Contemporary Art Show opens March 23rd at the Conrad Hong Kong, with thousands of artworks from some of the world's most interesting and promising artists. Browse and buy original paintings, limited editions, sculpture and photography.

 

2-FOR-1 TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Special 2-for-1 advance-purchase tickets are on sale now for HK$250 (tickets at the door HK$250 per person). Bring along a friend to the Show for free. Tickets include access to HK Liquor Store Art Night on March 24th, with a complimentary drink, plus multiple access all day Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

STANDOUT ARTISTS AT THE SHOW THIS MARCH

Luis Fuentes

Peru

Room 4120


Peruvian artist Luis Fuentes (b.1969) seeks contrast between light and shadow. Whether it is still life, architecture or landscape, Fuentes focuses each realist-style painting on the quality of rich shadows and bright highlights, giving his work a glowing illusion of a magical reality. As a world traveller, the artist documents architecture from different cities, using photos to inform his compositions, but painting them from his emotional memory.

 

Fuentes is a graduate of the Escuela de Bellas Artes in Arequipa, Peru and the recipient of numerous painting awards. He has exhibited as a solo artist in the USA and was an Artist-in-residence in Australia and Canada.


Soe Soe

Myanmar

Room 4205


One of the most recognised artists from Myanmar, Soe Soe (b. 1967, Laputta) captures the essence of his country with creative energy and detail, galvanising basic elements of colour and design, and transforming them into brilliant visual effects. As if peering through a car window during a monsoon-lashed afternoon, Soe’s paintings are an acute observation.

 

Soe Soe has held several solo and group exhibitions around the world, including Hong Kong, Nepal, New York, Washington D.C., Singapore and Myanmar. His work is sought after by international collectors and his paintings can be found in both private and public collections in Singapore, Hong Kong, the USA and Europe.


Na-Loretta Law

United Kingdom

Room 4122


Architect and photographer Na-Loretta Law’s (b. 1973, Zhanjiang) work is a manifestation of emotion, an embodiment of her state of being. In capturing her photographic images, the artist embarks on a journey of emotional exploration with fragments of her life being captured along the way. Law works mostly with analogue photography, using medium format cameras and traditional printing processes.

 

Law graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London and obtained an RIBA Chartered Architect qualification at Architectural Association, London. As an architect, she worked on numerous high profile projects including Beijing International Airport Terminal 3 and the Datong Art Museum.