Fine Art Asia is back with its range of art curations ranging from antiques to traditional and contemporary works of art. With an accumulation of over 50 galleries, the fair seeks to highlight the works of artisans from around the world with a balance between historical cultural pieces and current artists expressing their views on existing times.
Topping the list of antiquities is the special exhibit The art of flowers by Wui Po Kok & Ming Gallery as ancient artifacts such as a stone statue of a Buddha and ceramics intertwine with floral arrangements. Rossi & Rossi exhibited a mix of Chinese and Himalayan works – stone sculptures, bronzes and paintings emphasizing religious faiths from China, India, Nepal and Tibet. Among jewelry and accessories, Palais Royal Hong Kong offers a complex chronology of Cartier jewelry and watches assembled throughout its history.
Tanya Baxter Contemporary sets the tone for modern art with a selection of British works by Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Bridget Riley, Frank Auerbach, Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol and David Hockney. Ben Brown Fine Arts divides the space with works by Puerto Rican artist Enoc Perez and American artist Ena Swansea while Whitestone Gallery opts for a presentation of contemporaries by Chinese and Japanese artists. Novalis Art Design is filled with Op Art sculptures by Marcello Morandini that play with the visual senses of viewers.
Yumekoubou, Alisan Fine Arts, Lam’s Gallery, Loft One Gallery, The Ink Society, THE SHOPHOUSE, Art Space K, am space and many more are also housed under the same roof to exhibit the various artworks ranging from pottery and sculptures to mixed works. media paintings and traditional ink used in contemporary stylization.
Take a look at the roundup above with more details on Fine Art Asia found on their website.
Elsewhere in art, Richard Colman presented his personal exhibition titled Sometimes it’s a flower, sometimes it’s a weed.