Asia Contemporary Art Show returns this Art Month for its 14th edition, held again inside the Conrad Hong Kong
Returning this Spring for its 14th edition, the Asia Contemporary Art Show at the Conrad Hong Kong opens on March 29, running until April 1. The longest-running hotel art fair in Asia, the show will include artwork from numerous countries, such as Malaysia, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Lebanon, Russia, China, Japan, Hong Kong and others.
"We strive to provide a unique platform for fostering engagement with art and those who create it, the popular Artist Dialogues sector offers viewers a diverse and unique artist experience,” says Show Director Mark Saunderson. "Artist Dialogues presents intimate art spaces where new and seasoned collectors or art enthusiasts can connect one-on-one with artists. In this private environment, viewers can learn about the inspiration and artistic practice of each artist, gaining a deeper understanding of the modes, methods, and motivations that go into creating art. On show will be a series of works including paintings ranging from landscapes to abstracts, from mixed media to ceramic sculptures."
We strive to provide a unique platform for fostering engagement with art and those who create it
The Asia Contemporary Art Show was founded by three art enthusiasts with more than 30 years' experience in the region, Mark Saunderson, Douwe Cramer, and Sarah Benecke started Asia Contemporary Art Show together. Today, the Asia Contemporary Art Show is Hong Kong's only art fair that takes place twice a year. The founders of the Asia Contemporary Art Show also produce Asia's largest art website, Asia Contemporary Art Buyer. The site features over 11,500 artworks from 1,600 artists.
Conrad Hong Kong, 40 – 43 floors
March 29 - April 1
Tickets are available now through HK TICKETING for $270. The price admits two if purchased online; or one if purchased at the door. Admission is free for any children under 16 accompanied by an adult.
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