Returning for the 10th time, the Asia Contemporary Art Show opens on Friday, 17 March at the Conrad Hotel, Hong Kong. Featuring over 3,000 works of art spread across 80 different spaces, the exhibition showcases both established and emerging artists.
Covering a range of different mediums – from photography to sculpture and painting to prints – many of the pieces are limited edition. Furthermore, much of the work on display is from rare private collections, giving visitors the chance to see previously unseen pieces. Artists on display include the likes of Fawwas Sukri, Anya Brock, Cho Yea Jae and Jeff Murray.
This year, the show will also feature two additional exhibition projects: China Perspectives and Artist Projects. China Perspectives aims to present a series of selected work that interrupt and challenge traditional Chinese art narratives. Artist Projects will be an intimate, relaxed space where 30 artists can sell their work to collectors and engage in more detailed discussions about their art and creative processes.
The event will open with an exclusive VIP collectors preview on Friday evening, held at the Conrad hotel. It is the only art show to be held in a five-star establishment in Hong Kong. Keen collectors will be able to snap up work and there are a variety of different price brackets available.
For more information, visit the ACAS website