As the only contemporary art fair in the fall, the Asia Contemporary Art Show attracts a cross-section of emerging and mid-career artists from across Asia and beyond to exhibit at its venue in the Conrad Hong Kong.
Taking place over three days from September 28 to October 1, the twice-yearly event returns for its fall edition with a strong showing of over 2,000 artworks by artists from Japan, Taiwan, China, France, the UK, and more. Highlights include the iconic and provocative photographer Nobuyoshi Araki, French urban artist Invader, London-based muralist D*Face, and Chinese leather sculptor Wang Liwei.
This edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show will feature a special charity exhibition hosted by the Connecting Myanmar NGO, headlined by pioneering performance and experimental Burmese artist, Aung Myint. With pieces held in the collections of notable institutions such as the Guggenheim, Aung Myint’s Mother and Child series evokes intimate physical connection between two figures using only single, unbroken lines of black acrylic.
Swipe through below for a preview of some of the artworks that will be on show. Home Journal readers can sign up here for free access to the invitation-only UnionPay VIP Collectors Preview (on a first-come first-serve basis).
Isolation by Lau Chun Tao 劉鎮滔, Accidental Art, Hong Kong, Room 4219
Goat by Lydia Moawad, Lydia Moawad Gallery, Lebanon, Room 4323
Surfin‘ Bird by Keita Sagaki, Fabrik Gallery, Hong Kong, Room 4316
Mother and Child 20 by Aung Myint, Connecting Myanmar, Hong Kong, Room 4104
Big Red Flowers by Shen Jingdong, M & T ART, China, Room 4308
Homeworks by Invader, Silkscreen, Komiyama Tokyo, Japan, Room 4023
Lay on Your Arms by Chen Hong Hsin, UNIQUE ART, Taiwan, Room 4307
Pucker Up by D Face, Komiyama Tokyo, Japan, Room 4022
Village of Aureille in Provence by Jean-Marc Peyer, France, Room 4109
Reveal the True Meaning! Reveal the True Meaning! 揭谛！揭谛！ by Wang Liwei, Times Space, China, Room 4222
American Beauty by Vincent Devine, Ireland, Room 4115
Red Ballon by Sadamasa Motonaga, Macey & Sons, Hong Kong, Room 4226
The Asia Contemporary Art Show will run from September 28 to October 1 at the Conrad Hong Kong. The invitation-only UnionPay Private View and UnionPay VIP Collectors Preview will take place on September 28, followed by general admission on September 29. Tickets cost $270, admitting two if purchased online and one if purchased at the door.
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