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Fine Art Asia 2012

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FINE ART ASIA 2011
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A magnificent Imperial 18th century, Qianlong period, kesi (tapestry weave) panel with two confronting five-clawed dragons, exhibited by Jacqueline Simcox, London. © FINE ART ASIA 2011
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Siegelson, New York, displayed an iconic Aquamarine and Ruby Belt with a Buckle Necklace Designed by Fulco, Duke of Verdura, for Paul Flato, jeweller to the stars, c. 1935. © FINE ART ASIA 2011
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Carlton Hobbs, New York, reconstructed an entire elegant English drawing room at his booth, complete with a giant 22-foot rosewood table used for a 19th century royal peace treaty, a 400 lb chandelier, a wall-sized bookcase full of books and a hardwood pa © FINE ART ASIA 2011
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Le chemin de halage a Granval (The towpath at Granval) was one of several outstanding paintings by Claude Monet on show at Gladwell & Company, London. Also on display were important works by Renoir, Miro, Picasso and Dali. © FINE ART ASIA 2011
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As well as important Impressionist and Modern paintings, Waterhouse & Dodd, London and New York also exhibited contemporary art, including Versailles,Salle des Hoquetons, a photographic work by Jean-Francois Rauzier (b. 1952). © FINE ART ASIA 2011
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Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Washington D.C., USA, displayed decorative and fine arts, including elegant Art Nouveau Tiffany lamps from the early 20th century. © FINE ART ASIA 2011
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F2 Gallery and Fabien Fryns Fine Art, Beijing, China and Los Angeles, USA, exhibited works by contemporary Chinese artists and a polished stainless steel sculpture, Marilyn Monroe, by the British artist Richard Hudson (b. 1957). © FINE ART ASIA 2011
Fine Art Asia 2012

1 Expo Drive Wanchai
Hong Kong
China
October 4th, 2012 - October 7th, 2012
Opening: October 3rd, 2012 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
hong kong
EMAIL:  
info@hkcec.com
PHONE:  
+852 2582 8888
TAGS:  
contemporary installation, Antiques, art jewellery, asia, art fairs, Asia's latest international art fair contemporary photography mixed-media conceptual, pop, realism, landscape, abstract, figurative, modern, traditional, sculpture
COST:  
HK$200 (Admits two)

DESCRIPTION
FINE ART ASIA is now firmly established as Asia's leading annual fine art and antiques fair, presenting traditional East and West fine art heritage and craftsmanship through to modern and contemporary art.
 
In October 2012, over 120 important galleries are expected to participate and will be displaying the finest in Asian and International Antiques, including Furniture, Ceramics, Paintings, Drawings, Scholar's Objects, Jewellery, Clocks and Watches, Sculptures, Textiles, Decorative Art, and also Modern and Contemporary Art from 20th to 21st century.
 
FINE ART ASIA is of appeal to informed collectors, buyers, connoisseurs as well as art lovers and admiring enthusiasts and the 2011 fair established new attendance records with 19,800 visitors from all over the world. On show were 5,000 superb works of art, exhibited by more than 100 leading Asian, European and North American galleries, and sales were recorded of HK$375 million, an increase of 17% over 2010.

 
We look forward to welcoming you to FINE ART ASIA in 2012.
 
"FINE ART ASIA has developed into one of Asia's top fairs and is the fair in Hong Kong to visit for a combination of museum-quality antiques and modern and contemporary art. A place to look, learn and buy." Asian Art Newspaper
 
 
For enquiries:
 

ART & ANTIQUE INTERNATIONAL FAIR LTD

84 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 3107 0681
Fax: (852) 3107 0680
Email: info@aaifair.com