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Art Beatus Gallery - Hong Kong/Vancouver

Art Beatus Gallery was founded in Hong Kong in 1992. With an addition of a second gallery in Vancouver, Canada, in 1996, Art Beatus, the first gallery of its kind operating simultaneously on both sides of the Pacific.

Art Beatus represents and promotes International modern and contemporary art with a unique focus on contemporary Chinese art. Traditional Chinese art has a profound history that is widely recognized throughout the world; the last one hundred years saw many significant developments in contemporary Chinese art which are no less significant.

Art Beatus is continually seeking out new talents to add to its illustrious list of contemporary Chinese artists. It is our goal to pursue a wider recognition of contemporary Chinese art throughout the world; and to promote and assist in the establishment of noteworthy art collections.

Collaborating with partners and associates in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia, Art Beatus also organized special shows and exhibitions for a number of internationally acclaimed artists of non-Chinese origins. Notwithstanding our focus on contempora... [ Read all ]

Hong Kong / Vancouver

CANADA:108-808 Nelson St, Vancouver, BC HONG KONG: 129-133 Wellington Street, Central, HK
Phone: 604.688.2633
Fax: 604.688.2685
Website: http://www.artbeatus.com

Artists Represented

Alan Chan, Fung Ming Chip, Mimi Chen Ting, Tomoyo Ihaya, Andrew Lui, Gao Zengli Miu Chong-Ki, Toni Onley, Baik Hye-Sun, Gilles Rieu, Miuh Yang, Toru Sugita, Carl Corey, Henry Ho, Natalie Lo Lai Lai, Tung Pui Sun, Cha Guojun, Hiroshi Hara, Paul Margocsy, Victoria H. Chang, Chan Kin-Chung, Hong Hao, Pauline Chan, Wang Neng Tao, Chen Guangwu, Hye-Kyung Kim, Qin, Chong, Wang Xunliang, Chen Hai Yan, Jack (Jie) Zhou, Qin, Feng, Wang Yu, Chen Jian Guo Ji Dachun, Qiu, Shi-hua, Water Poon, Chen Jie, Johnson Wu, Ren Rong, Won Seok Lim, Cheung Yee, Jolans Fung, Rene Yung, Wuon Gean Ho, Chin Po Ki, Junichiro Iwase, Ruby Cheng, Xu Bing, Feng Zheng-Quan, Katie Cheung, Sam Shaw, Yang Dazhi, Feng Xue Min, Kumiko Yasukawa, Sang Won Sung, Yang Xiaobing, Flora Fok Sau Ha, Kwong Yeu Ting, Sara Tse, Yang Yi, Francis Wong, Law Yuk Mui, Seung Won Suh, Yuan Shun, Frank Burbach, Lei Ling, Shen Young, Yue Min Jun, Frank Tam, Li Yi Bing, Shyh-Charng Lo, Yvette Fung, Freeman Lau, Liu Xuejun, Song Dong, Zhang QiKai, Fu Xiaodong, Luo Brothers, Taiga Chiba, Zhang Wanxin, Ma Tselin, Tien Chang, Zhang Yaxin, Ma Yanling, Tomoka Ike, Zheng Guo Gu, Michelle Lee H... [ Read all ]

Sample Art Work (64)

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Current Exhibitions

Hong Kong:

Remnant - New Works by Gao Zengli
June 6 - 26, 2014

Forthcoming Exhibitions


A Solo Exhibition by Works by Yumie Kono
June 27 - August 22, 2014

Exhibition Photos (11)

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Press Releases


Remnant - Works by Gao Zengli
June 6-26, 2014

A thread can be viewed as a linear string of linking dots while the life of a person can also be read as a collection of remnants of memory.

Gao Zengli's paintings are his intimate memories or the lingering thoughts that refuse to leave his mind. He reconstructed these fragments of memory on his canvases, painting over broken pieces of porcelain wares or on hemp sackcloth that were once used to transport rice.

The media that he used tell as many stories as the images on his paintings, that are the dialogues with himself as well as with his native country.

Born in 1964, Gao trained both in National Academy of Fine Arts in Shandong, China and the National Academy of Fine Arts in Paris, France. He has lived and worked in Paris since 1997 and recently in Hong Kong as well.

A Solo Exhibition of Works by Yumie Kono
June 27-August 22, 2014

We are pleased to present a selection of oil and tempera on linen paintings by Yumie Kono in her first solo exhibition at Art Beatus (Vancouver).

As a Japanese woman, the mythical Canadian Nort... [ Read all ]

Location And Getting There

Vancouver, Canada


Hong Kong



In HONG KONG (Headquarters)----Richard Yiu, Director; Josephine Hau - Public Relations Executive. In VANCOUVER---Tamla Mah, Gallery Administrator; Ellinda Siu, Gallery Assistant

Opening Times

Vancouver: Monday-Friday 10am-6pm

HK: Monday-Saturday 11.30am-7.30pm