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Asia Fine Art

Asia Fine Art Limited was formed in Hong Kong some eight years ago to represent a fresh approach to promoting emerging artists from the Asia region.

The directors have been buying fine art from Vietnam and China for more than ten years and have been collectors of fine art for more than 30 years. It was felt there was a need to better represent the interests and needs of both the artists in the region and collectors worldwide - so we formed Asia Fine Art Limited (AFA).

To reach a broader art collecting clientele AFA has a rolling program of exhibitions both in Hong Kong and overseas, more than 20 events each year. In 2010 we will exhibit in Beijing, Shanghai, Zurich and London.

The AFA website shows a wide range of styles and mediums from our gallery artists, currently some 60 artists from 7 countries.

To further meet the discerning requirements of our clients, AFA is considering working gallery partnerships in Europe and North America.

AFA is a working gallery committed to representing and promoting emerging artists from Asia. We want to put the fun back into... [ Read all ]

Hong Kong

Hong Kong
Address:
Asia Fine Art, Gallery at Sik On Street, 99 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong
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Phone: +(852) 2522 0405
Fax: +(852) 2914 0405
Website: www.asia-fineart.com


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Artists Represented

Aye Min, Aye Nyein Myint, Ben McMillan, Chen Ling, Hu Hui, Hu Hai Tao, Khin Zaw Latt, Liu Ping, Kim Tae Huk, Kyee Myintt Saw, Min Wae Aung, Chen Xiang, Mediha Ting, Hu Hai Tao, Wang Xi, He Li Ping, Ye Tao, Myo Hlaing, Nancy Lee, Moe Nyo, etc.


Sample Art Work (4)

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Current Exhibitions

Steve Diet Goedde
MODERN VINTAGE
Fine Art Photography at The Landmark
Daily until 31st May . 9am – 9pm . 3rd Floor, The Landmark, Central.

“The revolving door of fashion always comes back around to its roots and foundations,” Steve.

“The Modern Vintage” refers to the fact that the fundamental things about us remain constant, and that only our exteriors change. Steve has been working on this series since the mid-1990s. And with a passion for old-school glamour and photographic techniques.

He remains faithful to the style and aesthetics of the past by shooting his images on film using medium format cameras with little or no digital manipulation.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Street Stories Khin Zaw Latt

Artist Reception : Tuesday 21st May 2013 - 5.30 to 9.00pm

Exhibition dates : 21st May - 22nd June 2013 1
0.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday
Venue: Asia Fine Art gallery

Khin Zaw Latt, the rising star of Burmese art, who was recently rated one of the top five sian artists opens an exhibition in Hong Kong on 21st May inspired by the streets of Mandalay.

Now in his early thirties, his work is attracting the attention of serious collectors of modern Burmese art worldwide. Interest increased steadily since his enormously successful Buddha and Moving Forward painting series.

His current work reflects the social and environmental changes, which affect the outlook of city people as Myanmar leaps into the 21st century. As with any developing country, urbanization bears the brunt of social change, but is the young who have to make the biggest changes – hence his street children series.

When recently asked about the children, he explains - “It is about the street children who have never had the chance to go to school. I saw so many street children during my last trip to Mandalay. I talked ... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai
15th - 17th March, 2013

Asia Fine Art gallery will be participating at the Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong. Do come and see us at Booth B13.

The Affordable Art Fair was founded by Will Ramsay in 1999 in London. His aim was to make contemporary art accessible to everyone, and to show you don’t need to be an art expert or a millionaire to enjoy and buy art. Since then the Affordable Art Fair has become a leading showcase for contemporary art in 15 cities across the world including London, New York, Seattle, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Milan, Hamburg, Stockholm and Singapore.

http://affordableartfair.com/hongkong/


The Art of Deflection Aye Nyein Myint Solo Exhibition

Opening Reception : Thursday 28th February - 05.00 to 9.00pm
Exhibition dates : Thursday 28th February - 27th March 2013
Venue : Asia Fine Art Gallery

The passion of life portrayed by Myanmar artist Aye Nyein Myint

After five long years, we are delighted to host Aye Nyein Myint’s second Hong Kong solo, at our Wan Chai gallery.

Still life painting is her love an... [ Read all ]


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Art Fairs

Affordable Art Fair 2013
Asia Contemporary Art 2012
Art Beijing 2007


Submission Policy

For more information and visuals, please contact :
Sidney Cowell or Catherine Lam

Tel : (852) 2522-0405
Email : art@asia-fineart.com
Website: www.asia-fineart.com


Press Links

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News

Visit our website for more updates at www.asia-fineart.com


Location And Getting There

Asia Fine Art, Gallery at Sik On Street, 99 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Visiting the gallery itself is an authentic art experience as the gallery is situated at a quite pedstrianzed lane by a century old banyon tree - the best kept secret art location in Hong Kong.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Sidney Cowell
Catherine Lam


Opening Times

10:30am to 18:30pm daily
Other times by appointment.