The Asia Contemporary Art Show (ACAS) brings artists and galleries from all over the world to Hong Kong each year, with the twelfth edition taking place this March 24-26.
Among the Spring Edition will a feature showing two sections: “Intersections: China” and “Artist Dialogues”. As with the Asia Contemporary Art Show (ACAS), the "Intersections" show is a returning series which highlights the conceptual crossing of artistic ideas between past and present, traditional and modern, and East and West. Here, the focus is on China and Chinese artists. Expect to see artists as diverse as Wang Shuhui, who has transformed dumplings (yes, dumplings!) into sculpture, and Ding Wenqing, a painter whose goal is to challenge your way of seeing Chinese landscapes. But there is so much more on offer here.
Unique to ACAS is Artist Dialogues, an entire floor dedicated to artists exhibiting in a solo or joint presentation. This sector allows visitors to interact directly with artists in an intimate environment, and allows artists to articulate their inspirations and artistic practice, transforming their exhibits into a seeing and learning experience.
The show is being offered to the public across four floors of the Conrad Hong Kong in Admiralty. A series. Some 80 or so art (living) spaces immediately evoke an intimate yet enjoyable setting for seeing a broad range of artworks. This obviously works as it sets this Art Show apart from others during Hong Kong Art Week each spring. Art really flourishes here among these cityscapes, giving to art lovers what they want - an ambience that facilitates sales, dialogue and conversations, the constant exchange between galleries and artists, the utter and pure appreciation for great art, and a relaxing place for collectors and art buyers.
All are welcome.
Alan Mc Keogh
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