Beijing, 20 September 2012. Art Media Agency (AMA).
This fall will be the best moment to plan a visit to Beijing, for Art China 2012 will take place from 2 to 4 November at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center.
The first edition in last December has been a great success, for it attracted some major prophets of Chinese modern and contemporary art, and also the new generation of talented artists. Invited by national and international organisations, art traders, artists and aficionados will fill the 8.600 sq.m Old Hall of the National Agricultural Exhibition Center. While some have acquired a deep and vast knowledge of Chinese modern and contemporary art, or have improved their collections with new works, others have seized this occasion for business opportunities and new clients.
This year, Art China is inviting prestigious galleries and famous artists of the international scene to put savour and variety to this more and more sophisticated and eclectic palace of Chinese collectors. Officially approved by the Chinese Ministry of Culture, Art China is trying to create a highly professional and international art platform, where ideas and business opportunities multiply.
Art China 2012 is an absolutely indispensible event for collectors, sellers, investors, gallery owners… or even mere art lovers.
Beijing, 4 July 2011, Art Media Agency (AMA)
The third edition of the Fine Arts Beijing Fair will take place at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center in Beijing from 15 to 18 September 2011. The uniqueness of this fair lies in the fact that it unites all the major players of the Chinese market; both galleries and institutions.
The two previous fairs were highly successful and aimed to reflect the diverse areas of development and trends of Chinese art. This year, the fair will continue promoting this object by presenting an additional service to galleries and the fair’s partners.
The event exhibits a selection of the best Chinese ancient and modern art galleries as well as Chinese art centres in order to propose a large selection of Chinese artistic creation, such as antiques, furniture, jewels and artworks.
By featuring both modern and ancient art, the fair creates a historical narrative of art connecting different artistic languages. By working with specialists from the Chinese art world, the fair has become an international platform for Asian art.
In 2011, the fair will organise special events. The programme for these events will soon be released.
Some of the galleries and art centres present at the 2011 edition of the Fine Arts Beijing Fair include:
- Galerie Cinquini (Shanghai);
- BALMIRA Lnternational Artwork Investment Ltd (Beijing);
- Beijing Can Art Center (Beijing);
- Beijing Council International Auction Co.,Ltd (Beijing);
- Classic Jan Western Arts Salon (Shanghai);
- Hanmo Art Gallery (Beijing);
- Natural Color Art Center (Kunshan);
- Triumph Art Space (Beijing);
- KECHUANG Gallery (Beijing);
- Beijing Times Art Museum (Beijing);
- TaiHe Art Gallery (Beijing);
- Hong Kong Art Museum (Hong Kong/Beijing);
- Hagemann Gallery (Beijing);
- Shang Art Gallery (Beijing);
- Chin Der Jyu Gallery (Taipei);
- Beijing Frogman Art Collection Co.,Ltd. (Beijing);
- L’A.C ART MUSEUM (Beijing).