Fine Art Asia

Fine Art Asia is held annually in Hong Kong and is recognised as one of the leading art fairs in Asia. The fair was established in 2006 and features a variety of pieces, ranging from bronzes to modern art.

Exhibitors at the Fine Art Asia fair also specialise in antiques, Old Master paintings, Modern and Impressionist art, jewellery and decorative art.


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Seven Highlights at Fine Art Asia 2018

21 September 2018

Fine Art Asia, the annual Hong Kong event, features art and antiques offered by dealers from both the west and the east.

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Dealers unveil items on offer at ‘Fine Art Asia’ fair in Hong Kong

20 September 2017

‘Fine Art Asia’ opens for its 12th staging from September 30 to October 3 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition centre.

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Monet sails into Hong Kong at upcoming Fine Art Asia fair

30 September 2016

Fine Art Asia, the international fine art and antiques fair in Hong Kong, will open its doors with an invitation-only preview on October 1.

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Hong Kong fair in focus

27 October 2014

Visitors admire a stand at the 10th edition of Fine Art Asia in Hong Kong, staged from October 4-7 in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, against a backdrop of the pro-democracy protests in the city.

Fine Art Asia to launch Beijing fair

18 February 2014

Hong Kong’s Fine Art Asia fair organisers have announced that they will launch ‘Guardian Fine Art Asia’ (GFAA), the Beijing edition of the event, in May this year.

Cross-promotion deal for Fine Art Asia and Masterpiece

24 April 2013

‘Masterpiece London’ has announced a link with Hong Kong’s ‘Fine Art Asia’ this year, with the incorporation of a Hong Kong Pavilion at the fourth edition of the London fair from June 26-July 3.

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Monthly columns by Fine Art Asia director and dealer Andy Hei

01 June 2012

In his monthly columns for ATG, Fine Art Asia fair director and dealer Andy Hei takes a look at the international market from a Far Eastern perspective, sheds light on how to do business with the Chinese in Hong Kong and explains why Hong Kong is a better first stop than mainland China.

Unknown warrior proves his worth 100 times over

21 January 2003

There were two surprising results at the Lempertz Asian Art sale in Cologne on November 22-23. This large, anonymous Japanese 17th/18th century Indian ink and watercolour, Daimyô in Kamishimo with tachibana weapons and two swords on a tatami mat, paper 4ft x 2ft 10in (1.22m x 86cm), right, soared 100 times estimate to make €80,000 (£51,300).

Market-fresh flask tempts buyers

28 November 2001

As fresh, quality private consignments become ever scarcer, the competition for such works must make it difficult for auctioneers nationwide to put sales together. Although Bonhams’ (15/10 buyer’s premium) 400-lot Fine Asian Art sale on November 12 had fewer top quality works to tempt buyers than at Sotheby’s and Christie’s, the modestly estimated and fresh-to-the-market tea dust-glazed moonflask, Qianlong seal mark and period, saw buyers jostling for ownership.

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