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Art HK ’10: Aya Takano

Another artist that we were looking forward to seeing at Art HK 10 was Murakami protege, Aya Takano. The Japanese artist, whose show we also covered in NY, was exhibiting at the Emmanuel Perrotin booth and has been one of the highlights among strong sales at this year’s Hong Kong Internation Art Fair, apparently selling several of her pieces to Chinese and Korean collectors. More images after the jump…

Art HK ’10: Yoshitomo Nara

At this year’s Art HK, Yoshitomo Nara brought with him a cool cargo box installation at the Marianne Boesky Gallery booth. Similar to his last installation at Art Basel (Switzerland), Nara set this project up with the help of the YNG team. As you can see, the unique freight container carried some beautiful treasures inside. See more Nara in Hong Kong after the jump.

Art HK ’10: Overview

With Art HK 2010 in full swing, we start out by showing you a mix of things that caught our eye before focusing in on some artists that we like. Anticipation has been high for the annual international fair in what is becoming the “East meets West” cultural hub of the region, especially with more blue-chip galleries joining the scrum for the dollars of the increasingly wealthy and eager collectors in Asia. Only time will tell if this will become the “Asian Art Basel”, but […]

Video: Art HK 2010

Art HK 2010 recently opened their doors to over 150 galleries from all over the world to display their wares in the increasingly important cultural hub of Asia – Hong Kong. Vernissage TV was on hand to document some of the opening day action at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center as collectors from all over the region gathered to see what dealers had to offer.  More coverage to follow…

Art HK ’10: Adam Neate @ Schoeni Gallery

As the Hong Kong’s annual International Art Fair (May 27-30) draws closer, we’ll be stepping up our previews of what to expect as well as hopefully proving coverage of the fair for the enjoyment of our readers. Fast becoming an important hub for the entrance and exit of art between the East and West, ART HK will be drawing from over 150 galleries participating from 29 different countries. One of the highlights for us this year will definitely be Adam Neate’s (interviewed) showcase with Elms […]