Wednesday, 14 May 2008


The Hong Kong International Art Fair begins today, and I'm really looking forward to checking it out tonight. Much bigger than the last event, this fair will see galleries from all over the world meet at the exhibition centre, open to collectors, and the public alike. It's running in conjunction with talks, previews and other events. So, if you're in Hong Kong and you're an art lover I suggest you check it out!

Oh, and PS - thanks to Frey Norris for my VIP passes!

**UPDATE** I thought the art fair was fantastic, so if you're in HK and didn't make it to this one - make sure you get there next year. With pieces by well known artists like Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Claude Lalanne, Damien Hirst, Julian Schnabel and Robert Rauschenberg (cannot imagine how much they have gone up in value since his unfortunate passing last week) - just to name a few - as well as many upcoming Asian artists, it was better than any other exhibition that has been shown here!


columnist said...

We had passes to go to this too, but were swamped with other social events that we never made it sadly. Now I feel even more badly about it.

Suzy said...

There's always next year!