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FINE ART ASIA is of appeal to informed collectors, buyers, connoisseurs as well as art lovers and admiring enthusiasts and the 2011 fair established new attendance records with 19,800 visitors from all over the world. On show were 5,000 superb works of art, exhibited by more than 100 leading Asian, European and North American galleries, and sales were recorded of HK$375 million, an increase of 17% over 2010.

FINE ART ASIA 2012 will be held at Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) from October 4 to October 7. In October 2012, over 120 important galleries are expected to participate and will be displaying the finest in Asian and International Antiques, including Furniture, Ceramics, Paintings, Drawings, Scholar's Objects, Jewellery, Clocks and Watches, Sculptures, Textiles, Decorative Art, and also Modern and Contemporary Art from 20th to 21st century.

FINE ART ASIA is now firmly established as Asia's leading annual fine art and antiques fair, presenting traditional East and West fine art heritage and craftsmanship through to modern and contemporary art.


Name: Art & Antique International Fair Ltd (AAIF)
Address: 84 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 3107 0681
Fax: (852) 3107 0680
Official Website: Click to Visit


Art and Antique International Fair Limited (AAIF) is the pioneer  of art fairs in Hong Kong. Founded  by Hong Kong art experts and  aficionados, in 2006 it staged the first international art fair in  Hong Kong in more than a decade. Since then, the annual Hong  Kong International Art and Antiques Fair has provided a vibrant  new platform for the art world in Asia and worldwide. It has  become recognized as Asia’s premier annual art fair presenting a  unique combination of art and antiques. In 2010 the fair was  renamed FINE ART ASIA 2010.
A territory that values its own culture and heritage, Hong Kong is  the natural and historical centre of the art market in Asia. It is also  the gateway to China, which has emerged as one of the world’s  largest and strongest markets for art and antiques. Hong Kong’s  geographically central location also makes it easily accessible to  the many collectors and dealers from Japan, Taiwan and Southeast  Asia.
Hong Kong has the great advantage of being a free port, making it  easy to import and export artworks without restrictions. There is  no sales tax on art in Hong Kong. Thanks to its ideal  infrastructure, over the past decade Hong Kong has risen to  become one of the three most important art auction centres in the  world, along with New York and London.
AAIF has so far organised six art fairs in Hong Kong.* Featuring  leading local and international galleries, they have provided an  opportunity to show artworks of the highest quality to collectors,  connoisseurs dealers, art enthusiasts and the general public. AAIF  aims both to showcase high quality Asian art to a worldwide  audience, and to act as a bridge for international galleries who  wish to introduce their artists and artworks to Asia.
The fairs have all been scheduled to coincide with the bi-annual  series of Asian art auctions in Hong Kong organised by the world’ s leading auction houses, Christie’s and Sotheby’s. Experience has  shown that this timing is most advantageous in attracting  international dealers, collectors and art lovers to the fair.
An Academic Programme including lectures and seminars by  leading art institutions and internationally renowned art experts is  an important element of each fair. AAIF also works closely with  the Fine Arts Department of the Chinese University of Hong  Kong, helping to nurture the future generation of art practitioners  and professionals in Hong Kong.
With local expertise and long-term confidence in Hong Kong as  the centre of the art market in Asia, AAIF is committed to making  its fair a key annual art event in Hong Kong’s cultural calendar.

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