October 28, 2014 - Asia Art Archive - AAA Annual Fundraiser Auction 2014
October 28, 2014

AAA Annual Fundraiser Auction 2014

AAA Annual Fundraiser Auction 2014

Preview:
11–13 November, 11am–7pm
14 November, 11am–4pm
Opening reception: 11 November, 6:30–8:30pm
Bid: 5–14 November, online via Paddle8
Auction dinner: 15 November

Christie’s Hong Kong Offices
18th Floor, Alexandra House
18 Chater Road
Central, Hong Kong

www.aaa.org.hk

Asia Art Archive is pleased to present a fundraising auction of 80 generously donated works of art from local and international artists and galleries with Van Cleef and Arpels as lead sponsor for two consecutive years. A preview of the artworks will be exhibited at the Christie’s Hong Kong offices, and the accompanying dinner and auction will follow on 15 November at the China Club. Bids can be placed online via Paddle8 from 5 to 14 November prior to the live auction on 15 November, where only phone and absentee bids will be accepted. To view the auction catalogue, and to find out more about how to bid, go to www.aaa.org.hk/annualfundraiser or contact fundraiser [​at​] aaa.org.hk.

Auction highlights
The auction will feature works from prominent ink artists Arnold Chang, Fung Ming Chip, Qiu Deshu, and Leung Kui Ting. Artworks by Hong Kong representatives to Venice Biennale, Lee Kit and Frog King, will be showcased, as well as pieces by celebrated Chinese artists Wang Guangyi, Zhang Xiaogang, and Cao Fei. More artists from the region such as Sopheap Pich from Cambodia, Shinro Ohtake from Japan, and Jogen Chowdhury from India will also be presented.

About AAA
Asia Art Archive is an independent non-profit organisation initiated in 2000 in response to the urgent need to document and make accessible the multiple recent histories of art in the region. With an international Board of Directors, an Advisory Board made up of noted scholars and curators, and an in-house research team, AAA has collated one of the most valuable collections of material on contemporary art in the region—open to the public free of charge and increasingly accessible from its website. More than a static repository waiting to be discovered, AAA instigates critical thinking and dialogue for a wide range of audiences via public, research, residential, and educational programmes.

As a registered Hong Kong charity, AAA relies on the support of government agencies, corporations, and individuals to fund its activities. In addition to these sources, the annual fundraiser is an essential part of sustaining the organisation as the contributions directly impact the mission and work of the Archive.

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