November 8, 2011 - Asia Art Archive - Asia Art Archive Fundraiser 2011
November 8, 2011

Asia Art Archive Fundraiser 2011

Asia Art Archive Fundraiser 2011
Preview:
14–18 November, Sotheby’s Hong Kong
Auction: Saturday 19 November 2011, The China Club, Hong Kong

To view the auction catalogue or place an absentee bid: www.aaa.org.hk/fundraiser2011
Enquiries: fundraiser [​at​] aaa.org.hk

Asia Art Archive (AAA), the region’s foremost public platform for research and dialogue, will hold its annual fundraising auction and dinner on 19 November 2011, with a preview of works at Sotheby’s Hong Kong from 14 to 18 November. The annual auction is a major source of support for AAA’s operations and public programmes, giving art collectors access to a range of significant works by 68 internationally recognised artists.

One of AAA’s priorities in the past few years has been working toward making its collection more accessible to the public. In 2010, AAA began work on a new website, which will launch in spring 2012 with the Collection Online. Funds raised this year will support this new digital platform, enabling global access for all to much of AAA’s extensive collection on contemporary art.

Auction highlights include an ink painting by Wu Guanzhong dated to the early 80′s, a TV installation by Nam June Paik, a work from the Flower series by Takashi Murakami, a photo-installation by Raqs Media Collective, a set of prints responding to the serial bomb in Bombay by Nalini Malani, a photo-installation by Gu Dexin, a print by Zeng Fanzhi, and a set of posters entitled Hong Kong Art Archive produced by Wong Wai Yin during her residency at AAA.

The dinner is sold out but all works will be on view at Sotheby’s Hong Kong from 14–18 November or online. AAA accepts absentee or phone bids.

Works were generously donated by the following artists and galleries:
Nadim Abbas, Dhruvi Acharya, Au Hoi Lam, Bae Bien U, Simon Birch, Cao Fei, Roberto Chabet, Chen Jiagang, Choksi Neha, Gu Dexin, Shilpa Gupta, Ho Sin Tung, Candida Höfer, Hu Fang, Callum Innes, Jiang Pengyi, Sosa Joseph, Misaki Kawai, Aisha Khalid, Naiza H Khan, Koh Sang Woo, Lam Yau Sum, Lee Kyong Mi, Jung Lee, Nikki S Lee, Li Qing, Lin Tianmiao, Lin Xue, Liu Dahong, Liu Hung, Liu Xiaodong, Nalini Malani, Mok Wai Hong, Takashi Murakami, Wawi Navarroza, Trung Nguyen, Oh Seung Yul, Donna Ong, Nam June Paik, Pak Sheung Chuen, Vijai Patchineelam, Sopheap Pich, Agus Baqul Purnomo, Qiu Zhijie, Marc Quinn, Raqs Media Collective, Rhee Kibong, T V Santhosh, Mithu Sen, Nilima Sheikh, Gulammohammed Sheikh, Shi Jing, Stephanie Sin, Donghyun Son, Vivan Sundaram, Chintan Upadhyay, Clairelynn Uy, Wang Keping, Wen Ling, Entang Wilharso, Wong Wai Yin, Wu Guanzhong, Young-hae Chang Heavy Industries, Zeng Fanzhi, Zhao Gang, Zheng Guogu, Zhou Jinhua

10 Chancery Lane, ARNDT Berlin, AW Asia, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Blindspot Gallery, Cais Gallery, Chambers Fine Art, Chemould Prescott Road, Contemporary by Angela Li, Edouard Malingue Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke Gallery, Galerie Quynh, GalleriaContinua, Gallery 2, Gallery EXIT, Gana Art, Gandhara Art, Grotto Fine Arts, Hanart TZ Gallery, Kukje Gallery, LeeAhn Gallery, ONE AND J. Gallery, Osage Gallery, Project 88, Rossi & Rossi, Sakshi Gallery, Schoeni Art Gallery, Seven Art Limited Gallery, Silverlens Galleries, Sin Sin Fine Art, Take Ninagawa, The Cat Street Gallery, The Guild Art Gallery, THE MINISTRY OF ART, Tin-aw Art Management Inc., Vadehra Gallery, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Vitamin Creative Space, White Cube

About Asia Art Archive
Asia Art Archive is a non-profit organisation dedicated to documenting the recent history of contemporary art in Asia within an international context. Founded in 2000, AAA has compiled an extensive publicly accessible collection of materials, which continues to grow through a systematic programme of research and information gathering. AAA is committed to creating a collection that belongs to the public; currently accessible free of charge from AAA’s physical space and searchable via its online catalogue, much of the archive will be gradually accessible from anywhere in the world via the Collection Online in 2012. More than a static repository, AAA also presents public, educational, and residential programmes, instigating critical thinking and dialogue that generate new ideas and works that continually reshape the Archive itself.

Asia Art Archive
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