ART AUCTIONS UK EVENTS CHINESE CONTEMPORARY ART
The Chinese Art Centre in Manchester, UK will hold the first ever auction of contemporary Chinese art in the country on 2 December. This silent auction will be accompanied by online bidding options. The fundraiser will include works donated by 29 artists including Gordon Cheung, Suki Chan, Dinu Li, Ed Pien, Ming Wong, Tsang Kin Wah and Pei Yuan Jiang.
The press release from the Centre says,
“We are delighted to be able to present such wonderful works by both established and emerging Chinese artists from Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, UK and USA. Huge thanks go to all the artists for their incredibly generous donations.
With bids starting at just £200 our auction is the perfect opportunity to invest in Chinese art while at the same time supporting the Centre’s work.
Proceeds from the auction will support cutting-edge developments in our artistic programme and allow us to develop new commissions in collaboration with the most exciting new talent emerging from the dynamic contemporary Chinese art world.
The works are also on view in the gallery from 25 November. The auction will close with a special closing silent auction event on 2 December 6-8pm at Chinese Arts Centre to attend rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unable to make it to the Centre don’t worry we will continue to take online bids up until the auction closes at 8pm on 2 December.
If you would like any further information or would like to find out more about the works please do get in touch.
Good luck and thank you for your support!
Sally Lai, Chief Executive, & Trustees & Team at Chinese Arts Centre”
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