CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART PAINTING HONG KONG
The Island Shangri-La Hotel in Hong Kong will host, on 28 November 2011, the Bonhams Fine Chinese Paintings and Modern Asian Art Autumn Auction. A set of ten prints by contemporary artist Xu Bing is among the 141 lots, as is work by living artists Zhu Ming and Liu Kuo-sun.
From the Bonhams press release, sent out to media on Wednesday 9 November 2011,
Bonhams is pleased to announce its Fine Chinese Paintings and Modern Asian Art Autumn Auction to be held on 28 November 2011 at the Island Shangri-La Hotel in Hong Kong. It will cover 141 lots of exceptional paintings by acclaimed Chinese masters and Asian artists with a total estimate of HKD20,000,000 to 30,000,000.
Other highlights mentioned in the press release include paintings, mostly ink and oils, by Modern Chinese masters Lin Fengmian, Chen Yifei, Zhou Chunya and Sanyu (Chang Yu).
Click here to view the catalogue for the Fine Chinese Paintings and Contemporary Asian Art auction, starting 28 November 2011.
Public viewing of the works on auction will run from 24 to 28 November, with the auction itself being held on 28 November at 6:30pm at the Island Ballroom & Taishan Room, Island Shangri-La Hotel, Admiralty, Hong Kong.
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