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Win US$1000 of original art by well-known Asian artist

Posted by artradar on March 30, 2009


WIN ASIAN ART SURVEY

Whether you are committed or just a wannabe, Hong Kong Time Out is offering collectors a chance to win an original piece of art worth US$1,000. It is not clear when the survey will close so be quick…all you need to do is click this link and fill out a short survey.

Survey link

The Collectionist’s First Annual Art Survey

Prize details

* Grand Prize: Original piece of artwork from a well-known contemporary Asian artist (valued at over US$1,000)

* Second Prize(5): Special Edition series of photographs in a custom envelope by celebrated Hong Kong artist Stanley Wong (signed and numbered)

Who is The Collectionist?

A good question. That he is an anonymous writer, critic and collector who regularly contributes to Time Out Hong Kong, seems to be as much as he will divulge but perhaps this tongue in cheek  interview with Jehan Chu will shed some light…or not. If you are still confused and want to ask Jehan Chu in person, he will be talking about collecting Asian art at the Asia Art Forum series of lectures in Hong Kong in May just before the Hong Kong art fair. Watch out for more about this in an upcoming post.

Subscribe to Art Radar Asia for free art….if you win!

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