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Ravenel Art announces first Hong Kong auction of modern and contemporary art

Posted by artradar on November 16, 2008


Hino Korehiko My Elegance

Hino Korehiko My Elegance

 

AUCTION NEWS HONG KONG

In a move which supports the growing status of Hong Kong as Asia’s art market hub, Taiwanese auction house Ravenel Art announces its first Hong Kong auction of Contemporary and Modern Asian Art on Monday December 1, 2008.

Categories include:
In Modern Chinese Art  works by Sanyu, Zao Wou-ki and Chu Teh-chun will be offered. In the Chinese Contemporary section important works by Zhang Xiaogang, Zeng Fanzhi, Wang Guangyi, Yue Minjun and Yan Pei Ming will come under the hammer.

Ravenel Art will also include works by Korean, Japanese, S. E. Asian and Indian artists. Kim Tschang-yeul and Park Seo-Bo, two of the most important Korean artists will be represented. Paintings by Japanese artists Hino Korehiko and Hiroyuki Matsuura are sure to attract much attention. The S. E. Asian section will include works by Agus Suwage and Budi Kustarto, two of the most sought after artists at the moment. A work by Justin Ponmany, one of the leading Indian contemporary artists will also be on offer.

Zhang Xiaotao Picture of Early Spring

Zhang Xiaotao Picture of Early Spring

The auction will be held in the Four Seasons Hotel Ballroom, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong on Monday December 1.

Ravenel Art was founded in 1999 and it holds two annual Spring and Autumn auctions in Taipei and will hold Spring and Autumn auctions in Hong Kong. It specializes in Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art, Korean, Japanese, S. E. Asian and Indian Contemporary Art. The company has offices in Taipei, Hong Kong and Beijing.

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Indian born sculptor Anish Kapoor in top 10 at Sothebys London Contemporary Day Sale July 2008

Posted by artradar on July 6, 2008


AUCTION LONDON Bombay born UK based sculptor Anish Kapoor was the only Asian artist in the top 10 prices achieved at Sotheby’s Contemporary Day Sale at Bond Street London on July 2 2008.

Kapoor’s untitled black belgian granite work achieved a price of US$960,575. Born in 1954 and educated at the Chelsea School of Art and Design, Kapoor emerged in the 1980’s as one of a number of British sculptors working in a new style.

Chinese and Japanese artists dominated the Asian showing at this 371 lot sale of international contemporary art. They were presented together with a handful of other Asian artists from India Pakistan and Korea (including the up and coming TV Santosh,  art Basel show stopper Subodh Gupta and Raqib Shaw from India, the increasingly popular Pakistani artist Rashid Rana and Kang Hyung Koo from Korea).

Chinese artists included Zao Wouki, Yue Minjun, Yang Shaobin, Ai Weiwei, Wang Guangyi, Yan Pei Ming, Zhan Wang, Li Shan, Ling Jian.

Japanese artists included Yoshimoto Nara, Takashi Murakami, On Kawara, Hiroshi Sugimoto and others.

Source: www.sothebys.com
Image details: Anish Kapoor, Cloud Gate, Millennium Park, Chicago

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