ART HK 08 announces its participants Hong Kong

March 17, 2008

The inaugural art fair in Hong Kong has just announced the participating galleries. The event will take place from the 14 to 18 May at the landmark Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, hosting galleries from 19 different countries.

Fair Director Magnus Renfrew said, “We are delighted to have signed-up such a prestigious roster of galleries. The Fair has received an overwhelming global response, which we see as recognition of the fact that China is now firmly positioned as the third largest art market in the world. Hong Kong, with its unique gateway status between East and West, provides the perfect location for a new major fixture on the international art calendar.”

The galleries are:
10 Chancery Lane Gallery – Hong Kong; Albion London; Art Beatus Gallery – Hong Kong/Vancouver; Gallery Art Composition – Tokyo; aura gallery – Shanghai/Beijing/Hong Kong; Beijing Commune – Beijing; Ben Brown Fine Arts – London; CAIS Gallery – Hong Kong/Seoul; The Cat Street Gallery – Hong Kong; Chatterjee & Lal – Mumbai; Chemould Prescott Road – Mumbai; ChinaSquare – New York/Beijing; Chinablue – Beijing; Chi-Wen Gallery – Taipei; The Columns – Seoul; Contrasts – Shanghai/Beijing; Cook Fine Art – New York; doART/Gallery Hyundai – Beijing/Seoul; The Drawing Room – Makati City; Eastlink Gallery – Shanghai; Eslite Gallery – Taipei; F2 Gallery – Beijing; Galleri Faurschou – Beijing/Copenhagen; Gana Art Gallery – Seoul; Gandhara Art – Karachi; Gebert Contemporary – Santa Fe; Goedhuis Contemporary – New York/London/Beijing; Galerie Grand Siecle – Taipei; Green Cardamom – London; Grotto Fine Art – Hong Kong; The Guild Art Gallery – Mumbai/New York; Hakgojae – Seoul; Hanart TZ Gallery – Hong Kong; Galerie Reinhard Hauff – Stuttgart; Galerie Kashya Hildebrand – Zurich; Galerie Caprice Horn – Berlin; Gallery IHN – Seoul; Ingleby Gallery – Edinburgh; Bernard Jacobson Gallery – London; Amelia Johnson Contemporary – Hong Kong; Gallery Barry Keldoulis – Sydney; Keumsan Gallery – GyeongGi-do; Kukje Gallery – Seoul; Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery – Hong Kong; Galerie Hélène Lamarque – Paris; Yvon Lambert – Paris/New York; Langgeng Gallery – Jawa Tengah; Max Lang –

New York; Sabina Lee Gallery – Los Angeles; Galerie Levy – Hamburg; M+B – Los Angeles; magical ARTROOM – Tokyo; Marella Gallery – Beijing, Milan; Marlborough Fine Art – London; Eric Mircher – Paris; Mizuma Art Gallery – Tokyo
Mori Gallery – Sydney; Nanzuka Underground – Tokyo; Galerie Enrico Navarra – Paris; Anna Ning Fine Art – Hong Kong; Gallery on Old Bailey – Hong Kong; One and J. Gallery – Seoul; Osage Gallery – Hong Kong/Beijing/Singapore; Ota Fine Arts – Tokyo; Pékin Fine Arts – Beijing; Peres Projects – Los Angeles/Berlin; galerie photonet – Wiesbaden; PKM Gallery – Seoul/Beijing; Galerie Eva Presenhuber – Zurich; Project 88 – Mumbai; PYO Gallery – Seoul; Red Bridge Gallery – Shanghai; Red Gate Gallery – Beijing; Roentgenwerke AG – Tokyo; Galerie Stefan Röpke – Cologne/Madrid; Rossi & Rossi – London; Galerie Schübbe Projekt – Düsseldorf; Galerie Michael Schultz – Beijing/Seoul/Berlin; Seomi & Tuus – Seoul; ShanghART – Shanghai/Beijing; SHiNE Art Space – Shanghai; Gallery Side 2 – Tokyo; Galeria Dolores de Sierra – Madrid; Silverlens Gallery – Makati City; Gallery Simon – Seoul; Singapore Tyler Print Institute – Singapore; Star Gallery – Beijing; Taka Ishii Gallery – Tokyo; Galerie Teo – Tokyo; Tokyo Gallery + BTAP – Tokyo/Beijing; Über Gallery – Melbourne; UNION – London; Vadehra Art Gallery – New Delhi/London; VAN HORN – Düsseldorf; Wada Fine Arts – Tokyo; Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery – Osaka

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