Hong Kong International Art Fair 14 - 18 May 2008
Hong Kong International Art Fair
Welcome to ART HK 08
我們熱切歡迎大家蒞臨首屆香港國際藝術展。是次展覽乃香港愈十年來首個真正的國際 藝術博覽會，共邀請了來自20個國家超過100家優秀畫廊參與，展示20及21世紀豐富的藝 術作品，為亞洲提供欣賞世界各地多元藝術的平台。此外，展會期間將舉辦一連串相關的 專題展覽、特別活動及教育講座，務求令到出席展會的每一位來賓都享受是次的藝術展並 啟發他們。
We are delighted to welcome you all to the inaugural ART HK, the first truly international art fair to be staged in Hong Kong in over a decade. With over 100 galleries from 20 countries showing the very best of 20th and 21st century art, ART HK 08 provides an art fair for Asia that reflects the diversity of artistic production from all over the world. In addition, we have organised surrounding exhibitions, events and talks which we hope will make your visit to the Fair and your stay in Hong Kong a truly inspiring and enjoyable one.
藝術展除了擔當藝術交易場的角色，亦促進了藝術上的探討和辯論。我們很榮幸得到亞洲 藝術文獻庫（AAA）的支持，率領藝術家、策展人和收藏家在展會期間舉辦一系列名 《香港對話》的藝術座談會。亞洲藝術文獻庫更聯同香港中文大學於國際博物館日(5月17 日)舉辦名為《時移世易：博物館與文化欲望》的大型國際性研討會，以探索博物館在21世 紀的角色轉變。
More than just a place for buying and selling art, art fairs can also act as a catalyst for discussion and debate. We are delighted therefore that Asia Art Archive (AAA) will be presenting a programme of talks by leading artists, curators and collectors entitled Hong Kong Conversations. In conjunction with the Chinese University of Hong Kong the AAA will also be staging a conference that coincides with International Museum Day on 17 May - Shifting Sites: Cultural Desire and the Museum addresses the changing role of museums in the 21st century.
是次藝術展的確令人興奮及期待，其中由馮美瑩小姐策劃的香港新晉藝術家作品展更是展 會的特別呈獻。《虛像》將匯集香港新生代藝術家激動人心之作，在一眾國際畫廊的圍繞 下，於會場的中央地帶展出。 我們非常感謝所有支持展會發展的合作夥伴，特別是首席贊助商 Lehman Brothers。我們 亦由衷感謝榮譽贊助人鄧永鏘爵士、展覽諮詢委員會、參與的畫廊及每一位來賓。
As a reflection of our excitement at launching the Fair in Hong Kong, ART HK 08 presents a feature exhibition of work by emerging local artists curated by Sabrina Fung. Mirage brings together the most exciting work by a new generation of up-and-coming artists from Hong Kong, located at the heart of the Fair and surrounded by leading galleries from the city. We are grateful to our lead sponsor, Lehman Brothers, for their strong support, and indeed to all our other partners for their significant involvement in helping in the development of the Fair. We would also like to extend our sincerest thanks to our Honorary Patron, Sir David Tang, our Advisory Group, the participating galleries, and our visitors. We hope you enjoy your visit and look forward to seeing you back for next year’s Fair taking place from 13 to 17 May 2009.
Magnus Renfrew 展覽總監
Stephanie Dieckvoss 展覽總監（歐洲及美國）
Magnus Renfrew Fair Director
Stephanie Dieckvoss Fair Director (Europe & US)
Honorary Patron Sir David Tang
Advisory Group Chairman Dr Charles Merewether
Advisory Group Jean-Marc Decrop Mary Dinaburg Philip Dodd Elaine W Ng Will Ramsay Howard Rutkowski
Organisers of ART HK 08 Asian Art Fairs Ltd Suite 1905 Lippo Centre, Tower 2 89 Queensway Admiralty Hong Kong T: +852 2918 8793 F: +852 2918 8794 email@example.com www.hongkongartfair.com
At Lehman Brothers, we believe that culturally vibrant communities benefit everyone, and we are pleased to be a strong supporter of many cultural organisations around the world. We are especially proud to support endeavours that showcase both promising young talent and well established artists. We have a long history and tradition of celebrating the arts and have imbued our corporate culture with values that commit us to supporting the communities in which we live and work. Asia is an essential focus of our business strategy and philanthropic commitments. Moreover, as a global company, we are particularly pleased to sponsor this fair with its outstanding global representation of artists and galleries, attracting people from around the world. Lehman Brothers, as lead sponsor, is proud to welcome you to ART HK 08.
ART HK 08 Team Managing Director Charles Ross Fair Director Magnus Renfrew Fair Director (Europe & US) Stephanie Dieckvoss Operations Director Trevor Hyland Marketing Director Natasha Cubitt Marketing Executive Vicky Chow VIP Manager Katie Mann Fair Administrator Barbara Hung Fair Intern Milly Chow While every effort has been made to provide accurate information, the publishers of this catalogue do not assume any liability for loss or damage caused by errors or omissions. While every care is taken with artwork supplied, the publishers cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage incurred. No responsibility can be taken for advertisements or editorial printed in this catalogue. The gallery statements are written by the galleries themselves and do not represent the opinion of the publisher or organisers.
Jasjit S. Bhattal Chief Executive Officer Lehman Brothers Asia-Pacific
Curator: Sabrina M.Y. Fung
MIRAGE, an oasis of illusions at the heart of ART HK 08, explores the boundaries of the imagination within a confined space. This exhibition of contemporary Hong Kong artists is a journey into an unreal visual playground of concepts and forms that are not what they appear at first glance. The elusive optical perceptions of the exhibited works are further exaggerated by the site-specific, landscape structure specially created by Meta4. The contoured structure, which hosts the exhibited artworks, resembles an “organic” island, complete with trees, lotus flowers, and other seemingly natural forms. Each participating artist in MIRAGE presents a unique vision with its own inherent illusions, revealing varying degrees of isolation within urban contemporary life. Esther Yip’s fascination with a self-contained universe of beings is evident in her fantastical Happy Tree, which is comprised of over 4,000 handmade objects. The reflective passage of Lotus by Catherine Lee presents a special moment of peace and tranquility.
The organic landscape cells, spread through the site-specific Cellular Spaces by Caroline Mak, reinvent natural formations that are at once both familiar and alien, strong yet fragile. Wong Chung Yu explores the relationship between love, desire and money in his imaginative, computerized depiction of Sodom, the ancient biblical city. Homan Ho’s interest in kinetic architectural work takes form in his large, ramp-like structure with moving objects (shoes) above the exhibition space. Contemporary life, real and virtual, is a prevailing theme for this new generation of Hong Kong artists exhibited in MIRAGE, providing a glimpse into our disorientating world as the artists see it.
Easter Yip, The Happy Tree
Wong Chung Yu, Sodom Meta4 Design Forum, View 1
HO Man Chung, Homan 何文聰 LEE Yin Mui, Catherine 李燕梅 MAK Caroline 麥治婷 Meta4 Design Forum Ltd. MDFA 建築師事務所 WONG Chung Yu 黃琮瑜 YIP Lai Man, Esther 葉麗雯 Catherine Lee, Lotus
Caroline Mak, Cellular Spaces
Homan Ho, Untitled
Hong Kong Conversations Asia Art Archive is pleased to present Hong Kong Conversations, a series of talks by a group of renowned collectors, artists and art experts within the Fair from 15 – 18 May. Thursday 15 May, 4-5 pm Hong Kong - Beijing Return: A conversation between artists Chow Chun-fai and Lam Tung-Pan Representing a new generation of HK artists, Chow Chun-fai and Lam Tung-pang were amongst the first to establish studios in Fotan which now hosts over 70 artists in 20 studios. In 2007, they set up their second studio in Beijing, joining a wave of Chinese and international artists settling in the culture capital. They work and base themselves in both cities. For Hong Kong Conversations, Chow and Lam will discuss the development of their artistic practice from Fotan to Beijing. Where HK artists tend to take a more passive approach, Chow and Lam’s move to Beijing may be considered aggressive by their counterparts. Why have they decided to set up a studio in Beijing? What are their views on HK’s position and situation for artists? And what challenges do they face as HK artists in Beijing, where they are considered foreigners in their own country? Thursday 15 May, 6-7pm Informed Taste: A conversation between collector Monique Burger and curator Tobias Berger Driven by passion and assisted by a few trusted galleries, the Swiss collector, Monique Burger, has put together an impressive collection of more than 1000 works of contemporary art since the 1990s. Since moving to Hong Kong in 2005, the Burger Collection now includes works by over 20 Asians artists. Tobias Berger, Director of Hong Kong's independent art space Para/Site also arrived in Hong Kong in 2005, after having worked in Germany, Lithuania and New Zealand. Since taking over the reigns of Para/Site, Berger has organised a number of shows in HK to include artists like Lawrence Weiner and Dennis Oppenheim. For Hong Kong Conversations, Burger and Berger will discuss the challenges of successfully selecting artists, artworks and concepts in an art environment that is still developing and defining its very own rules, while growing at an unprecedented speed. In an environment with so few independent institutions, how does one go about developing both an appreciative and critical relationship to contemporary art production?
Friday 16 May, 6-7pm Cultural Investment: A conversation between Henry Tang, Ronald Arculli and Sir David Tang Mr Henry Tang was appointed to the position of the Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR Government in July 2007. Prior to this appointment, he was the Financial Secretary and formerly the Secretary for Commerce, Industry and Technology. Before joining the Government in 2002, Mr Tang was a leading industrialist in Hong Kong, and has a personal interest in the arts. The Hon. Mr Ronald Arculli is a member of the Executive Council of the HKSAR Government and Chairman of the HK Stock Exchange. On top of his numerous business and community commitments, Arculli is an ardent supporter of the arts. Founder and Chairman of The China Club and founder of Shanghai Tang, Sir David Tang has a long history of community service and serves on the board of a number of charities worldwide. Entrepreneur, designer and philosopher, Sir David is a passionate collector of contemporary Chinese art. For Hong Kong Conversations, Tang, Arculli and Sir David will discuss why they personally enjoy and think art is important in their lives. They will also share their views on some of the projects currently taking shape to develop art in Hong Kong like the West Kowloon Cultural District Project and the Central Police Station. Despite Hong Kong being one of the most developed cities in Asia, it is often referred to as a cultural desert. Is this really the case? Hong Kong has some of the richest individuals per capita, yet why is there so little private support or collectors for contemporary art? Sunday 18 May, 3-4pm Space Exploration: A conversation between Elaine W. Ng and Zhang Wei Editor and Publisher of ArtAsiaPacific (AAP) magazine, Elaine W. Ng lived in Hong Kong in the 1990s during which she managed Videotage, one of Asia's first nonprofit centres for film, video and new media. Zhang Wei is a founding member and director of Vitamin Creative Space in Guangzhou which, since its establishment in 2002, has come to be considered as one of the most important platforms for contemporary art in China. For Hong Kong Conversations Ng and Zhang will discuss and consider the different platforms that currently exist for exhibiting contemporary art in China. What does it mean to be independent? Is there such a thing as a non-profit? Are conditions in China opening up “unconventional” ways for the independent exhibition of contemporary art? Are conditions in the Pearl River Delta with cities like Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou, creating a very different environment to say, the capital, Beijing? For more information, www.aaa.org.hk/newsletter For registration, firstname.lastname@example.org What is your dream museum? Visit Asia Art Archive at Stand C14
ART HK 08 thanks the following for their support Satellite Event Shifting Sites: Cultural Desire and the Museum Saturday 17 May 2008, 10am - 5.30pm, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre Presented by Asia Art Archive and Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Supported by - Home Affairs Bureau, Government of HKSAR and in association with ART HK 08. Major resources are being allocated by governments to building cultural facilities – think Abu Dhabi and Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District. Today, art and cultural facilities are seen as necessary components of a world-class city; a desire reiterated throughout cities in Asia. Can the one-stop cultural district really emulate the vibrancy of art scenes in cities like London and NY? And the idea of a museum – this is a recent construct in Asia – so what should today’s museum look like? Eight internationally renowned speakers will come to Hong Kong to address these issues. In this one-day conference key individuals and institutions address these very issues and share with us their insights and experiences.
Confirmed speakers include: Jane DeBevoise: Chair of the Board of Directors of the Asia Art Archive and Former Deputy Director of Guggenheim Museum Phillip Dodd: Chairman of Made in China, London/Beijing David Elliott: Independent Curator and Critic (Founding Director of the Mori Art Museum) Yuko Hasegawa: Chief Curator of Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo Oscar Ho: Program Director of Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Charles Merewether: Curator and Artistic Director of 2006 Sydney Biennale Joe Thompson: Founding Director of Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art Sheena Wagstaff: Chief Curator of Tate Modern, London Su Zhen Xie: Executive Director of Museum of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing Welcoming Remarks: Carrie Yau, Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs Bureau, Government of HKSAR Claire Hsu, Executive Director of Asia Art Archive The conference takes place in Meeting Room 301 B, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Reservation required on a first come first serve basis by emailing email@example.com. For more details see: www.aaa.org.hk/shiftingsites
ART HK 08 is proud to support the Hong Kong Cancer Fund as benefiting charity for Vernissage. To learn more or to make a donation go to www.cancer-fund.org
Gallery List 10 Chancery Lane Gallery Aicon Gallery Albion Art Beatus Gallery Gallery Art Composition aura gallery Beijing Commune Bombay Art Gallery Ben Brown Fine Arts CAIS Gallery The Cat Street Gallery Chatterjee & Lal Chemould Prescott Road Chinablue Gallery ChinaSquare Chi-Wen Gallery The Columns Gallery Contrasts Gallery Cook Fine Art doART Bejing/Gallery Hyundai The Drawing Room Eastlink Gallery Eslite Gallery F2 Gallery Galleri Faurschou Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art Frey Norris Gallery Gana Art Gallery Gandhara Art Gebert Contemporary Goedhuis Contemporary Galerie Grand Siécle Green Cardamom Grotto Fine Art The Guild Art Gallery Hakgojae Hanart TZ Gallery Galerie Reinhard Hauff Galerie Kashya Hildebrand Galerie Caprice Horn Gallery IHN Ingleby Gallery Bernard Jacobson Gallery Amelia Johnson Contemporary gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis Keumsan Gallery Kukje Gallery Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery Galerie Hélène Lamarque Yvon Lambert Max Lang
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Langgeng Gallery Sabina Lee Gallery Galerie Levy M+B magical. ARTROOM Marella Gallery Marlborough Fine Art Galerie Eric Mircher Mori Gallery Nanzuka Underground Enrico Navarra Anna Ning Fine Art Gallery on Old Bailey One and J. Gallery Osage Gallery Ota Fine Arts Pékin Fine Arts Peres Projects Flo Peters Gallery Galerie Photonet PKM Gallery Galerie Eva Presenhuber Project 88 PYO Gallery Red Bridge Gallery Red Gate Gallery Felix Ringel Gallery Röntgenwerke AG Galerie Stefan Röpke Rossi & Rossi Galerie Schübbe Projekt Michael Schultz Gallery Seomi & Tuus Gallery ShanghART Gallery SHiNE ART Space Gallery Side2 Dolores de Sierra Silverlens Gallery Gallery Simon Singapore Tyler Print Institute Star Gallery Taka Ishii Gallery Gallery Teo & Mizuma Tokyo Gallery + BTAP Über Gallery UNION Vadehra Art Gallery Van Horn Wada Fine Arts Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery
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10 Chancery Lane Gallery
G/F, 10 Chancery Lane Soho, Central, Hong Kong T +852 2810 0065 M +852 9802 4337 firstname.lastname@example.org www.10chancerylanegallery.com
Founded in 2001, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery is one of Asia’s leading contemporary art galleries. Our exhibition programme includes a complete spectrum of media - paintings, photography, sculpture, performance, installations and digital production.
Gallery Artists Simon Birch Cang Xin William Furniss Huang Rui Dinh Q. Le
Li Wei Julian Schnabel Shao Yinong and Muchen Wang Keping anothermountainman (Stanley Wong)
10 Chancery Lane Gallery is a driving force in contemporary culture in Hong Kong and is one of the city’s most popular private galleries. The gallery is international in scope and represents artists from Asia and the West. The gallery has exhibitions in three spaces to exhibit larger scale projects at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery-Annex and the recently launched 10 Chancery Lane Gallery-Art Projects, both warehouses are in Chai Wan. Other artists that our gallery represents are: Shi Guorui and John Young among others.
Li Wei Life In The High 4 2007 Colour photograph 176 x 193.49 cm
206 5th Avenue, 5th floor New York, NY 10010 USA T +1 212 725 6092 F +1 212 725 6096 M +1 215 262 0586 email@example.com www.aicongallery.com
From its online inception to its current presence on both coasts of the United States and in Europe, Aicon Gallery has helped establish Indian contemporary art firmly amidst progressive art from all over the world. Aicon began as the first online gallery of Indian art based in the United States. The New York space opened in 2002, followed by Palo Alto (2004) and London (2007). Through all this growth, the fundamental principle that forms Aicon’s bulwark remains the same – building bridges through art. Aicon Gallery has also widened its focus and embarked into the world of contemporary art from Pakistan.
8 Hester Road London SW11 4AX United Kingdom T +44 207 801 2480 F +44 207 801 2488 M +44 782 459 5237 firstname.lastname@example.org www.albion-gallery.com
Albion is the only gallery in London to incorporate a major global programme that represents leading international artists including those from emerging markets. Dealing in the primary market, our exhibitions provide a worldwide view of social and cultural issues. Albion’s roster features artists from Africa, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, India, Japan, Luxembourg, Pakistan, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, The Netherlands, UK and the USA.
Gallery Artists Sana Arjumand Jayshree Chakravarty Adip Dutta G.R. Iranna Rathin Kanji
Riyas Komu Bose Krishnamachari Justin Ponmany Debanjan Roy T.V. Santosh
Adip Dutta The Requiem 2000 Fibreglass, painted acrylic sheets, lights 63 x 192 x 96 in
Gallery Artists Vito Acconci Cai Guo Qiang Peter Campus Jitish Kallat Atelier Van Lieshout
Mariko Mori Mithu Sen Chan Schatz Xu Bing Zhan Wang
Previously known as Michael Hue-Williams Fine Art, Albion opened its 16,000 sq. ft. riverfront space in the Foster Partners designed Albion Riverside in 2004, with a bold programme of exhibitions and special projects.
Xu Bing Poems of Longfellow 2007 Ink on paper, mounted 137 x 280 cm
Art Beatus Gallery 35-39 Graham Street, Ground Floor Central, Hong Kong 138 Queen’s Road Central, Third Floor Central, Hong Kong T +852 2522 1138 F +852 2905 1761 M +852 9106 5605 email@example.com www.artbeatus.com
Gallery Art Composition
Established in 1992, Art Beatus Gallery is affiliated to the Annie Wong Art Foundation, a non-profit organisation that aims at promoting Chinese contemporary art especially the works of young aspiring artists.
PIA West Square 1F 1-11-8 Tsukuda, Chuo-Ku Tokyo 104-0051 Japan T +81 3 5548 5858 F +81 3 5548 5545 firstname.lastname@example.org www.galleryartcomposition.com
Gallery Art Composition has been specialising in Japanese Art for 40 years. Three Gallery was incorporated with Gallery Art Composition in 2007 creating an international network. The gallery has two directors and two curators and supports young, talented artists, promoting them worldwide. The gallery’s focus is to develop Asian Surrealism.
Gallery Artists Pauline Chan Chen Jianguo Jolans Fung Gao Zengli Freeman Lau
Gallery Artists Li Yibing Liang Quan Luo Brothers Wang Nengtao Sara Tse
Yayoi Kusama Sekine Nobuo
Freeman Lau RolePlay Chair 2007 Wood and stainless steel 61.5 x 83 x 41.5 cm
Yayoi Kusama WOMEN CM 2003 Canvas, marker, acrylic 116 × 91.5 cm
1505a, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street Central, Hong Kong T +852 2530 9399 F +852 2530 9398
aura gallery, founded in Shanghai by William Zhang in 2001, has held many Chinese artists’ solo debuts and become the most significant gallery for collectors. Represented artists Yin Zhaoyang, Luo Quanmu, Maleonn, Qu Guangci, Zhu Hao are active both in China and internationally.
4/f Building 9, 2361 Yangshupu Lu Shanghai, 200090, China T +86 21 6595 0901 F +86 21 6595 0886 No.13 Dongfeng Art Park, No.1 South Tuofangying Chaoyang District, 100016, Beijing, China T +86 10 8459 8390 F +86 10 8470 7191 email@example.com www.aura-art.com
aura gallery has participated in Art Beijing, ShContemporary, ARCO, Melbourne Art Fair, Art Santa Fe and other important art fairs. aura gallery also collects international contemporary arts such as the works of Moriyama Daido, Roger Ballen, Marc Quinn, Anish Kapoor and Matthew Barney.
Gallery Artists Roger Ballen Liu Dahong Liu Wentao Luo Quanmu Qu Guangci
Yin Zhaohui Yin Zhaoyang Yin Zhaoyu Zhao Jifeng Zhu Hao
Luo Quanmu Butterfly Catcher 2007 Oil on canvas 204 X 250 cm
Yin Zhaoyang Diffusion 2008 Oil on canvas 150 X 220 cm
Beijing Commune 798 Art Zone No.4 Jiuxianqiao Road Chaoyang District Beijing, 100015, China T +86 10 8456 2862 F +86 10 8456 2862 M +86 139 1140 3171 firstname.lastname@example.org www.beijingcommune.com
Zhang Xiaogang 2007-Boy 2007 Silkscreen print, ed.68 148 x 205 cm
Bombay Art Gallery
Beijing Commune, located at the heart of Beijing’s art scene, the 798 Art District, stands as a model of ingenuity and originality. The artists represented are both established and emerging Chinese Contemporary artists who have been shown in a series of group and solo exhibitions. By means of a passionate, daring and academically inspired programme, Beijing Commune challenges and inspires their clients and audience to reflect upon the different facets of Chinese Contemporary art as a whole.
2/19, Kamal Mansion, 1st Floor Arthur Bunder Road Near Radio Club Colaba, Mumbai – 400 005 India T +91 22 6615 6796 M +98 2029 8263 email@example.com www.bombayartgallery.com
Young gallery showing figurative and abstract works with a classical and minimalist bent. Our artists draw from the huge Indian asthetic sense and milieu but are able to present it in an urban and modern idiom.
Gallery Artists Hai Bo Hong Hao Liu Jianhua Lu Hao Song Dong
Yin Xiuzhen Yang Shaobin Yue Minjun Zhang Dali Zhang Xiaogang
Shivani Aggarwal Yashwant Deshmukh Anita Dube Pandit Khairnar Rajan Krishnan
Bari Kumar Indrajit Prasad K. Reghunadhan Upendranath T.R.
Bari Kumar Surrender 2005 Oil on canvas 183 x 122 cm
Ben Brown Fine Arts
21 Cork Street 1st floor London W1S 3LZ United Kingdom T +44 207 734 8888 F +44 207 734 8892 firstname.lastname@example.org www.benbrownfinearts.com
Ben Brown Fine Arts opened in January 2004 after Ben Brown had spent ten years at Sotheby’s and two years as Managing Director of Waddington Galleries. Ben Brown specialises in top end international artists, with a strong focus on German photography, Italian painting and major trends in international art. He is on the committee of Arte Fiera Bologna after a two year stint on the committee of MiArt in Milan. He has organised exhibitions of international art in Hong Kong and takes part in Art Brussels and the Dubai Art Fair. His close collaboration with Candida Höfer has led to Ben Brown arranging the artist’s visits to Dublin and subsequent IMMA show, her invitation to Florence by the Palazzo Strozzi, to Naples by the Museo Capodimonte and to St. Petersburg by the Hermitage Museum. Ben Brown has recently taken a new larger space in London’s Brooks Mews which will open in June.
99-5, Chungdam Dong, Gangnam Gu Seoul, Korea T +82 2 511 0668 F +82 2 545 2239
Gallery Artists Tony Bevan Caio Fonseca Keith Haring Estate Candida Höfer Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne
Martin Mull Heribert C. Ottersbach Matthias Schaller Clare Shenstone Tseng Kwong Chi
Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne Pomme de Ben 2007 Bronze 122 x 92 x 85 cm
D2-D3, UG, Far East Finance Centre 16 Harcourt Road, Admiralty Hong Kong T +852 2527 7798 F +852 2527 7768 email@example.com www.caisgallery.com
Gallery Artists Choi Sang Ah Choi So Young Rhee Da Peter Halley Hong Kyoung Tack
Kim Eun Jin Lee Lee Nam Min Byung Hun Nam Tchun Mo Gary Simmons
Established in 1997, CAIS Gallery, located in the Gangnam area in Seoul, Korea, has been the foremost representative of contemporary Korean art. Starting with the inaugural exhibition, Gerhard Richter’s solo show, CAIS Gallery held exhibitions for experienced Korean artists such as Guiline Kim and Byung Hun Min and famous international artists such as Peter Halley, Gary Simmons and Ross Bleckner. In 2001, CAIS Gallery participated in NiCAF in Japan and with this starting point has further expanded into Asian, American and European art fairs to introduce active young artists such as Kyoung Tack Hong, So Young Choi, Eun Jin Kim, Rhee Da and others. CAIS Gallery Hong Kong was established in 2007, proving that CAIS Gallery becomes a truly international art gallery and has the ability to guide and develop within the international art market and art world.
Kim Eun Jin Counts in all the wrinkles of her life 2007 Pigment on canvas 140 x 180 cm
The Cat Street Gallery 222 Hollywood Road Sheung Wan Hong Kong T +852 2291 0006 F +852 2544 6100 M +852 9041 9181 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thecatstreetgallery.com
Gallery Artists Alex Beard Adam Bricusse David Bromley Thomas Fontini James Gordon
Camie Lyons David Mach Paul Robinson Stuart Semple Rupert Shrive
David Mach Cats Eyes 2007 Postcard and collage on board 165 x 165 cm
D06 The Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong is committed to exhibiting the best of international contemporary and modern art by both established and emerging artists.
Chatterjee & Lal
Chemould Prescott Road
Kamal Mansion First Floor Arthur Bunder Road Colaba, Mumbai 400 005 India T +91 22 6521 5105 F +91 22 2283 0100 M +91 98 2040 1975 email@example.com www.chatterjeeandlal.com
Chatterjee & Lal represents artists working in a range of media. Started in 2003 by husband and wife team Mortimer Chatterjee and Tara Lal, the gallery gives special attention to art produced in or with reference to South Asia. Based in downtown Colaba, in the heart of Mumbai’s art district, C&L is a leader in recognising and nurturing new talent.
Queens Mansion 3rd Floor G. Talwatkar Marg Fort Mumbai 400 001 India T +91 22 2200 0211 F +91 22 2200 0213 M +91 98 2005 0291 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gallerychemould.com
Chemould Prescott Road was inaugurated on 2 February 2007. A privately owned commercial art gallery, it was started as a branch concern of Gallery Chemould, one of India’s oldest (Est. 1963), leading contemporary art galleries, based in Mumbai. Founded by Kekoo and Khorshed Gandhy, the gallery has the distinction of having exhibited and represented the works of major artists, emerging from the first waves of India’s modernist and contemporary art movements in their solo shows. Shireen Gandhy, Chemould’s current director since 1988, is particularly interested in art that displays an interdisciplinary approach to practice and media.
Gallery Artists Minam Apang Mansi Bhatt Nikhil Chopra Sophie Ernst Shumona Goel
Kabir Mohanty Aditya Pande Rajesh Pullarwar Rashid Rana Sadanand
Atul Dodiya Tushar Joag Anant Joshi Jitish Kallat Reena Saini Kallat
Jagannath Panda Rashid Rana Mithu Sen Aditi Singh Hema Upadhyay
Rashid Rana Detail of Red Carpet - 1 Rashid Rana Red Carpet - 1 2007 C Print + Diasec 218 X 292 cm
Building 7, 2-3F, Ego Actliving Jia 16 Baiziwan Road, Chaoyang District Beijing, CN 100022, China T +8610 8774 6332 F +8610 8774 6339 M +1390 133 1599 email@example.com www.chinabluegallery.com
Established by Li Guosheng in Beijing in 2002, Chinablue Gallery represents a diverse mix of well established Chinese artists at the same time as supporting a strong group of young emerging artists.
545 W. 25th Street Chelsea Arts Tower 8th floor New York, NY 10001, USA T +1 212 255 8886 F +1 212 255 8848 M +86 10 8776 6137
Wang Qingsong Follow Me 2003 C-print, ed.10 120 x 300 cm
4-b-12A02 Hou Xiandai Cheng No.16 Baiziwan Road Chaoyang District Beijing, 100022, China info@ChinaSquareNY.com www.ChinaSquareNY.com
Gallery Artists Cao Hui Chen Bo He Duoling Mao Yan Qiu Xiaofei
The gallery deals in a wide range of artistic media including photography, painting, sculpture, installations and film, which it promotes at international art fairs and exhibitions all around the world.
Wang Chengyun Wang Qingsong Xiong Yu Zhong Song Zhou Wenzhong
J04 ChinaSquare exhibits Chinese contemporary artwork of cutting edge artists such as Xiang Jing, Guangci, Chen Jiagang, Zhu Wei, Yin Zhaoyang, Su Xinping, Zhong Biao, Ye Yongqing and many more. Through exhibitions, art fairs, and publications, ChinaSquare improves the accessibility of Chinese contemporary art to art historians, connoisseurs, museums and cultural institutions, critics and art enthusiasts. ChinaSquare works closely with these audiences to facilitate and develop the careers of Chinese contemporary artists, both academically and commercially.
Gallery Artists Mao Yan Su Xinping Ye Yongqing Zhang Xiaotao Zhao Nengzhi
Ye Yongqing Bird 2006 Acrylic on canvas 150 x 200 cm
The Columns Gallery
3/F No.19, Lane 252, Tun-Hua South Road Section1, Taipei Taiwan T + 886 2 8771 3372 F + 886 2 8771 3421 M + 886 93709 4493 firstname.lastname@example.org www.chiwengallery.com
Chi-Wen Gallery was founded by Joanne Huang Chi-Wen. Chi-Wen Gallery is the premiere gallery in Taiwan showing the best of contemporary Taiwanese art. Many of these artists use digital media such as Chen Chieh-Jen, Hung Tung-Lu, Peng Hung-Chih, Tsui Kuang-Yu, Wu Tien-Chang, Yuan Goang-Ming, Tseng Yu-Chin and Chen Shun-Chu. Chi-Wen Gallery has its pulse on today’s art while looking to tomorrow and represents artists whose work continues to grow in historical importance.
63-14, Chungdamdong Gangnamgu, Seoul 135100 Korea T +82 2 3442 6301 F +82 2 3442 6303 M +82 11 660 1651 email@example.com www.columns.co.kr
Other artists our gallery supports are: Lin Chuan-Chu,Hung Tung-Lu, Hsu Yu-Jen, Wu Tien Chang, Wang Wan-Chun and Yao Jui-Chung.
Established by Dong Jo Chang in 2002, the independent commissioner for 2004 Kwang Ju Bienniale, The Columns has firmly fixed its reputation as one of the most powerful galleries in Korea. With numerous international exhibitions and occasional gallery talks, The Columns aims at introducing both emerging and established artists to the Korean art scene. The gallery also emphasizes on debuting its artists to the foreign market by taking part in many art fairs worldwide. The latest exhibition showing nearly 30 most sought after artist of our era, including Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder to name a few, is currently drawing big attention from many art lovers not to mention the media. The Columns has opened another new space, ‘The White’ focusing on a group of Korean contemporary artists hoping to stage more creative talents to the art scene.
Alterazioni Video Chang Chien-Chi Chen Chieh-Jen Chen Shun-Chu Hung Chih-Yang
Peng Hung-Chih Tseng Yu-Chin Yeh We-Li Yu Peng Yuan Goang-Ming
Alterazioni Video dea 2008 Photogravure 48 x 48 cm (x9)
Gallery Artists Daniele Buetti Sun Ho Choi Kwang Young Chun Thomas Eller Ho Sup Hwang
Airan Kang Lina Kim Yeo Hyun Kwon Markus Linnenbrink Bill Thompson
Kwang Young Chun Aggregation 07-N076 2007 Mixed media with Korean mulberry paper 153 x 253 cm
Cook Fine Art
No. 181 Middle Jiangxi Road, G/F Shanghai, China 200002 T +8621 6323 1989 F +8621 6323 1988 firstname.lastname@example.org www.contrastsgallery.com
Contrasts Gallery, founded in Hong Kong in 1992, does not follow the established model of Western art galleries; rather, it has evolved from the philosophy of Chinese Literati art, which does not segregate or hierarchise art forms. The gallery exhibits multi-discipline artists and promotes cross-cultural exchange by inviting artists to create works that address contemporary China.
1063 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10028 USA T +1 212 737 3550 F +1 212 737 3440 M +1 917 306 5456 www.cookfineart.net
Contrasts’ programme encourages a re-evaluation of contemporary Chinese art by featuring works that synthesise Chinese sensibilities with an international visual language. Artists reinterpret Chinese traditions by fusing them with Western influences to express their feelings about the dynamic changes in China today.
Isidro Blasco Simon Casson Luo Xu Qian Gang Shao Fan
Sun Liang Wang Tiande Xue Tao Yin Yanhua Zhang Huan
Shao Fan Work No. 2 of Year 2006 2006 Acrylic, elm 171 x 90 x 89 cm
G08 Modern and contemporary, paintings, drawings photography.
Gallery Artists Miguel Rio Branco Vasily Kandinsky Justine Kurland Fernand Leger Henri Matisse
Joan Miro Vic Muniz Pablo Picasso Bettina Rheims Ed Ruscha
Miguel Rio Branco Touch of Evil 1994 Cibachrome 120 x 120 cm
doART Beijing / Gallery HYUNDAI
261, Caochangdi, Airport Service Rd Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100015 China T +86 10 8457 4530 F +86 10 8457 4560 email@example.com www.doartbejing.com
doART Beijing first opened in Caochangdi art zone in September 2007. doART Beijing strives to promote Chinese comtemporary art and introduce international contemporary art as well. doART Beijing will continue to promote promising artists through diverse and extraordinary exhibitions and will dedicate itself to the development of the Asian arts. The founding company of doART Beijing, The Gallery HYUNDAI, has been the leading art gallery in Korea since 1970. For 39 years, Gallery HYUNDAI has organised numerous exhibitions and has continuously invested great efforts in discovering and promoting artists with great potential.
80 Sagandong, Jongrogu Seoul, 110190 Korea T +82 2 2287 3500 F +82 2 2287 3520 M +82 10 6389 1460 firstname.lastname@example.org www.galleryhyundai.com
Gallery Artists Bae Joonsung Jia Aili Jiao Xingtao Qin Qi They (Tamen)
Jiao Xingtao Metamorphosis: Door 2006 Painted fiberglass 115 x 36 x 44 cm
Kim Sungjin Noh Sangkyoon Park Jaeyoung Shin Kiwoun
Qin Qi Wine 2007 Oil on canvas 190 x 250 cm
The Drawing Room
Metrostar Building 1007 Metropolitan Avenue Makati City, Philippines 1205 T +632 897 7877 F +632 890 7455 M +63 917 526 3419 email@example.com www.drawingroomgallery.com
The Drawing Room represents young eminent Filipino artists who concern themselves with universal contemporary issues. From vivid portrayals of popular culture to personal takes on cosmopolitan thinking, The Drawing Room is a hub of contemporary Philippine fine art. The gallery has been dedicated to propelling its artists internationally. It has participated in the 2007 Scope Miami, the Bridge Art Fair New York 2008, CIGE Beijing 2008 and has been a regular associate to Art Singapore since 2002.
5th Floor Building 6 50 Moganshan Lu Shanghai 200060, China T +86 21 627 69932 F +86 21 627 66313 firstname.lastname@example.org www.eastlinkgallery.cn
Gallery Artists Marina Cruz Kiko Escora Alvin Gregorio Kawayan de Guia Winner Jumalon
Nikulas Lebajo Jose Legaspi Maya Munoz Lirio Salvador Rodel Tapaya
Gallery Artists Dong Mingguang Guan Shi He Saibang He Yunchang Huang Yan
Jose Legaspi Untitled 2008 Pastel on paper 100 x 70 cm
Li Haifeng Qin Yifeng Shu Yong Yang Zhichao Zhao Qin
A09 Founded in 1999, Chinese-owned Eastlink was one of the first galleries in Shanghai and quickly established a reputation as one of the most critically acclaimed galleries in China. It has created a new platform for promoting Chinese contemporary art, somewhere between museum and commercial gallery. The pivotal exhibition “Fuck Off” was held here in 2000 and since then the gallery has continued to champion the work of China’s most innovative and challenging artists. The gallery’s programme of exhibitions reflects its commitment to supporting both emerging and established artists from across China.
Shu Yong Bubble Woman 2007 Bronze 60 x 80 x 60 cm
B2F, No. 243, Sec. 1, Dun-hua S. Rd. Taipei 10689, Taiwan T +886 2 2775 5977 (ext.588) F +886 2 2775 1490 email@example.com www.eslitegallery.com
Cai Guo-Qiang Paul Chiang Kuo Chwen Lien Chien Hsing Michael Lin
Paul Chiang Meditation on Eternity 25 2002 Oil on canvas 122 × 152 cm
With nearly two decades of history, Eslite Gallery was the first in Taiwan to dedicate itself to contemporary and modern art by artists from the Greater China region. The gallery represents both masters and award-winning young artists including Cai GuoQiang, Xu Bing, Liu Xiaodong, Michael Lin, Tsui Kuang-Yu and many more whose works appear in prestigious museums and art fairs worldwide. Eslite also works with overseas arts spaces and organisations as well as internationally acclaimed artists in the ranks of Hiroyuki Matsuura to offer an exciting array of artworks to collectors.
Liu Xiaodong Su Wong-shen Tsui Kuang-Yu Xu Bing Yuan Jai
Paul Chiang Silver Lake 07-20 2002 Oil on canvas 150 x 200 cm
Faurschou Beijing / Copenhagen
No.319 CaoChangDi Chaoyang District Beijing, 100015, China T +8610 6432 8831 F +8610 6432 8203 M +86 134 8870 9596 firstname.lastname@example.org www.f2gallery.com
F2 Gallery is located in the cutting-edge CaoChangDi area of Beijing adjacent to the world renowned 798 art district. The gallery is located in an idyllic traditional courtyard and distinguishes itself by its private surroundings, reflecting the very private relationship that the owners have with the artists whose work they collect and represent, and with their clients.
798 Art District, No.2 Jiuxianqiao Road Chaoyang District Beijing, 100015, China T +86 10 8459 9316 F +86 10 8459 9314 M +86 13 91012 1760 Beijing@Faurschou.com www.faurschou.com
F2 Gallery aims to contribute to the crosscultural exchange of blue chip and cutting edge contemporary art, in all its forms, between China and the West. Furthermore, F2 Gallery also provides specialist consultancy services to private clients, corporations, public institutions and museums.
Cao Yingbin Li Qing Sheng Qi Yin Zhaoyang
Yin Zhaoyang Submerging 2008 Oil on canvas 50 x 40 cm x 4
Feng Shu Liu Hun Xu Hualing Zheng Lu
In October 2006, F2 Gallery opened a sister gallery named DF2 Gallery in Los Angeles in cooperation with David Desanctis.
Georg Baselitz Michael Bevilacqua Wim Delvoye Erik A. Frandsen Michael Kvium
David Salle Thoughts 2007 Oil on linen 229 x 206 cm
Nina Sten-Knudsen Bjarne Melgaard Erik Parker David Salle Andy Warhol
D04 Galleri Faurschou originated in 1986 by Luise and Jens Faurschou in central Copenhagen, where it still remains. Faurschou opened a new 1.000 m2 gallery in Beijing, China on November 24th 2007. Faurschou’s new gallery is located in Beijing’s 798 Art District, the most significant gallery area and the most cosmopolitan part of Beijing. Recently, this area, which previously housed the military’s electronic factories has now been transformed into a culturally vibrant area with both Chinese and international galleries, private museums, designer shops, fashion boutiques, cafés and restaurants.
Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art D 178 Okhla Phase 1 New Delhi, 110 020 India T +91 11 6547 4005 F +91 11 2681 2973 email@example.com www.ficart.org
The Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art (FICA) is a non-profit organisation that hopes to broaden the audience for contemporary Indian art, enhance opportunities for artists, and establish a continuous dialogue between the arts and the public through education and active participation in public art projects and funding. We have established the Emerging Artist Award, Research Fellowship, Public Art Grant and Art for Children programming, in addition to hosting several panel discussions on current topics in contemporary Indian art. We believe that public programming can benefit all those participating in the making of contemporary Indian art, its practice and reception.
Rakhi Peswani For Louise II 2006 Mixed Media
Frey Norris Gallery
456 Geary Street San Francisco, CA 94102, USA T +1 415 346 7812 F +1 415 346 7877 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com www.freynorris.com
Frey Norris Gallery is an inviting space for contemporary art near Union Square in the center of downtown San Francisco. We feature art from the San Francisco Bay Area and Asia in a wide range of media and have hosted the American debuts of some of the most prominent artists in China, Korea, and Japan, including Zhong Biao, Inkie Whang, Koh Myung Keun and Shen Shaomin.
Since 2002, our exhibitions and artists have been featured in The International Herald Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, Art in America, ARTnews, Art Ltd., Art Week, 7x7 Magazine, The Economist, SF Weekly, KQED, NBC, ABC and NPR.
Susannah Bettag Zhong Biao Kate Eric Shen Shaomin Hisashi Tenmyouya Inkie Whang
Shen Shaomin Experimental Field No.2: Sunflowers 2007 Animal bone, cast bone meal, acrylic and rock salt 130 x 15 cm
Gana Art Gallery
Since its foundation in 1983, Gana Art Gallery has organized over 600 exhibitions. Its continuous participation in international art fairs and exhibitions has endowed the Korean art community with an advanced international status. Gana Art Gallery has been committed to providing the Korean public with exposure to important contemporary artists from abroad, such as Pierre Alechinsky, Tàpies, Sam Francis, Jasper Johns, Lichtenstein, Joan Miro, Baselitz, Wesselmann, Robert Longo, Jean Dubuffet, Kenneth Noland, Georges Braque, Vanessa Beecroft, Joel Shapiro, Keith Tyson and many other world renowned artists.
97 Pyeongchang-Dong Jongno-Gu, Seoul 110-846 Korea T +822 720 1020 F +822 395 2780 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ganaart.com
A11 The genesis of the ‘Contemporary Miniature’, a genre exclusive to Pakistan, is a vibrant rebirth of the traditional South Asian miniature. Pakistan’s current socio-political tensions have manifested themselves in the creative ingenuity of these artists. Gandhara Art will be predominantly showcasing this genre at ART HK 08.
21/F Sunshine Plaza 353, Lockhart Road Hong Kong F 65/2, Kehkashan, Blk 4 Clifton-Kehkashan Karachi, Pakistan
Gandhara Art is a curatorial and art publishing initiative, engaged in showcasing the work of Pakistan’s pioneering Modern artists, as well as the contemporary art of Pakistan’s next generation.
T +852 2592 9763 F +852 2592 9763 M +852 9268 6265 email@example.com www.gandhara-art.com
Our gallery programme at the Gandhara Art Space in Karachi, is complemented by exhibitions in Hong Kong’s public art spaces.
Gallery Artists Ahn Sung-Ha Ron Arad Back Seung-Woo Bae Bien-U Vanessa Beecroft
Do Sung-Wook Ji Yong-Ho Ko Young-Hoon Joel Shapiro Keith Tyson
Bae Bien-U Sonamu (Pine tree) 2007 C-print mounted on plexiglass in artist’s frame 300 x 150 cm (each)
Aisha Khalid Atif Khan Muddasar Manzoor Imran Qureshi
Talha Rathore Tazeen Qayyum Attiya Shaukat
Mudassar Manzoor Untitled 2007 Gouache on wasli (paper) 50 x 65 cm
Gebert Contemporary 558 Canyon Road, Santa Fe New Mexico 87501 USA T +1 505 992 1100 F +1 505 989 1991 544 S. Guadalupe St at the Railyard Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 USA T +1 505 983 3838 F +1 505 983 4848 7160 Main Street, Scottsdale Arizona 85251 USA T +1 480 429 0711 F +1 480 429 0713 1345 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice California 90292 USA T +1 310 450 9897 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gebertgallery.com
Fung Ming Chip Accidentally Passing 2006 Chinese ink on paper 70 x 69 cm
D05 Gebert Contemporary has two galleries in Santa Fe: an historic compound on Canyon Road and a new 558sqm space in the Railyard district near SITE Santa Fe. The Railyard project space was constructed to accommodate monumental sculpture and painting, as well as multi-media installations. Gebert Contemporary also has a spacious gallery in Scottsdale. Gebert Gallery in Venice, California is the newest institution in this family run organization. Sandro Gebert opened this gallery in April 2008. Gebert specializes in abstract painting, sculpture, and multi-media projects by an international group of artists. Most gallery artists are mid-career and established. Exhibited works come from Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Poland, Spain and the United States.
Gallery Artists Magdalena Abakanowicz Fung Ming Chip Johannes Girardoni Bernd Haussmann Jun Kaneko
Xavier Mascaró Marcia Myers Udo Nöger Keiko Sadakane Manolo Valdés
Jun Kaneko Untitled 2008 Glazed ceramic 81.28 x 83.82 x 30.48 cm
Galerie Grand Siècle
42 East 76th Street New York NY 10021 USA T +212 535 6954 F +212 535 0256 email@example.com www.goedhuiscontemporary.com
Michael Goedhuis opened Goedhuis Contemporary in London in 1995 and inaugurated the New York space in January 2002, after spending two decades specializing in early Asian art.
1F, No.17, Alley 51, Lane 12, Sec.3, Bade Rd., Taipei 10559, Taiwan T +886 2 2578 5630 F +886 2 2578 8659 M +886 9381 17743 firstname.lastname@example.org www.changsgallery.com.tw
Our current emphasis is on both the established and emerging Chinese artists working in Mainland China as well as Taiwan, Hong Kong, Paris, Berlin, New York and London. The only criterion for inclusion in the gallery’s exhibition network is the quality of work and its capacity to be relevant to, and significant for, the modern world.
Chen Wenbo Cui Xiuwen Gu Wenda Li Chen Ma Yahong
Ma Liuming Qin Feng Wei Dong Shao Yinong and Mu Chen Xu Bing
Qin Feng West Wind East Water 069 2004 Ink, coffee and tea on silk/cotton paper 159.7 x 158.8 cm
Today Goedhuis Contemporary, with offices in New York, London and Beijing, is dedicated to exhibiting and publishing the most meaningful contemporary art by artists of Chinese origin.
Gallery Artists Chen Wen-Chi Chen Yung-Hsien Fang Jiao-Huei Gu Gan Huang Hsin-Chien
Li Xin Shiau Bei-Chen Su Meng-Hung Wang Ke-Ping Yao Jui-Chung
G05 Galerie Grand Siècle has been established by Mr. Chang Hsueh Kung since 1999. Being the most remarkable new media art gallery in Taiwan, we present excellent works by young new media artists not only in our gallery but also at international art fairs in Europe, the USA, China and Korea. The latest fairs we have been to through the year 2007 and early 2008 were Diva New York, Loop Barcelona, ShContemporary Shanghai, ArtFair21 Cologne, Diva Paris and ARCO Madrid 08. Other artists that our gallery represents are: Wang Ya-Hui, Kuo I-Chen, Tao Ya-Lun, Wu Chun-Hui and Tseng Wei-Hao.
Yao, Jui-Chung Dust in the Wind : Big Taiwan/Taiwan Mobile 2008 Hand made paper, ink with gold leaf 140 × 46 cm
Grotto Fine Art
5a Porchester Place London W2 2BS United Kingdom T +44 20 7402 7125 M +44 78 0858 1333 email@example.com www.greencardamom.net
Green Cardamom is an international arts organisation. We develop and run visual arts projects with public museums and galleries. We also run a gallery programme and represent artists from Pakistan, South and Central Asia, and the Middle East. Green Cardamom works on a not-for-profit basis.
2/F 31C-D Wyndham Street Central, Hong Kong T +852 2121 2270 F +852 2121 2269 M +852 9106 2721 firstname.lastname@example.org www.grottofineart.com
F06 Established in 2001, Grotto Fine Art specialises in contemporary Hong Kong art. Featuring both emerging and well-known local Chinese artists, the gallery is devoted exclusively to Hong Kong art through curatorial projects and regular exhibitions of painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics and conceptual installations. As a consultant, Grotto Fine Art works with corporate and private collections and has placed works in important institutes around the world. Henry Au-yeung, Grotto’s director and chief curator, is a specialist in 20th Century Chinese art who writes, curates and lectures regularly in the field.
Other artists that our gallery represents are: Bani Abidi, Khadim Ali, Khalil Chishtee and Sophie Ernst.
Gallery Artists Hamra Abbas Faiza Butt Ruby Chishti Iftikhar Dadi & Elizabeth Dadi Ali Kazim
Gallery Artists Noa Lidor Mahbub Shah Mohammad Ali Talpur Nusra Latif Qureshi Muhammad Zeeshan
Iftikhar Dadi & Elizabeth Dadi They Made History, (detail, Gandhi) 1999-2005 Digital print mounted on lightbox 45.7 cm diameter x 12.7 cm deep
Halley Cheng Flora Fok Ho Sin-tung Sarah Lai Danny Lee
Joey Leung Wilson Shieh Angela Su Fiona Wong Wong Chung-yu
Ho Sin-tung A Little Creepy Crawler 2007 Mixed media on wood 86 x 47 cm
28 B, Pipewala Building 58/70 Shahid Bhagat Singh Road Corner of 4th Pasta Lane, Colaba Mumbai 400 005 India T +22 87 5839 / 22 87 6211 F +22 87 6210 email@example.com www.guildindia.com
The Guild Art Gallery, founded in Mumbai in late 1997, has established a major international reputation for its commitment to showing significant artists whose work is ambitious, challenging and intellectually driven. Since its inception, the Gallery’s mission has been to represent, support and nurture the work of emerging cutting edge artists possible for them to take risks and come up with ambitious projects. In 2006, The Guild Art Gallery opened an additional space in Manhattan’s Chelsea art district to expand and to forge new ties with communities overseas.
Gallery Artists Navjot Altaf Arunanshu Chowdhury Riyas Komu Bose Krishnamachari Prajakta Potnis
Sathyanand Mohan K.P.Reji N.N.Rimzon T.V.Santhosh Heeral Trivedi
Riyas Komu Mark Him 2007 Archival print, Ed. 1/9 188 x 127 cm
F05 The gallery Hakgojae is one of the leading galleries in Korea with a good reputation for its leadership in artistic and publishing fields since 1988. “Hakgojae” means “a house for learning old and create a new”. Living up to its name, Hakgojae Gallery seeks to link tradition and modernity through art. All exhibitions of modern, contemporary and traditional arts organized by Hakgojae for the last two decades have been respected for their authenticity and originality.
110-200 70, Sokyuk-dong Jongno-gu Seoul, Korea T +82 2 720 1524-6 F +82 2 720 1527 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hakgojae.com
Gallery Artists Chen Wenji Choi In-sun Chung Hyun Ian Davenport
Jia Youfu Kim Tschang-yeul Lee Bae Suk Chul-joo
Choi In-sun Walking on vertical horizontal - Boat House 2008 Oil on canvas 80 x 203 cm
Hakgojae is looking for artists who will long be remembered for their tremendous contributions to art and culture, and it arranges exhibitions that it believes will be spotlighted in the history of art. It is committed to becoming a place that is loved and appreciated by the art community.
Chung Hyun Untitled 1999 Resin, steel 215 x 60 x 67 cm
Hanart TZ Gallery 202 Henley Building 5 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong T + 852 2526 9019 F + 852 2521 2001 email@example.com www.hanart.com
Gallery Artists Major contemporary artists from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan
Galerie Reinhard Hauff
Hanart TZ Gallery was founded in 1983 to specialise in contemporary Chinese art, and continues to be the leading gallery in its field. Hanart TZ Gallery has pioneered the exhibition of experimental art from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and since the 1980s has co-operated with most of the important artists now recognized internationally. Its major exhibitions include sculptures by Taiwanese “Ju Ming” (Singapore National Museum 1986; Hakone Open-Air Museum 1995; Place Vedome, Paris 1997), a major retrospective of mainland radical scene, “China’s New Art Post 1989’; Video Art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, “Fast Forward” (Macau Contemporary Art Centre 1999, The Rudolfinum, Prague 2000). Hanart TZ Gallery is active in promoting new talents, and is constantly showing and publishing the work of emerging artists.
Paulinenstr. 47 70178 Stuttgart Germany T +49 711 60 9770 F +49 711 620 2667 M +49 175 412 0686 firstname.lastname@example.org www.reinhardhauff.de
Feng Mengbo Q2008 2008 Interactive installation Equipment: PC or Mac, projection or HD display, stereo sound system, unlimited
Galerie Reinhard Hauff (founded in 1995) identifies, experiments and critically examines the latest trends in international contemporary art production. The program of Galerie Reinhard Hauff explores the relationship between contemporary art and current cultural and political trends. We prioritize innovative and experimental work from the best of contemporary art production. We further quality in young artists and in new work by established artists - mixing strategies, ideas and talents to bring exciting impulses to the international art scene.
Gallery Artists Frank Ahlgrimm Daniele Buetti Annelise Coste Wolfgang Flad Jochen Lempert
Thomas Locher Josephine Meckseper Mark Pearson Julika Rudelius Stephen Willats
Frank Ahlgrimm Blockade 2008 Oil, acrylic and lacquer on canvas 200 x 280 cm
Galerie Kashya Hildebrand Talstrasse 58 8001 Zurich Switzerland T +41 44 210 0202 F +41 44 210 0215 M +41 79 549 6792 email@example.com www.kashyahildebrand.org
Gallery Artists Baba Anand Chen Yichu Cheng Guang Lalla Essaydi Li Tianbing
Min Jung-Yeon L’Intuition 2007 Acrylic on canvas 130 x 130 cm
Min Jung-Yeon Andrei Molodkin Cole Morgan Kathy Mueller-Moser Robert Schaberl
F10 The main focus of the gallery is to represent an international group of young, emerging artists. At ART HK 08 special interest will be given to artists from Europe, the Middle East and Asia (Austria, China, Korea, Morocco). Many of them highlight issues of censorship, the influence of globalization on their respective cultures and the resulting displacement. Most of these artists deal with notions of hybrid identities and cultural tension. They have an ongoing dialogue between the East and the West, the old and the new, the ancestral and the contemporary. Their works often reflect a certain displacement experienced due to the influence of Western culture on the East.
Gallery Caprice Horn
D09 The gallery founded in 2002 is committed to promote younger as well as more established artists, working in various media. The gallery is particularly interested in artists who reflect upon the international, cultural and normative influence of society. The international programme of contemporary art represented by the gallery includes works of photography, video, painting and installation.
Kochstrasse 60 10969 Berlin Germany T +49 30 4404 8929 F +49 30 4432 8965 firstname.lastname@example.org www.capricehorn.com
Gallery Artists Matthew Carver Daniel und Geo Fuchs Julia Fullerton-Batten Alona Harpaz Atta Kim
Li Wei Maleonn Maslen & Mehra Mitra Tabrizian Tae Hun Kang
Mitra Tabrizian Beyond the limits 2000 C-print 122 x 153 cm
Gallery IHN 141 Palpan-dong, Chongno-gu Seoul, 110-220 Korea T +82 2 732 4677 / 8 F +82 2 732 4679 M +82 11 9863 2448 email@example.com www.galleryihn.com
Gallery Artists Bae Joon Sung Hong Sung Chul Lee You Jin Whang In Kie Yoon Jeong Mee
Hong Sung Chul Perceptual Mirror_1010855 2008 Admixture on door panel 110 x 105 x 15 cm
C08 Gallery IHN has developed a reputation in organizing ambitious and innovative exhibitions of leading artists. The gallery moved to its present premises in the Sagan area, near Kyung-Bok Palace and the Blue House in August 1998. With its characteristic space including 2 showrooms, the gallery acts as a consultant to major museums and public art institutions and as a precursor to Korean contemporary art. Since its inception in 1989, Gallery IHN has held exhibitions specialising in contemporary Korean art including painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media and installations. The gallery currently represents the leading contemporary artists in Korea who are selected solely on the basis of their aesthetic quality and intellectual appeal. To fulfill its role as the leading fine arts gallery, Gallery IHN continues to not only host exhibitions of leading contemporary artists but also introduce young and rising artists.
Ingleby Gallery 6 Carlton Terrace Edinburgh EH7 5DD United Kingdom T +44 131 556 4441 F +44 131 556 4454 firstname.lastname@example.org www.inglebygallery.com
Gallery Artists David Austen Anna Barriball David Batchelor Ian Davenport Susan Derges
Ian Hamilton Finlay Callum Innes Peter Liversidge Garry Fabian Miller Sean Scully
Callum Innes Exposed Painting Royal Blue 2007 Oil on linen 212.5 x 202.5 cm
H03 Founded in 1998, Ingleby Gallery maintains an ambitious programme of exhibitions and off-site projects by established and emerging contemporary artists. In the past 10 years, we have secured a reputation as one of Scotland’s leading private galleries, renowned for the quality of our exhibitions and publications. Our programme maintains a strong curatorial focus, often presenting a contextual and cross-generational view of contemporary art practice. We represent established artists of international standing, alongside some of the most important Scottish figures of recent generations, whilst working hard to introduce and support younger, emerging artists. In August 2008 we will move from our existing gallery to a new 6000 sq ft space in Edinburgh’s city centre.
Bernard Jacobson Gallery 6 Cork Street London W1E 3NX United Kingdom T +44 207 734 3431 F +44 207 734 3277 email@example.com www.jacobsongallery.com
Gallery Artists Larry Bell Bram Bogart Helen Frankenthaler Pia Fries Shirley Kaneda
Amelia Johnson Contemporary
Modern and contemporary international art
G/F 6-10B Shin Hing Street Noho, Central Hong Kong T +852 2548 2286 F +852 2548 2287 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ajc-art.com
Amelia Johnson Contemporary is dedicated to promoting groundbreaking international contemporary art with a view to bringing something out of the ordinary to the Hong Kong audience. The gallery showcases the work of emerging as well as established artists, exhibiting its stable of acclaimed artists in Hong Kong and overseas. A strong component of our programme is our annual exhibition focusing on emerging artists. We are also strongly committed to supporting Hong Kong artists and feature many of the Territory’s up and coming artists in our exhibition line up.
Gallery Artists Phillip King Robert Motherwell Frank Stella William Tillyer Tom Wesselmann
Konstantin Bessmertny Eric Chan Caroline Yi Cheng Kum Chi Keung Lam Wai Kit
Nishizawa Chiharu Sally Smart Richard Winkworth Xing Danwen Larry Yung
Konstantin Bessmertny Remake: In the House of Levi 2007-08 Oil on canvas 210 x 373 cm
Larry Bell Cube #6 (Blue and Dark Grey) 2008 Glass coated with inconel and SIO 30.5 x 30.5 x 30.5 cm
gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis
gbk presents an eclectic stable of artists and diverse exhibition programme, focused by Barry Keldoulis’ preference for work that combines intellectual rigor, ideas and aesthetics.
285 Young Street Waterloo Sydney NSW 2017 Australia T +61 8399 1240 M +61 414 864 445 email@example.com www.gbk.com.au
Informed by his work in Australian museums and galleries after fifteen years in New York and Europe, Barry Keldoulis opened gbk in May 2003. From his former boss and mentor Henry Geldzahler (the first Commissioner of Cultural Affairs for the City of New York, and seminal Pop Art protagonist) Keldoulis has adopted as his maxim “art is what artists make, and this is what they are making now”. This has led Keldoulis, for whom contemporary art is a marriage of ideas and aesthetics, to work closely with artists, encouraging their ambitious projects and promoting them around the globe.
Gallery Artists Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy Debra Dawes Hayden Fowler Jonathan Jones Jitish Kallat
Jess MacNeil The Shape of Between 2006 Digital video 12 mins 59 secs (infinite loop)
Fiona Lowry Jess MacNeil Hitesh Natalwala Sarah Smuts-Kennedy Grant Stevens
Heyri Art Valley G-28, 1652-140, Beop-heong-li Tanhyun-myun, Paju-City, Gyeonggi-do Seoul, 413-841, Korea T + 82 31 957 6320, 6324 F + 82 31 957 6319 M + 82 11 9069 6317 firstname.lastname@example.org www.keumsan.org
As the leading independent gallery in the Heyri Art Valley, Seoul, Keumsan has supported and promoted the work of international and emerging artists in Korea, China, Japan and India. With galleries in Seoul, Tokyo and Beijing, Keumsan provides a venue for a rich cultural exchange between Asian artists and cultures.
Dashanzi Huantienei Yishucheng B-0024 Chaoyang Dist, Beijing, China T + 86 10 6436 6176, 6186 F + 86 10 6436 6186 M + 86 133 6639 6499 email@example.com www.chinakeumsan.com Yabe Bld. 1F 3-5-5 Higashi Nihonbashi Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 103-0004, Japan T + 81 3 5642 6137 F + 81 3 5642 6138 M + 81 80 1279 8938 firstname.lastname@example.org www.space355.jp
Through our involvement in a large number of international art fairs in the East Asian art world and North America, Keumsan Gallery has introduced Asian contemporary art to a wide range of audiences and global art markets. At the same time the gallery has established a strong network between collectors, galleries and artists within the international Asian art community.
Gallery Artists Choi Sun Joo Kang Airan Kim Joon Kim Sung Nam
Lee Ufan Liang Bin Bin Dileep Sharma Yu Fan
Kim Joon Bird Land - Armani 2008 Lambda print 100 x 175 cm
59-1 Sokyuk-dong Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-200 Korea T +82 2 735 8449 F +82 2 733 4879 email@example.com www.kukjegallery.com
Since opening in 1982, Kukje Gallery has been representing the most current and significant tendencies in Korean and international contemporary art. The gallery has exhibited major international artists such as Alexander Calder, Anselm Kiefer, Eva Hesse, Anish Kapoor, Louise Bourgeois, Damien Hirst, Jenny Holzer and Bill Viola.
Gallery Artists Ghada Amer Louise Bourgeois Alexander Calder Duck-Hyun Cho Damien Hirst
Yeondoo Jung Hye-Rim Lee Ki-Bong Rhee Ed Ruscha Andy Warhol
Ki-Bong Rhee Psyche - The Hole 2007 Plexiglas, acrylic and mixed media 191 x 130 cm
Kukje Gallery also plays an important role in developing the domestic art market and promoting Korean artists abroad. The gallery has successfully introduced many of the most critically acclaimed Korean artists including Yeondoo Jung, Duck-Hyun Cho and Ki-Bong Rhee to the international art world.
Andy Warhol Flowers 1964 Silkscreen on canvas 35.5 x 35.5 cm
Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery
2/F Hong Kong Diamond Exchange Building 8 Duddell Street, Central Hong Kong T +852 2580 0058 F +852 2518 8774 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kwaifunghin.com
Founded in 1991, Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery is a member of the Kwai Fung Group. The Group is veteran provider of a full range of art related services, including gallery, consultancy, lithographs and art book publication. The Group has built up a top class collection of, and is widely respected as the leading expert in Asia on, contemporary Chinese art. The Group has organised countless art exhibitions, including major shows at important museums and public spaces in Hong Kong and China.
Gallery Artists Fang Shao Hua Guo Jin Liu Hong Wei Ma Desheng Mao Xuhui
Liu Wei No Smoking 1999 Oil and graphite on canvas 187.3 x 249.6 cm
Pan Dehai Su Xin Ping Xue Song Yang Shao Bin Zeng Hao
Guo Jin Mr. Crow No.7 2007 Oil on canvas 220 x 280 cm
Galerie Hélène Lamarque 37, rue Vaneau 75007 Paris, France T +33 1 42 78 01 91 F +33 1 42 76 00 69 M +33 6 11 41 62 78 email@example.com www.galeriehelenelamarque.com
B04 Presenting international modern and contemporary art since 1994, Galerie Hélène Lamarque has begun specialising in contemporary Indian art. With non-Western art as a focal point, solo shows and thematic exhibitions highlight tendencies in contemporary art from India, as well as Afghanistan, Iran and Tunisia. Emerging and established artists compose a gallery programme whose goal is to introduce the dynamic work of such artists to audiences unfamiliar with the art of these regions.
108 rue Vieille du Temple Paris, 75003 France T +33 1 4271 0933 F +33 1 4271 8747 firstname.lastname@example.org 550 West 21rst Street New York, NY 10011, USA T +1 212 242 3611 F +1 212 242 3920 email@example.com www.yvon-lambert.com
Gallery Artists Anju Chaudhuri Chu Teh-Chun Debesh Goswami Anish Kapoor Prabhakar Kolte
Spencer Finch Kendell Geers Douglas Gordon Koo Jeong-A Bertrand Lavier
Riyas Komu Bose Krishnamachari Akbar Padamsee Abderrazak Sahli Vivan Sundaram
Jonathan Monk Charles Sandison Tsang Kin Wah Ian Wallace Tom Wesselmann
In 1966 Yvon Lambert opened his first Parisian gallery on the rue de L’Échaudé where he exhibited a great many American artists: Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Brice Marden, Robert Ryman, Tony Smith, Richart Tuttle, Cy Twombly, Lawrence Weiner, the tenants of Conceptual, Minimalist and land art. In 1986 he moved again to the magnificent glassroofed space on rue Vieille du Temple where he affirmed strong relationships with artists including Nan Goldin, Jenny Holzer, Joan Jonas and Anselm Kiefer. In 2003 Yvon Lambert consolidated his international position with the opening of a second gallery in Chelsea, New York, after having set up in the Hôtel de Caumont, Avignon in 2000 the Collection Lambert en Avignon, which stands today as an assembly of more than 500 art works by contemporary artists. Other artists represented are: Anna Gaskell, Loris Gréaud.
Vivan Sundaram Fly 2008 Digital photograph on archival paper, edition of 10 152 x 100 cm
Ian Wallace Untitled (At the Crosswalk II) 2007 Photolaminate with acrylic on canvas 4 panels, each 244 x 122 cm overall 244 x 488 cm
229 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10011 USA T +1 212 980 2400 F +1 212 741 8580 firstname.lastname@example.org www.maxlanggallery.com
Max Lang features works by leading Modern and Contemporary artists, as well as design furniture, in a striking venue. Situated in a two story, 4000 square foot building on 10th Avenue at 24th Street, the gallery serves as a gateway to the Chelsea art scene. Max Lang maintains a revolving exhibition program, surveying work by established masters such as Lichtenstein, Warhol, Picasso, Wesselmann, Judd, Rosenquist and Hirst, among others, as well as showcasing the work of leading contemporary artists such as Zhang Huan, Chuck Close, Franz Gertsch and Mrzyk & Moriceau.
Gallery Artists Jean-Michel Basquiat Keith Haring Sam Francis Damien Hirst Yayoi Kusama
Pablo Picasso Frank Stella Andy Warhol Yan Pei-Ming Zhang Huan
Zhang Huan Buddha Never Down with Feathers 2003 Painted aluminum, fiberglass and feathers 211 x 211 cm
B09 Langgeng Gallery was founded by its present director, Deddy Irianto, in 2002. The art space is located in Magelang, Central Java. In Jakarta, Langgeng Gallery provides an art space located at Kemang Raya St. The gallery is committed to promoting Indonesian and Asia-Pacific modern and contemporary fine art, especially paintings, drawings and sculptural art works. It is our goal to introduce the best contemporary artists from Indonesia to a global audience, and their counterparts in the AsiaPacific region to the Indonesian public.
Cempaka 8B, Magelang 56123 Central Java, Indonesia T +62 293 313338 F +62 293 313468 M +62 811 254683 email@example.com www.langgeng.net
Gallery Artists Arahmaiani Ay Tjoe Christine S Teddy D FX Harsono Agapetus A Kristiandana
Ugo Untoro VOW 2008 Oil on canvas 200 x 150 cm
Haris Purnomo Filippo Sciascia Srihadi Soedarsono Ugo Untoro Roberto Coda Zabetta
Haris Purnomo Alien 2008 Oil on canvas 180 x 200 cm
Sabina Lee Gallery 5365 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036 USA T +1 323 935 9279 F +1 323 935 1751 M +1 213 453 4389 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sabinaleegallery.com
Gallery Artists Joonsung Bae Seonghi Bahk Ik-Joong Kang Aragna Ker
Seiji Kunishima SungHong Min Gregg Renfrow
Joonsung Bae The Costume of Painter - Museum 2007 Oil and lenticular on canvas 133 x 160 cm
Sabina Lee Gallery was founded in 1993 by owner, Sabina Lee in downtown Los Angeles. In 2003, the gallery moved to its current location, and Sabina Lee Gallery has evolved representing emerging and established artists from diverse backgrounds whose works range from painting, sculpture, installations, video and photography. The gallery believes in the important role of art and culture in a multicultural city such as Los Angeles and will continue to introduce artists from diverse backgrounds to the public.
Osterfeldstrasse 6 22529 Hamburg Germany T +49 40 45 91 88 F +49 40 44 72 25 M +49 172 430 79 82 Thomas Levy M +49 172 583 45 51 Alexander Sairally email@example.com www.galerie-levy.de
Gallery Artists Cheng Yuzheng C.O. Paeffgen Allen Jones Mel Ramos Marc Lüders Rolf Rose Daniel Mohr Daniel Spoerri Estate of Meret Oppenheim Annette Streyl
C12 Galerie Levy was founded in 1970 by Hamburg resident Thomas Levy (b. 1947). With its multifaceted program, based not least on the pillars of Surrealism and Pop Art, Galerie Levy has earned a first rate reputation among German and European galleries through the past decades. Galerie Levy is the exclusive representative, as primary gallery, of artists Allen Jones, Marc Lüders, C.O. Paeffgen, Mel Ramos, and Daniel Spoerri, among others. It also represents the estate of Meret Oppenheim, in close coordination with that artist’s family. Since September of 2004 the gallery has been located on the outskirts of Eppendorf in a loft-like space that offers fantastic possibilities for the presentation of art. The interior of the gallery is no less impressive than the enchanted exterior areas with their sculpture garden. The artworks on display have all the space they need within the gallery’s two expansive exhibition rooms. Since the implementation of LEVY 1st VIEW in 2004 the gallery has also become more involved in the mediation and development of emerging contemporary artists.
Cheng Yuzheng Installation view Cheng Yuzheng exhibition at Galerie Levy September 2007
612 North Almont Drive Los Angeles, California 90069 USA T +1 310 550 0050 F +1 310 550 0605 M +1 310 463 1920 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mbfala.com
1-18-4-3F Ebisu, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-0013 Japan T +81 3 3445 8988 F +81 3 3445 8988 email@example.com www.magical-artroom.com
A05 “Magical” is a new type of art space where we not only scout and introduce Japanese and Asian young talents through exhibitions but also create some sort of structure in order to provoke and stimulate the Japanese art scene via publications, events and lectures. The space is directed by Kentaro Ichihara, Satoshi Okada, Shigeo Goto and Hiro Sugiyama, and Haruka Ito runs the office.
Gallery Artists Martin Denker LeRoy Grannis Alison Jackson Mona Kuhn Saul Leiter
Jean-Baptiste Mondino Jehad Nga Erwin Olaf Massimo Vitali Brigitte Waldach
Martin Denker CandylandTV 2008 Chromogenic print on diasec in artist’s frame 180 x 240 cm, ed. 6
Fumiaki Akahane Miyuki Akiyama Takehiko Hoshino Hyon Gyon Tadasuke Iwanaga
Hitoshi Kuriyama Miyako Masaki Daisuke Ohba Emi Otaguro Eye Yamataka
Hyon Gyon Ki Do Ai Raku 2008 Acrylic on canvas 227 × 182 cm
4, Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District 798 Art Factory, Beijing 100015 China T +86 10 6433 4055 F +86 10 6433 4055 firstname.lastname@example.org www.marellabeijing.com
Marella Gallery was founded in 1994 and opened its present main space in Milan in 1998. Its activity is based on researching works across Europe, America and, since 2001, also China. The Gallery has been exhibiting paintings and photos, as well as videos and new media works. In 2005, Marella Gallery opened a new space in Beijing, inside the prosperous 798 Art Factory area. It focuses on Chinese artists’ solo shows, on projects suggested by young international curators and on foreign artists’ exhibitions in order to promote a cultural exchange between different experiences.
Gallery Artists Cui Xiuwen Feng Zhengquan Han Yajuan He Sen Jiang Zhi
Liu Ding Ma Liuming Shi Jinsong Wang Qiang Yang Qian
Wang Qiang Optical Games in a Limited Freedom 2008 Show - Installation view
Marlborough Fine Art (London) Ltd
6, Albemarle Street London W1S 4BY United Kingdom T +44 20 7629 5161 F +44 20 7629 6338 email@example.com www.marlboroughfineart.com
Impressionists and Post-Impressionists Twentieth Century European Masters German Expressionists Post War American Artists
Gallery Artists Frank Auerbach Fernando Botero The Estate of Chen Yifei Chuh Teh Chun Stephen Conroy
Modern Masters prints, Contemporary publications and photographs available from Marlborough Graphics, London and New York
Lucian Freud Fernand Leger Aristide Maillol Manolo Valdés Zhang Qikai
Francis Bacon Man at a Washbasin 1989 - 90 Oil on canvas 198 x 147.5 cm
Pablo Picasso Trois Femmes a la Fontaine 1921 Pastel on paper on canvas 66 x 50.8 cm
Galerie Eric Mircher 26, rue Saint Claude 75003 Paris, France T â€ƒ +33 1 4887 0213 Mâ€ƒ +33 6 8998 0797 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mircher.com
Gallery Artists Sylvie Fajfrowska Max Streicher Yin Qi
Max Streicher Horses (2) 2008 Nylon spinnaker, electric fans 250 x 200 x 100 cm each
A01 Galerie Eric Mircher has been open for three years and is now well-known for exhibiting work by midcareer European painters such as Martin Kasper and Sylvie Fajfrowska. However, they also offer an opportunity to non-European artists such as Michael McMillen and Steve Galloway from California and Max Streicher from Canada to show their art to the French public. Many of the artists represented have their work displayed in private and institutional collections and participate in national and international, solo and group exhibitions. The gallery has participated in the main European art fairs and is very happy to bring their exhibition for the first time to the Chinese art market.
168 Day Street Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia T +61 2 9283 2903 F +61 2 9283 2909 email@example.com www.morigallery.com.au
Gallery Artists Daniel Boyd Danielle Freakley Tim Johnson Narelle Jubelin Fiona MacDonald
Daniel Boyd King No Beard 2008 Oil on canvas 122 x 167.2 cm
Susan Norrie Luke Parker Catherine Rogers Sangeeta Sandrasegar Toni Warburton
Sangeeta Sandrasegar Untitled #11 from the series Theatre Of The Oppressed 2008 Paper foil, cartridge paper, watercolour 44.5 x 47 cm
Nanzuka Underground Shibuya ibis Building B1F 2-17-3 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-0002 Japan T +81 3 3400 0075 F +81 3 3400 1057 M +81 80 3514 9145 info@NUG.jp www.NUG.jp
J06 Nanzuka Underground mainly deals with avantgarde artists symbolizing the Japanese Post-War generation and Japanese young artists who succeed its genealogy. Besides Japanese artists, international artists who are exploring new possibilities in the art of the 21st century are also represented.
Mishima Akiyoshi Yomar Augusto Paul Davis Alexander Gelman Tsukuda Hiroki
55, Rue de Lille 75007 Paris France Domaine les Charles 113, Chemin de la Pierre Plantée 83490 Le Muy France The Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street, Suite 1302 New York, NY 10022 USA
Gallery Artists Tanaami Keiichi MUSTONE Ukawa Naohiro Anekawa Taku Kurokawa Tomoki
T +33 1 45 61 91 91 F +33 1 45 61 03 23 firstname.lastname@example.org www.enriconavarra.com
Tanaami Keiichi Dazzling Curves 2007 Acrylic on screened painting 194 × 145.5 cm
Gallery Artists Jean-Michel Basquiat Ravinder Reddy Subodh Gupta Andy Warhol Keith Haring Tom Wesselmann Jean Pierre Raynaud Yue Minjun Navin Rawanchaikul Zao Wou-ki
Andy Warhol Mao 1972 Felt pen on paper 108 x 149 cm
Anna Ning Fine Art Room 101, 1/F, St. George’s Building No. 2 Ice House Street Central, Hong Kong T +852 2521 3193 F +852 2810 9228 email@example.com www.annaningfineart.com
Gallery Artists Ai Xuan Chen Wei Chiu Yatsai Ding Hong Guo Wei
Gallery on Old Bailey
D12 Anna Ning Fine Art was founded in 2005 as an exclusive private gallery and art consultancy. The gallery is dedicated to promoting and exhibiting contemporary Chinese art by both established and emerging artists. With her extensive experience in the contemporary art world, owner Anna Ning is able to provide not only art consultancy but personalised advice to art lovers and collectors worldwide. The gallery applies a rigorous selection procedure to ensure that the highest quality artworks from China are shown to a wider international audience.
He Duoling Jiao Xingtao Jing Ke Wen Tsui Tin Yun Ye Yongqing
G/F No 17, Gallery on Old Bailey Central, Hong Kong T +852 2869 7122 F +852 2869 7622 firstname.lastname@example.org www.galleryonoldbailey.com
Gallery on Old Bailey is one of the most well reputed and innovative contemporary art galleries in Hong Kong. The gallery was first established in 1999 and ever since then it has played an important role in promoting contemporary Chinese fine arts within the region. It aims to introduce quality artwork from China to an increasingly appreciative crowd. Gallery on Old Bailey is home to museum ground-breaking exhibitions of contemporary Asian arts.
The Gallery represents an impressive stable of established and emerging artists, and had held many successful exhibitions for prominent artists such as Yan Lei, Hong Hao, Li Shijin, He Jia and many more, winning wide acclaim and respect from worldwide collectors and buyers.
He Jia Yan Lei
Jing Kewen Together 2004 Oil on canvas 200 x 150 cm
He Jia Diver 2007 Oil on canvas 200 x 320 cm
One and J. Gallery 130-1 Kahoi Dong, Jongro Gu Seoul 110-260 Korea T +82 2 745 1644 F +82 2 745 1642 email@example.com www.oneandj.com
Gallery Artists Kim Jongku Kim Suyoung Park Jina Suh Dongwook
Yoo Seungho Yoon Bohyun Yum Joongho
Kim Jongku Steel Powder Painting (Triptych) (Installation View) 2007 Steel powder on canvas, mixed media 340 x 720 cm
C10 One and J. Gallery was founded in 2005 and works with emerging contemporary artists. The gallery has quickly established a reputation as a platform for the advancement of contemporary art in Korea and throughout Asia. The gallery’s artists have participated in the Gwangju Biennale, Busan Biennale, Singapore Biennial, Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, and the EchigoTsumari Triennial. Select group exhibits include: The Elegance of Silence and Another Landscape (Mori Museum); Fiction @ Love (MoCA Shanghai); Art Spectrum (Samsung Museum of Art); Domicile Public / Private (St. Etienne Museum of Modern Art); and the Korean Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
5/F, Kian Dai Building, 73-75 Hung To Road Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong T +852 2793 4817 F +852 3007 2988 firstname.lastname@example.org www.osagegallery.com
Gallery Artists Charlie Co Jiang Zhi Kingsley Ng Li Xinping Miao Xiaochun
Geng Xue Sun Yuan + Peng Yu Shen Shaomin Xu Xiaoguo Xu Zhongmin
Osage is a gallery group with exhibition spaces in Hong Kong, Bejing, Singapore and Shanghai. Our exhibition philosophy explores four broad themes: Art of Ideas promote new voices, new vision, new ideas and new styles. Art of Communication presents art that spurs the imagination and which could offer various and sometimes even radical experience. Art of Understanding includes work that addresses local and national concerns, universal themes that go beyond national concerns, or issues of diversity and difference. Art of Engagement aims to present work that celebrates the achievements of humanity together with its limitations and failure. The galleries are dedicated to the exhibition, promotion and development of contemporary artists, arts and ideas.
Li Xinping The Canon 2007 Oil on canvas 250 x 300 cm
Ota Fine Arts
G09 Ota Fine Arts was founded in 1994 in Ebisu area, Tokyo. Since the opening of the gallery, we have been representing Yayoi Kusama who is now internationally very well recognized. In 2003, the gallery moved to Roppongi and recently relocated to a larger space in the Tokyo Bay area.
2-8-19-4B Kachidoki Chuoku, Tokyo 1040054 Japan T +81 3 6273 8611 F +81 3 6273 8612 email@example.com www.otafinearts.com
We take this relocation to showcase our programmes with more diversity than ever. We encourage artists to have varied international exhibitions as well as domestic activities.
Gallery Artists Akira the Hustler Bu Bu de la Madeleine Yayoi Kusama Tomomi Maekawa Takao Minami
Masayasu Mitsuke Tsuyoshi Ozawa Hiraki Sawa Yoshiko Shimada Nobuaki Takekawa
Ota Fine Arts also represents: SHINCHIKA.
Pékin Fine Arts
No 241 Cao Chang Di Village, Cui Ge Zhuang Chaoyang Distreict, Beijing 100015 China T +86 10 5127 3220 F +86 10 5127 3223 M +86 139 0117 1429 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pekinfinearts.com
Pékin Fine Arts is a Beijing-based art gallery with over 600 square meters of exhibit space designed by Beijing-based artist/architect Ai Weiwei. Pékin Fine Arts strives to represent and to promote innovative contemporary artists, mainly from Asia, focusing on individuals adept at working in a wide-variety of media, with experience in both domestic and international exhibitions. Gallery Director: Gallery General Manager:
Gallery Artists Huang Zhiyang Lin Tianmiao Marvin Mintofang Suling Wang Wang Shugang
Xu Bing Zhan Wang Bae Hyung Kyung Choi Jeong-Hwa Hwang Changha
Yayoi Kusama Dots Obsession 1999 Mixed Media Dimension variable
Huang Zhiyang Zoon – Beijing Bio 07- 08 x 2 (Diptych) 2006 - 2007 Ink painting on silk 475 x 140 cm (x 2)
Meg Maggio Kei Nakamura
F03 Peres Projects also represents: assume vivid astro focus, Antonio Ballester Moreno, Kaye Donachie, Mark Titchner, Bruce LaBruce, Amie Dicke
Schlesische Str. 26 10997 Berlin Germany T +49 30 6162 6962 F +49 30 6162 7066 969 Chung King Road Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA T +1 213 617 1100 F +1 213 617 1141 email@example.com www.PeresProjects.com
Chilehaus C, Pumpen 8 20095 Hamburg, Germany T +49 40 3037 4686 F +49 40 3037 4688 M +49 171 534 3619 firstname.lastname@example.org www.flopetersgallery.com
Though specialising in B/W-photography of the 20th century, Flo Peters Gallery also shows a selected group of contemporary photographers. Founded in 2005, the gallery shows single and group-exhibitions including well-known artists such as Elliott Erwitt, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Andreas Feininger, Mark Seliger and J.H. Lartigue, just to name a few. Located in the “Chilehaus”, a landmark building in downtown Hamburg, the gallery´s large exhibition space is a must for every photography art lover and collector.
Gallery Artists Dan Attoe Joe Bradley Dan Colen John Kleckner Terence Koh
Flo Peters Gallery
Alfred Eisenstaedt Elliott Erwitt Andreas Feininger J.H. Lartigue Robert Lebeck
Paul Lee Kirstine Roepstorff Dean Sameshima Agathe Snow Dash Snow
Terence Koh Apocalypse Now (GOD) 2007 C-print with paint, ink, glitter in custom artist frame 182 x 122 cm
Herbert List Sylvia Plachy Marc Riboud Thorsten Schimmel Mark Seliger
Herbert List “At the Mediterranean Sea”, Liguria, Italy, 1934 1934 Vintage silver gelatin print 24 x 20 cm
Galerie Photonet Taunusstrasse 43 65183 Wiesbaden Germany T +49 611 599 0701 F +49 611 599 0702 M +49 171 834 6501 email@example.com www.photonet-online.de
The Photonet Gallery was founded in 1999. The gallery’s programme moves between the period of early modern and young contemporary. A third emphasis is 20th century photography.
46-C Cao Chang Di, Chaoyang District Beijing 100015, China T +86 10 8456 7429 F +86 10 8456 7482
137-1 Hwa-dong, Jongro-gu Seoul 110-210, Korea T +82 2 734 9467 F +82 2 734 9469 79 Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu Seoul 135-954, Korea
Founded in 2001 by Park Kyung-mee, PKM Gallery has positioned itself at the forefront of contemporary art within South Korea and the international art market. PKM Gallery’s program presents broad ranging issues and trends in contemporary art throughout its three venues. In 2006, PKM Gallery expanded into China as one of the first major international galleries in the Caochangdi art district of Beijing. In April of this year, PKM Gallery opened its third space PKM Trinity Gallery in Seoul’s Cheongdam area, an emerging cultural center for art galleries and high-fashion.
Gallery Artists Paul Almasy Roger Ballen Max Baur Thomas Herbrich Werner Mautz
Roger Ballen Lunchtime 2001 Photograph 40 x 40 cm
Gallery Artists Albert Renger-Patzsch Ramune Pigagaite Michael Schnabel Claus Stolz Jan Wenzel
Jonas Dahlberg Olafur Eliasson Steven Gontarksi Michael Joo Lee Bul
Noori Lee Sangnam Lee Moon Beom Jorge Pardo Wang Qingsong
Jonas Dahlberg Three Rooms: Location Study - Bedroom 2008 Lambda print 125 x 187 cm
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
F01 Swiss and international contemporary art.
Limmatstrasse 270 8005 Zurich, Switzerland T +41 43 444 7050 F +41 43 444 7060 firstname.lastname@example.org www.presenhuber.com
The gallery also represents: Emmanuelle Antille, Monika Baer, Martin Boyce, Angela Bulloch, Valentin Carron, Verne Dawson, Trisha Donnelly, Maria Eichhorn, Douglas Gordon, Candida Höfer, Hugo Markl, Andrew Lord, Richard Prince, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Dieter Roth, Eva Rothschild, Jean-Frédéric Schnyder, Josh Smith, Beat Streuli, Sue Williams.
Gallery Artists Doug Aitken Urs Fischer Peter Fischli / David Weiss Sylvie Fleury Liam Gillick
G/F BMP Building N A Sawant Marg, NR Colaba Fire Station Colaba, Mumbai 400 005, India T +91 22 2281 0066 / 2281 0099 F + 91 22 2281 0099 M + 98 2028 8858 email@example.com www.project88.in
Mark Handforth Karen Kilimnik Ugo Rondinone Steven Shearer Franz West
Ugo Rondinone 3. April 2007 2007 Acrylic on linen Dyptich: 2 paintings each with diameter 220 cm
Mahesh Baliga Sarnath Banerjee Atul Bhalla Bhagyanath C Chirodeep Chaudhuri
Neha Choksi Minal Damani Rohini Devasher Vibha Galhotra Praneet Soi
Praneet Soi Pieta 2008 Acrylic on linen 157.5 x 122 cm
Project 88, located in Colaba, the art district of Mumbai, opened in April 2006 with new works of Bharti Kher in an exhibition titled ‘Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons because you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup.’ Housed in a century-old metal printing press, the industrial aesthetics and the cavernous 4000 square feet interiors perfectly lend itself to showcase the new emerging art of India. The gallery programme focuses on contemporary art from within India, as well as the diaspora, and also has shown artists from other Asian countries such as Japan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
PYO Gallery 258-79 Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu Seoul, Korea T +82 2 543 7337 F +82 2 790 0595 Jiuchang Art District, Beihuqu Rd Anwaibeiyuan St, Chaoyang District Beijing, China T +86 10 5202 3814 F +86 10 5202 3813 1100 S Hope Street, Suite 105 Los Angeles, CA 90015 USA T +1 626 535 3310 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pyoart.com
Red Bridge Gallery
PYO Gallery opened its gallery space in 1981 in the heart of Seoul, Korea. Since the opening, the gallery has gained reputation for exhibiting progressive Modern and Contemporary fine art in all genres. PYO Gallery has placed intense effort in promoting Asian Art worldwide and such efforts allowed the gallery great international recognition, increasing international artist-line and collector base.
H&H Space Building 3 No 570 West Huaihai Road Shanghai, China T +86 21 6280 1089 F +86 21 6280 5361 M +86 21 139 1661 1522 email@example.com www.redbridge.com.cn
Red Bridge Gallery mainly concentrates on the finding, assembling, and accelerating of the fresh blood of Chinese contemporary art. Other artists our gallery represents: Shang Yixin, Fang Zhou, Shu Yang, Tang Yang, Zhang Jinxi
As the international expectations grew, it became necessary for PYO gallery to open a 2nd gallery space. In March 2006, PYO Gallery Beijing was launched in the Jiuchang Art District in Beijing, allowing the gallery to promote its art more effectively. Moreover, another office in LA has recently opened.
Gallery Artists Hou Chun Ming Ji Dachun Kim Tschang-Yeul Lee Yong-Deok
Kim, Tschang- Yeul Recurrence 2000-2004 Acrylic and oil on canvas 227.2 x 181.8 cm
Gallery Artists Lin Tian Lu Nan Chao Park Sung-Tae THEY (Tamen)
He Wei Huang Yuxing Lin Guocheng Liu Wei Lou Shenyi
Mao Xuhui Po Shui Shi Xinji Tang Zhigang Xu Ke
Liu Wei Landscape 2006 Oil on canvas 50 x 70 cm
Red Gate Gallery
Felix Ringel Gallery
Dongbianmen Watchtower Chongwenmen, Beijing 100600 China T +86 10 6525 1005 F +86 10 6432 2624 M +137 010 787 21 firstname.lastname@example.org www.redgategallery.com
Red Gate was founded in 1991 by Australian, Brian Wallace with a mission to provide a professional gallery for young Chinese artists. This was undertaken at a time when there were no other galleries and contemporary Chinese art was virtually unknown. The gallery has expanded its mission and now undertakes international exchanges and operates an artist in residence program of international standing.
Heinrich-Heine-Allee 15 40213 Dusseldorf Germany T +49 211 602 9900 F +49 211 602 9999 M +49 172 213 8889 email@example.com www.felixringel.com
International contemporary painting, photography and sculpture focusing on the energetic aspect of artwork.
Gallery Artists Guan Wei Jiang Weitao Liu Qinghe Sheng Qi
Su Xinping Wang Yuping Zhou Jun
Zhou Jun Bird’s Nest No. 3 2006 Photograph 50 x 76 cm; 120 x 186 cm (ed. of 10)
Franz Baumgartner Ross Bleckner Martin Golland Jon Groom Guan Yong
Han Lei Joerg Immendorff David Rankin Max Streicher Qi Yang
Ross Bleckner Birds 2003 Oil on canvas 26 x 21 cm
Röntgenwerke AG 2-5-17 Nihonbashi Bakuro-cho Chuo-ku Tokyo Japan T +81 3 3662 2666 F +81 3 3662 2666 M +81 90 1840 0063 firstname.lastname@example.org www.roentgenwerke.com
Since 1991, Röntgenwerke AG has always been one of the leaders of contemporary art from Japan, and recently opened a new space named Radi-um. We represent artists who have not only technical but also aesthetic appeal. Our selection of artworks are based on mottoes such as ‘hyper technik’, ‘ solid shock’ and ‘clever beauty’.
Galerie Stefan Röpke
A03 The Gallery Stefan Röpke, founded in 1993 in Cologne, is focusing on the representation of an international group of contemporary artists whose diverse practices include painting, drawing, sculpture and photography.
St. Apern-Strasse 17-21 50667 Cologne Germany T +49 221 25 5559 F +49 221 25 5742 email@example.com www.galerie-roepke.de
In 1998 a second space was incorporated in Madrid.
Gallery Artists Katsuyo Aoki Shinichiro Arakawa Seiji Aruga Yusuke Ishikawa Sakan Kan-No
Koichiro Kutsuna Hideki Kuwajima Ryuichi Ohira Yoshihiko Satoh Shuji Yamamoto
Sakan Kan-No ER0104080 2008 Urethane and acrylic paint on canvas mounted on panel 45 x 45 x 5.5 cm
Edward Burtynsky Martín Chirino José Cobo Aleksandar Duravcevic Sharon Harper
Robert Mapplethorpe Cveto Marsic Max Neumann Bernardí Roig Keisuke Shirota
Max Neumann Untitled September 2006 Oil and vinyl on canvas 200 x 100 cm
Rossi + Rossi 16 Clifford Street London W1S 3RG United Kingdom T +44 207 734 6487 F +44 207 734 8051 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rossirossi.com
Gallery Artists Gade Tsewang Tashi Gonkar Gyatso Tsering Nyandak Nortse Palden Weinreb Tenzing Rigdol Kesang Lamdark
Gonkar Gyatso God series - 3 2008 Sticker, papercut on treated paper 58 x 76 cm
A13 Rossi + Rossi’s new enlarged premises in 16 Clifford Street, Mayfair, London reflects Rossi + Rossi’s deep interest not only in the art and culture of the past but also in the vibrant and innovative art being produced by Asian artists today. Rossi + Rossi bring to their choice of contemporary artists and work the same principle and aesthetic they have applied in the last 25 years in showcasing rare and exceptional antique pieces. Rossi + Rossi’s contemporary Asian art exhibitions have been met both with critical acclaim and a positive audience response. Alongside these exhibitions they have staged forums and various discussion groups with the artists, scholars, critics, collectors and the public. Catalogues written by leading scholars accompany most exhibitions.
Galerie Schübbe Projekt
Galerie Schübbe Projekt was founded in 1990 in Düsseldorf in the heart of the city’s art mile, close to the famous art academy, the museum “K20”, the “Kunsthalle” and 10 minutes walk from the “K21”. The project room is situated in an old historical building. The Düsseldorf art scene was founded in this street. The project room is a forum for young artists to create their first installations. Galerie Schübbe Projekt’s main objective is to expose and establish young, contemporary art at international platforms.
Neubrückstrasse 6 40213 Düsseldorf Germany T +49 211 328985 F +49 211 328985 M +49 171272 6063 Schuebbe@aol.com www.gallery-schuebbe.com
Gallery Artists Yukako Ando Piot Brehmer Li Ji Kai Li Qiang Ivo Lucas
Nashun Nashunbatu Tianhong Sheng Junior Toscanelli Carl Emanuel Wolff Zhou Yunxia
Gallery Program: International contemporary art Chinese art
Zhou Yunxia Mysterysation of the Heaven 2003-2006 Rice paper, ink 400 x 200 cm
Michael Schultz Gallery Mommsenstraße 34 10629 Berlin Germany T +49 3031 9913-0 F +49 3031 9913-50 email@example.com www.galerie-schultz.de No 319, Cao Chang Di Cui Ge Zhuang Village Chaoyang District, Beijing 100015 China T +86 10 6432 5093 F +86 10 6432 5073 M +86 139 0104 5042 firstname.lastname@example.org www.schultz-gallery-beijing.com 211 Nature Poem 118-17 Chungdam-dong Kangnam-gu Seoul, Korea T +82 2512 6470 F +82 2512 6471 email@example.com www.schultzgallery.co.kr
Huang He Dream series, No. 1 2007 Oil on canvas 230 x 540 cm
Seomi & Tuus Gallery
G11 Michael Schultz Galleries represent German and international painters and sculptors. Besides representing works from classical modernism, the gallery programme strives to support contemporary art and emerging artists. For the past five years Michael Schultz has been working intensively with the Korean art market. Numerous collaborations have resulted not only in showing German artists in Korea, but also opening up the European market for young Korean artists. This eventually led to the opening of Michael Schultz Gallery Seoul in 2006.
97-19 Chungdam-dong, Gangnam-gu Seoul, 135-100 Korea T +82 511 7305 F +82 511 7686 M +82 010 4806 8719 firstname.lastname@example.org www.seomituus.com
In 2007 Michael Schultz Gallery Beijing opened. We consider both our locations in Seoul and Beijing as a contribution to the Asian art scene in general, but far more as a supporter of cultural exchange between continents.
Seomi & Tuus Gallery distinguishes itself from others in its philosophy that stems from the substantial experience of the Seomi Gallery in its work in the contemporary art field over the past twenty years. Since its opening, Seomi & Tuus Gallery has maintained the mission to introduce international artists to the Korean public. Whilst showcasing the works of the most well known artists such as Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, Tom Wesselman, Donald Judd, Lucio Fontana, etc, in the Small is Beautiful Exhibition (July 2007) and the Damien Hirst Exhibition (October 2007), Seomi & Tuus Gallery seeks to introduce young and exceptionally talented artists from home and abroad, such as the works of Simon Patterson. Transcending the expected, Seomi & Tuus Gallery as a public gallery dedicates itself to not only introducing current trends, but also in foreseeing and bringing future trends in contemporary fine arts to the Korean public.
Gallery Artists Studer & van den Berg Sven Drühl Huang He Helge Leiberg Li Yuduan
Ren Hong SEO Shen Liang Maik Wolf Zhang Hongbo
Olivier Babin Hans Broek Jeremy Dickinson Wayne Gonzales
Eddie Martinez Moon Hyung-Min Oum Jung-Soon Simon Patterson
Damien Hirst Benzhydrol 1996 Household gloss on canvas 120 x 180 cm
Building 16 & 18 50 Moganshan Road Shanghai, 200060, China T +86 21 6359 3923 F +86 21 6359 4570 email@example.com www.shanghartgallery.com
ShanghART Gallery has over the course of the past decade acquired a substantial reputation for artistic innovation, integrity and high quality in dealing with contemporary Chinese art.
Artists working with ShanghART: Chen Xiaoyun, Chen Yanyin, Ding Yi, Feng Mengbo, Geng Jianyi, Gu Zhenhua, Hu Jieming, Hu Yang, Huang Kui, Ji Wenyu, Ji Wenyu & Zhu Weibing, Jin Weihong, Li Shan, Liang Shaoji, Liang Yue, Liu Weijian, Lu Chunsheng, Luo Zidan, Pu Jie, Shen Fan, Shi Qing, Shi Yong, Song Tao, Sun Xun, Tang Guo, Tang Maohong, Wang Guangyi, Wang Youshen, Wei Guangqing, Wu Yiming, Xiang Liqing, Xu Zhen, Xue Song, Yang Fudong, Yang Zhenzhong, Yu Youhan, Zeng Fanzhi, Zhang Ding, Zhang Qing, Zhao Bandi, Zhou Zixi, Zhu Jia
Birdhead Zhang Enli Zhou Tiehai
Zhang Enli Bucket 9 2007 Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm
ShanghART occupies two large spaces (ShanghART Gallery and ShanghART H-space) in Shanghai’s Moganshan Rd art district, a smaller exhibition space in the North of Shanghai (ShanghART F-space) and since 2008 also a gallery space in Beijing’s Caochangdi area (ShanghART Beijing).
SHiNE ART SPACE Block 9, No 50 Moganshan Road Shanghai, 200060 309-313 Guoshun East Road Shanghai, 200433 China T +86 21 6266 0605 F +86 21 6266 0607 firstname.lastname@example.org www.shineartspace.com
Gallery Artists Cai Zhisong Guo Jin Lin Hairong Lu Cheng
B11 SHiNE Art Space was established in 2005 with the intention to increasingly widen the opportunities available to a younger generation of artists and provide them with significant exposure. A second space opened in Shanghai in September 2007. This larger and more flexible space will enable us to broaden our artistic horizons and allow us to place an increasing focus on multi-media projects. SHiNE Art Space is set to continue growing, in this way we hope to provide international audiences with a thorough understanding of Chinese contemporary art’s multifarious nature.
Shen Xiaotong Shi Xinning Xiong Lijun Zhong Biao
Xiong Lijun Apple 2007 Oil and acrylic on canvas 160 x 200 cm
2-6-5 Higashi Azabu Minato-ku Tokyo 106-0044 Japan T +81 6229 3669 F +81 6229 3668 M +81 90 1549 7703 email@example.com www.galleryside2.net
Gallery Artists Takeo Hanazawa Takahiro Inamori Udomsak Krisnamis Elke Krystufek Peter McDonald
Yuko Murata Crowns of Gold 2007 Oil on panel 33 x 48 cm
Yuko Murata Rob Pruitt Shinako Sato Rirkirt Tiravanija Yasuko Watanabe
Dolores de Sierra
San Agustín, 15 28014, Madrid Spain T +34 91 429 0151 F +34 91 429 0160 M +34 670 913 508 firstname.lastname@example.org www.doloresdesierra.com
Dolores de Sierra Gallery was inaugurated in September 2003 in Madrid’s arts neighbourhood. The gallery is located in the 28014 district, very close to Reina Sofía, Thyssen-Bornesmisza and Prado Museums. The Gallery has two different spaces: DS.1_ for the promotion of Spanish and international artists and DS.2_ Space for new tendencies, multimedia exhibitions, videos and installations.
Dolores de Sierra Gallery centres its activities on Chinese contemporary art, but also works with wellknown Spanish and European artists, who have a great artistic route and recognition.
Christo & Jeanne-Claude Luo Brothers Ma Liuming Jean Miotte Isabel Muñoz
Su Xinping Wolfgang Volz Wang Jinsong Xia Xiaowan Zhang Xiaotao
Luo Brothers Welcome to the world famous brand 2007 Oil on canvas 110 x 90 cm
Silverlens Gallery 2/F YMC Building 2 2320 Pasong Tamo Extension Makati City 1231, Philippines T +632 816 0044 F +632 816 0044 M +63905 265 0873 email@example.com www.silverlensphoto.com
Gallery Artists Patricia Eustaquio Kabunyan de Guia Kawayan de Guia Charles Harbutt Isa Lorenzo
Wawi Navarroza Rachel Rillo Emmanuel Santos Steve Tirona Conrado Velasco
Isa Lorenzo Foot Traffic 02 2008 Silver gelatin collage fibre print 50.8 x 60.96 cm
C03 Having gained public recognition in Manila since its inception in 2004, the Silverlens Gallery (SLG) features 8-9 solo shows a year, representing a mix of emerging and mid-career Philippine artists, as well as established international artists. The gallery exhibits artists that push the boundaries of their medium and are aggressive in their dialogue with a critical audience. SLG is the only museum quality space in Manila, and it is dedicated to photography and new media. Other artists that our gallery represents are: Jake Verzosa, JJ-Christine Villamarin, Denise Weldon
630-21 Sinsa Dong Kangnam Gu Seoul, Korea T +82 2549 3031 F +82 2549 3032 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gallerysimon.com
Gallery Simon was founded in 1994, and the gallery has been at the forefront in representing the most current and significant tendencies in Korean and international contemporary art. Gallery Simon continues to play an important role in developing the domestic art market promoting Korean artists as well as raising the Korean art audience’s awareness of the international art world.
Gallery Artists Choi Sun Myong Hong Seung Hye Kwon Young Rea Moon Beom
Noh Sang Kyoon Alan Rath Rhee Ki Bong Ben Rubin
Noh Sang Kyoon For the Worshippers 2008 Sequins on the Buddha head of polyester resin & fiberglass 60 x 43.5 x 41 cm
Singapore Tyler Print Institute 41 Robertson Quay Singapore 238236 T +65 6336 3663 F +65 6336 3553 email@example.com www.stpi.com.sg
J05 The Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) is a publisher and dealer of fine art prints and works on paper. We collaborate with highly respected contemporary artists, who come to us from around the world to create and publish exciting new works. The only organisation of its kind in Asia, STPI aims to push the frontiers of print and papermaking internationally.
Gallery Artists Ghada Amer Ashley Bickerton Eric Chan Reza Farkhondeh
798 Art District, 2 Jiuxianqiao Road Chaoyang District, Beijing, China T +86 10 8459 9631 F +86 10 8459 9630 M +86 13601316697 firstname.lastname@example.org www.stargallery.cn
Star Gallery is a professional art institution advocating the art of China’s newest generation of artists - the “post-70s” generation - through exhibitions, publications and other activities.
Gallery Artists Lin Tianmiao Su Xinping Donald Sultan Yim Ja-Hyuk
Reza Farkhondeh & Ghada Amer Orange Dream 2007 Silkscreen, watercolor pencil and embroidery on STPI handmade cotton paper 145.4 x 275.0 cm © 2008 Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh
Chen Ke Gao Yu Li Chaoxiong Ouyang Chun Qiu Jiongjiong
Qiu Xin Wei Jia Wen Chuan Xu Maomao Yan Cong
Gao Yu Superficial Is Not My Motto 2006 Acrylic on canvas 250 x 200 cm
Taka Ishii Gallery 1-3-2, 5F Kiyosumi Koto-Ku Tokyo 135-0024 Japan T +81 3 5646 6050 F +81 3 3642 3067 M +81 90 602 30779 email@example.com www.takaishiigallery.com
Taka Ishii Gallery continues to maintain and develop an exhibition programme based upon the dual goals of introducing international contemporary artists within Japan as well as serving as an international platform for the presentation of the work of Japanese emerging artists and contemporary masters.
Gallery Artists Noboyoshi Araki Slater Bradley Thomas Demand Naoto Kawahara Naoya Hatakeyama
Murase Kyoko Kemushi 2007 Oil, color pencil on cotton 62 x 68 cm
Sean Landers Daido Moriyama Kyoko Murase Hiroe Saeki Christopher Wool
A yearly exhibition schedule of 8 solo and/or group presentations is supplemented by the publication of catalogues and artist books with an emphasis on the documentation and promotion of the work of emerging Japanese artists. The gallery works closely with leading Japanese art writers, cultural critics and institutions to provide a critical context for a contemporary generation of Japanese artists both within and outside of Japan.
TURON TRAVEL 2 Wooster Street
New York, New York 10013
TEL 212-925-5453 or 800-952-7646 FAX 212-219-1865
Serving the Art World Since 1978 Art Fairs & Biennales Museum Groups & Art Specialist Tours
Gallery Teo & Mizuma
B06 Gallery Teo is a contemporary art gallery which opened in May 2007 with an exhibition of Philippe Cognée. The gallery aims to introduce major Japanese and international artists to a worldwide audience.
2-5-15 Higashi Gotanda Shinagawa, Tokyo, 141-0022 Japan T +81 3 5791 4484 F +81 3 5791 4483 firstname.lastname@example.org www.galleryteo.com
Gallery Artists motoshi chikamori++kyoko kunoh Philippe Cognée Lee Bae Oscar Oiwa
Phillippe Cognée Sans titre 2007 Wax painting 150 x 225 cm
2F, Fujiya Bldg, 1-3-9, Kamimeguro Meguro-ku Tokyo 153-0051 Japan T +81 3 3793 7931 F +81 3 3793 7887 email@example.com www.mizuma-art.co.jp
Gallery Artists Françoise Pétrovitch Jean-Pierre Raynaud Ayako Rokkaku Natsuko Taniguchi
Makoto Aida Satoru Aoyama Tomoko Konoike Koji Tanada Hisashi Tenmyouya
Hiroyuki Matsukage Yujiro Miyazaki Satoshi Otsuka Ai Yamaguchi Akira Yamaguchi
Hisashi Tenmyouya “Spider Woman” from New Hundred Ghost Stories 2004 Digital print 60 x 45.5 cm
Mizuma Art Gallery opened in 1994. Since then we have been focusing on introducing Japanese and Asian artists, whose work has qualities unique to the current 'style', to the international art scene and many of whom are now internationally recognised. We started organizing exhibitions of Western artists who are new to Japanese audiences in recent years. Since the year 2000, Mizuma Art Gallery has been constantly participating in international art fairs such as ARCO (Madrid), Armory Show (New York), Frieze (London), FIAC (Paris), and Basel Miami (Miami). New space “Mizuma Action” was set up in the same building in 2005 in order for more artists to have an opportunity to show their works. We hope to contribute to the further development of the Japanese contemporary art scene.
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP 7F, 8-10-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan T +81 3 3571 1808 F +81 3 3571 7689 Dashanzi Art Dist., 4 JiuXianQiao Road ChaoYang District Beijing 100015, China T +86 10 8457 3245 F +86 10 8457 3246 M +86 135 0128 8721 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com www.tokyo-gallery.com
J01 In 1950, Tokyo Gallery opened as the first contemporary art gallery in Japan and has moved in tandem with the development of Japanese contemporary art history. Since the 1970s and 1980s, the gallery started working with Korean and Chinese artists respectively, and then in 2002 set up BTAP in Dashanzi with the intention of bringing artists from Japan, Korea and China and introducing them to a wider audience. By holding experimental exhibitions that showcase the work of both established and emerging artists in all media, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP has established itself as a pioneering force in the Asian contemporary art scene.
Über represents artists who have been instrumental in the artistic developments of the past two decades and who contribute to contemporary art discourse. In keeping with our policy of “art unlimited”, Über Gallery supports artists in three distinct streams: ‘Über’ (established Australian artists), ‘Über Young’ (emerging cutting-edge artists), and ‘Über International’ (artists from Asia, USA and Europe). Über has an extensive collection of original artworks by exclusively represented artists working in a wide variety of media including works on paper, painting, collage, sculpture, photography, installation and new media.
Gallery Artists Cao Fei Chen Fei Feng Zhengjie Han Yajuan Showichi Kaneda
52 Fitzroy St St Kilda Victoria 3182 Australia T +613 859 89915 F +613 859 89914 M +61 419 033153 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ubergallery.com
Paolo Consorti Matt Coyle Johnnie Dady Vipoo Srivilasa Warren Vance
Luo Hui Hiroyuki Matsuura Chiharu Nishizawa Gyoko Yoshida Zhang Jian
Chen Fei Falling in love with the panda series N.3 2006 Oil on canvas 130 x 110 cm
Paolo Consorti Senza Stelle 2006 Mixed media on canvas 160 x 180 cm
J03 UNION Gallery was founded in September 2003. The gallery has been committed to presenting younger artistic positions without a prevailing direction of only one artistic medium. For many of the artists that UNION presents, the gallery has been instrumental in a large number of public exhibitions, which have followed their Union debut. For some years the gallery has developed a strong relationship with Asian artists, curators, writers and collectors.
57 Ewer Street London SE1 0NR United Kingdom T +44 207 928 3388 F +44 207 928 3389 M +44 77 66 918992 email@example.com www.union-gallery.com
Gallery Artists Sea Hyun Lee Tobias Lehner Kyoko Kanda
Yoo Jinyoung A Family in Disquise 2007 Mixed media 162 x 91 cm
Kijune Park Yoo Jinyoung Zoo Inkyung
The gallery operates across two premises. The main office is in Central London near Tate Modern. The second gallery was opened September 2006 in East London, also established by Jari Lager.
Vadehra Art Gallery D 178 Okhla Industrial Area Phase 1 New Delhi, 110020 India T +91 11 6547 4005 F +91 11 2681 1268 M +91 98112 25880 firstname.lastname@example.org www.vadehraart.com
Vadehra Art Gallery has been promoting contemporary Indian art through exhibitions, retrospectives and publications since 1987. Over the past twenty years VAG has been the locus through which many artists’ works have reached the public. In a country like India which does not have a vibrant art museum culture, galleries like ours double-up as vital sites of production and dissemination of contemporary art.
Gallery Artists Anandjit Ray Anjum Singh B.V. Suresh George Martin P.J. Jayashree Chakravarty
Meenal Damani Sheila Makhijani Sumedh Rajendran Zakkir Hussain
Zakkir Hussain Landscape on Hospital Stretcher 2008 Water colour, acrylic and pencil on paper 211 x 147 cm
We have produced a significant body of scholarship on Indian art with our art publications since 1996. The gallery has also collaborated with diverse institutions – from Indian public museums to organise retrospectives of senior artists, to working with international museums on India shows (Kunstmuseum Bern, Singapore Art Museum).
Beuthstr. 14 / Entrance Schirmerstr. 40211 Düsseldorf Germany T +49 211 500 8654 F +49 211 500 8654 M +49 172 235 5557 email@example.com www.van-horn.net
Van Horn was originally founded as an artist space by the German artist Daniela Steinfeld. It started its exhibition programme with an exhibition of the underground-cartoonist Robert Crumb. The space developed into a gallery at the beginning of 2006. The gallery mixes exhibitions of particular historical meaning (Crumb, Steiner, Russ Meyer, Cady Noland, WOLS etc) with international contemporary positions, having a special interest in working with a new generation of Düsseldorf based artists.
Gallery Artists Jan Albers Andrea Bowers Vanessa Conte Georganne Deen Alexander Esters
Wada Fine Arts
1F 2nd HIrawada Bldg 3-2-5 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku Tokyo 104-0045, Japan T +81 3 5848 7172 F +81 3 5848 7173 firstname.lastname@example.org www.wadafinearts.com
A new contemporary gallery called Wada Fine Arts (President: Yumie Wada) was launched in March, 2007 in Tsukiji, Tokyo, to promote emerging Japanese and Asian artists.
Manuel Graf Katie Holten Markus Karstiess Jens Ullrich
Yasushi Ebihara Takafumi Hara Atsuko Imaizumi Miori Inata Tetsuya Ishida
Jan Albers Blue DInselman 2007 Crayon and collage on paper 100 x 70 cm
Shinichiro Kitaura Hiroshi Ohashi Keiko Sakamoto Hisako Sugiyama Takafumi Tsuchiya
Wada Fine Arts would like to push forward in the midst of the contemporary art era utilizing the experience generated by Gallery Iseyoshi (1990-2006 in Ginza, Tokyo), the predecessor of Wada Fine Arts, which participated in ten international art fairs such as CIGE (Beijing), ARCO (Madrid), Scope (N.Y.), KIAF (Seoul), Art fair (Koln), MiArt (Milano) etc., and its many relationships with galleries and artists throughout the world.
Tetsuya Ishida From the left, Salma Hayek, Scarlett Johansson, Emmy Rossum, Kate Beckinsale 2005 Oil on canvas 160 X 80 cm
Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery Shinsaibashi-Inoue Bldg 1-3-10, Shinsaibashisuji, Chuo-ku Osaka 542-0085, Japan T +81 6 6245 5347 F +81 6 6252 0402 email@example.com www.gallery-inoue.com
Gallery Artists Toshio Shibata Hiroto Kitagawa Hisaya Taira Lee Yunbok Yayoi Kusama
Hisaya Taira Passage#3-circle 2008 Acrylic on canvas 56 × 91 cm
Robert Kushner Akira Okamoto Yutaka Yoshinaga Tatsuhiko Itoh
A08 Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery was established in 1989 and represents Japanese and overseas contemporary artists.
Artists Index Magdalena Abakanowicz Gebert Contemporary D05 Hamra Abbas Green Cardamom J08 Bani Abidi Green Cardamom J08 Shivani Aggarwal Bombay Art Gallery B13 Frank Ahlgrimm Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Ahn Sung-ah Gana Art Gallery B12 Ai Xuan Anna Ning Fine Art D12 Makoto Aida Mizuma B06 Doug Aitken Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Fumiaki Akahane magical. ARTROOM A05 Akira the Hustler Ota Fine Arts G09 Miyuki Akiyama magical. ARTROOM A05 Jan Albers Van Horn G10 Khadim Ali Green Cardamom J08 Paul Almasy Galerie Photonet C09 Alterazioni Video Chi-Wen Gallery A06 Navjot Altaf The Guild Art Gallery B10 Ghada Amer Kukje Gallery G01 Singapore Tyler Print Institute J05 José Ramón Amondaráin M+B J02 Yukako Ando Galerie Schübbe Projekt D08 Taku Anekawa Nanzuka Underground J06 Aniwar Pékin Fine Arts G03 anothermountainman (Stanley Wong) 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Emmanuelle Antille Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Katsuyo Aoki Röntgenwerke AG B03 Satoru Aoyama Mizuma B06
Arahmaiani Langgeng Gallery B09 Shinichiro Arakawa Röntgenwerke AG B03 Noboyoshi Araki Taka Ishii Gallery E03 Sana Arjumand Aicon Gallery B14 Seiji Aruga Röntgenwerke AG B03 assume vivid astro focus Peres Projects F03 Dan Attoe Peres Projects F03 Frank Auerbach Marlborough Fine Art D01 Yomar Augusto Nanzuka Underground J06 David Austen Ingleby Gallery H03 Bae Bein-u Gana Art Gallery B12 Bae Joonsung doART Beijing/Gallery Hyundai C01 Gallery IHN C08 Sabina Lee Gallery A10 Monika Baer Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Mahesh Baliga Project 88 A02 Roger Ballen aura gallery G06 Galerie Photonet C09 Sarnath Banerjee Project 88 A02 Anna Barriball Ingleby Gallery H03 Georg Baselitz Galleri Faurschou D04 Jean-Michel Basquiat Max Lang F04 Enrico Navarra E08 David Batchelor Ingleby Gallery H03 Franz Baumgartner Felix Ringel Gallery C02 Max Baur Galerie Photonet C09 Alex Beard The Cat Street Gallery D06 Larry Bell Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Valerio Berruti Keumsan Gallery H04 Konstantin Bessmertny Amelia Johnson Contemporary F07 Susannah Bettag Frey Norris Gallery C11 Tony Bevan Ben Brown Fine Arts E01
Bhagyanath C. Project 88 A02 Atul Bhalla Project 88 A02 Ashley Bickerton Singapore Tyler Print Institute J05 Simon Birch 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Ross Bleckner Felix Ringel Gallery C02 Alighiero Boetti Seomi & Tuus Gallery E02 Bram Bogart Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Fernando Botero Marlborough Fine Art D01 Louise Bourgeois Kukje Gallery G01 Andrea Bowers Van Horn G10 Martin Boyce Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Daniel Boyd Mori Gallery G07 Joe Bradley Peres Projects F03 Slater Bradley Taka Ishii Gallery E03 Branco Cook Fine Art G08 Claudio Bravo Marlborough Fine Art D01 Piot Brehmer Galerie Schübbe Projekt D08 Adam Bricusse The Cat Street Gallery D06 David Bromley The Cat Street Gallery D06 Bu Bu de la Madeleine Ota Fine Arts G09 Daniele Buetti The Columns Gallery H07 Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Angela Bulloch Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Edward Burtynsky Galerie Stefan Röpke A03 Faiza Butt Green Cardamom J08 Cai Guo-qiang Eslite Gallery D03 Cai Zhisong SHiNE ART SPACE B11 Alexander Calder Kukje Gallery G01 Cang Xin 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Cao Fei Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Cao Hui Chinablue Gallery E06
Valentin Carron Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Matthew Carver Gallery Caprice Horn D09 Jayashree Chakravarty Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Aicon Gallery B14 Eric Chan Amelia Johnson Contemporary F07 Singapore Tyler Print Institute J05 Pauline Chan Art Beatus Gallery C07 Anju Chaudhuri Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 Chirodeep Chaudhuri Project 88 A02 Chen Bo Chinablue Gallery E06 Chen Fei Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Chen Guanghui Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Chen Jianguo Art Beatus Gallery C07 Chen Ke Star Gallery A07 Chen Wei Anna Ning Fine Art D12 Chen Wenbo Goedhuis Contemporary C05 Chen Wen-chi Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Chen Wenji Hakgojae F05 Chen Yichu Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 The Estate of Chen Yifei Marlborough Fine Art D01 Chen Yun Contrasts Gallery H02 Chen Yung-chien Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Caroline Yi Cheng Amelia Johnson Contemporary F07 Cheng Guang Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Halley Cheng Grotto Fine Art F06 Cheng Yuzheng Galerie Levy C12 Zoya Cherkassky Gallery Caprice Horn D09 Paul Chiang Eslite Gallery D03 Dale Chihuly Marlborough Fine Art D01 motoshi chikamori++kyoko kunoh Gallery Teo & Mizuma B06 Martín Chirino Galerie Stefan Röpke A03
Khalil Chishtee Green Cardamom J08 Ruby Chishti Green Cardamom J08 Chiu Yatsai Anna Ning Fine Art D12 Cho Duck-hyun Kukje Gallery G01 Choi In-sun Hakgojae F05 Choi Sang-ah CAIS Gallery D11 Choi So-young CAIS Gallery D11 Choi Sun Ho The Columns Gallery H07 Choi Sun-myong Gallery Simon E05 Neha Choksi Project 88 A02 Arunanshu Chowdhury The Guild Art Gallery B10 Ay Tjoe Christine Langgeng Gallery B09 Christo & Jeanne-Claude Dolores de Sierra Gallery C06 Chun Teh Chuh Marlborough Fine Art D01 Clayton Brothers F2 Gallery D02 Charlie Co Osage Gallery F08 José Cobo Galerie Stefan Röpke A03 Philippe Cognée Gallery Teo & Mizuma B06 Dan Colen Peres Projects F03 Stephen Conroy Marlborough Fine Art D01 Paolo Consorti Über Gallery B08 Vanessa Conte Van Horn G10 Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Annelise Coste Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Matt Coyle Über Gallery B08 Michael Craig-Martin The Columns Gallery H07 Marina Cruz The Drawing Room A12 Cui Guotai ChinaSquare J04 Cui Xiuwen Goedhuis Contemporary C05 Marella Gallery C04 Iftikhar Dadi & Elizabeth Dadi Green Cardamom J08
Johnnie Dady Über Gallery B08 Jonas Dahlberg PKM Gallery F02 Meenal Damani Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Minal Damani Project 88 A02 Ian Davenport Hakgojae F05 Ingleby Gallery H03 Paul Davis Nanzuka Underground J06 Debra Dawes gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Verne Dawson Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Kabunyan de Guia Silverlens Gallery C03 Kawayan de Guia The Drawing Room A12 Silverlens Gallery C03 José de Guimarães Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 Georganne Deen Van Horn G10 Wim Delvoye Galleri Faurschou D04 Thomas Demand Taka Ishii Gallery E03 Martin Denker M+B J02 Susan Derges Ingleby Gallery H03 Ma Desheng Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery F09 Rohini Devasher Project 88 A02 Amie Dicke Peres Projects F03 Jeremy Dickinson Seomi & Tuus Gallery E02 Ding Hong Anna Ning Fine Art D12 Ding Yi ShanghART Gallery H01 Dinh Q. Le 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Do Sung Wook Gana Art Gallery B12 Kaye Donachie Peres Projects F03 Trisha Donnelly Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Sven Drühl Michael Schultz Gallery G11 Anita Dube Bombay Art Gallery B13 Aleksandar Duravcevic Galerie Stefan Röpke A03
Adip Dutta Aicon Gallery B14 Yasushi Ebihara Wada Fine Arts G12 Maria Eichhorn Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Alfred Eisenstaedt Flo Peters Gallery F11 Olafur Eliasson PKM Gallery F02 Thomas Eller The Columns Gallery H07 Kate Eric Frey Norris Gallery C11 Sophie Ernst Green Cardamom J08 Elliott Erwitt Flo Peters Gallery F11 Kiko Escora The Drawing Room A12 Lalla Essaydi Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Alexander Esters Van Horn G10 Richard Estes Marlborough Fine Art D01 Patricia Eustaquio Silverlens Gallery C03 Sylvie Fajfrowska Galerie Eric Mircher A01 Fang Jao-hwei Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Marvin Minto Fang Pékin Fine Arts G03 Fang Shao-hua Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery F09 Fang Zhou Red Bridge Gallery B02 Reza Farkhondeh Singapore Tyler Print Institute J05 Andreas Feininger Flo Peters Gallery F11 Feng Shu F2 Gallery D02 Feng Zhengjie Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Feng Zhengquan Marella Gallery C04 Spencer Finch Yvon Lambert G02 Ian Hamilton Finlay Ingleby Gallery H03 Urs Fischer Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Peter Fischli David Weiss Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Wolfgang Flad Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Sylvie Fleury Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01
Flora Fok Grotto Fine Art F06 Caio Fonseca Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Thomas Fontini The Cat Street Gallery D06 Hayden Fowler gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Sam Francis Max Lang F04 Helen Frankenthaler Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Danielle Freakley Mori Gallery G07 Pia Fries Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Jolans Fung Art Beatus Gallery C07 Fung Ming-chip Gebert Contemporary D05 William Furniss 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Gade Rossi & Rossi A13 Vibha Galhotra Project 88 A02 Gao Yu Star Gallery A07 Gao Zengli Art Beatus Gallery C07 Kendell Geers Yvon Lambert G02 Alexander Gelman Nanzuka Underground J06 Geng Jianyi ShanghART Gallery H01 Liam Gillick Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Johannes Girardoni Gebert Contemporary D05 Martin Golland Felix Ringel Gallery C02 Steven Gontarksi PKM Gallery F02 Douglas Gordon Yvon Lambert G02 Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 James Gordon The Cat Street Gallery D06 Debesh Goswami Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 Manuel Graf Van Horn G10 Stephane Graff Enrico Navarra E08 LeRoy Grannis M+B J02 Alvin Gregorio The Drawing Room A12 Jon Groom Felix Ringel Gallery C02
Gu Gan Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Gu Wenda Goedhuis Contemporary C05 Guan Shi Eastlink Gallery A09 Guan Wei Red Gate Gallery A04 Guan Yong Felix Ringel Gallery C02 Guo Jin Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery F09 SHiNE ART SPACE B11 Guo Wei Anna Ning Fine Art D12 Shilpa Gupta Albion H06 Subodh Gupta Enrico Navarra E08 Gonkar Gyatso Rossi & Rossi A13 Hai Bo Beijing Commune E07 Peter Halley CAIS Gallery D11 Han Lei Felix Ringel Gallery C02 Han Yajuan Marella Gallery C04 Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Takeo Hanazawa Gallery Side2 E04 Mark Handforth Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Takafumi Hara Wada Fine Arts G12 Charles Harbutt Silverlens Gallery C03 Keith Haring Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Max Lang F04 Enrico Navarra E08 Sharon Harper Galerie Stefan Röpke A03 FX Harsono Langgeng Gallery B09 Naoya Hatakeyama Taka Ishii Gallery E03 Bernd Haussmann Gebert Contemporary D05 He Duoling Chinablue Gallery E06 ChinaSquare J04 Anna Ning Fine Art D12 He Jia Gallery on Old Bailey D07 He Saibang Eastlink Gallery A09 He Sen Marella Gallery C04
He Wei Red Bridge Gallery B02 He Yunchang Eastlink Gallery A09 Martin Heinig Gallery Caprice Horn D09 Thomas Herbrich Galerie Photonet C09 Damien Hirst Max Lang F04 Seomi & Tuus E02 Carmen Ho Osage Gallery F08 Ho Sin-tung Grotto Fine Art F06 Candida Höfer Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Katie Holten Van Horn G10 Hong Hao Beijing Commune E07 Hong Kyoung-tack CAIS Gallery D11 Hong Seung-hye Gallery Simon E05 Hong Sung-chul Gallery IHN C08 E.O. Hoppé Flo Peters Gallery F11 Takehiko Hoshino magical. ARTROOM A05 Hsia Yan Eslite Gallery D03 Huang He Michael Schultz Gallery G11 Huang Hsin-chien Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Huang Rui 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Huang Yan Eastlink Gallery A09 Huang Yuxing Red Bridge Gallery B02 Huang Zhiyang Pékin Fine Arts G03 Zakkir Hussain Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Hyon Gyon magical. ARTROOM A05 Atsuko Imaizumi Wada Fine Arts G12 Joerg Immendorff Felix Ringel Gallery C02 Miori Inata Wada Fine Arts G12 Callum Innes Ingleby Gallery H03 G.R. Iranna Aicon Gallery B14
Tetsuya Ishida Wada Fine Arts G12 Yusuke Ishikawa Röntgenwerke AG B03 Tatsuhiko Itoh Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery A08 Tadasuke Iwanaga magical. ARTROOM A05 Alison Jackson M+B J02 Jia Aili doART Beijing/Gallery Hyundai C01 Jia Youfu Hakgojae F05 Jiang Zhi Marella Gallery C04 Osage Gallery F08 Jiao Xingtao doART Beijing/Gallery Hyundai C01 Anna Ning Fine Art D12 Jin Shan Pékin Fine Arts G03 Jing Ke Wen Anna Ning Fine Art D12 Tim Johnson Mori Gallery G07 Allen Jones Galerie Levy C12 Jonathan Jones gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Michael Joo PKM Gallery F02 Narelle Jubelin Mori Gallery G07 Winner Jumalon The Drawing Room A12 Jung Yeondoo Kukje Gallery G01 Jitish Kallat Albion H06 gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Kyoko Kanda UNION J03 Vasily Kandinsky Cook Fine Art G08 Shirley Kaneda Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Showichi Kaneda Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Jun Kaneko Gebert Contemporary D05 Kang Airan Keumsan Gallery H04 Kang Ik-joong Hakgojae F05 Sabina Lee Gallery A10 Rathin Kanji Aicon Gallery B14 Sakan Kan-no Röntgenwerke AG B03
Anish Kapoor Kukje Gallery G01 Markus Karstiess Van Horn G10 Naoto Kawahara Taka Ishii Gallery E03 Ali Kazim Green Cardamom J08 Pandit Khairnar Bombay Art Gallery B13 Aisha Khalid Gandhara Art A11 Atif Khan Gandhara Art A11 Anselm Kiefer Kukje Gallery G01 Karen Kilimnik Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Atta Kim Gallery Caprice Horn D09 Kim Eun-jin CAIS Gallery D11 Kim Jongku One and J. Gallery C10 Kim Joon Keumsan Gallery H04 Lina Kim The Columns Gallery H07 Kim Sungjin doART Beijing/Gallery Hyundai C01 Kim Suyoung One and J. Gallery C10 Kim Tschang-yeul PYO Gallery B07 Phillip King Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Hiroto Kitagawa Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery A08 Joh Kleckner Peres Projects F03 Ko Yong-hoon Gana Art Gallery B12 Terence Koh Peres Projects F03 Prabhakar Kolte Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 Riyas Komu Aicon Gallery B14 The Guild Art Gallery B10 Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 Tomoko Konoike Mizuma B06 Koo Jeong-A Yvon Lambert G02 Bose Krishnamachari Aicon Gallery B14 The Guild Art Gallery B10 Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 Rajan Krishnan Bombay Art Gallery B13
Udomsak Krisnamis Gallery Side2 E04 Agapetus A Kristiandana Langgeng Gallery B09 Elke Krystufek Gallery Side2 E04 Mona Kuhn M+B J02 Kum Chi-keung Amelia Johnson Contemporary F07 Bari Kumar Bombay Art Gallery B13 Seiji Kunishima Sabina Lee Gallery A10 Kuo Chwen Eslite Gallery D03 Kuo I-chen Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Hitoshi Kuriyama magical. ARTROOM A05 Justine Kurland Cook Fine Art G08 Tomoki Kurokawa Nanzuka Underground J06 Yayoi Kusama Gallery Art Composition B05 Max Lang F04 Ota Fine Arts G09 Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery A08 Robert Kushner Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery A08 Koichiro Kutsuna Röntgenwerke AG B03 Hideki Kuwajima Röntgenwerke AG B03 Michael Kvium Galleri Faurschou D04 Kwang Young-chun The Columns Gallery H07 Kwon Dae-sup Seomi & Tuus Gallery E02 Kwon Doo-hyoun Keumsan Gallery H04 Kwon Young-rea Gallery Simon E05 Kwong Chi-tseng Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Bruce LaBruce Peres Projects F03 Sarah Lai Grotto Fine Art F06 Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Lam Wai-kit Amelia Johnson Contemporary F07 Kesang Lamdark Rossi & Rossi A13 Sean Landers Taka Ishii Gallery E03 J.H. Lartigue Flo Peters Gallery F11
Freeman Lau Art Beatus Gallery C07 Bertrand Lavier Yvon Lambert G02 Robert Lebeck Flo Peters Gallery F11 Nikulas Lebajo The Drawing Room A12 Lee Bae Hakgojae F05 Gallery Teo & Mizuma B06 Lee Bul PKM Gallery F02 Danny Lee Grotto Fine Art F06 Lee Jung-woong Gana Art Gallery B12 Lee Lee-nam CAIS Gallery D11 Noori Lee PKM Gallery F02 Paul Lee Peres Projects F03 Sangnam Lee PKM Gallery F02 Lee Ufan Hakgojae F05 Kukje Gallery G01 Lee Yong-deok PYO Gallery B07 Lee You-jin Gallery IHN C08 Lee Yunbok Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery A08 Jose Legaspi The Drawing Room A12 Fernand Leger Cook Fine Art G08 Tobias Lehner UNION J03 Saul Leiter M+B J02 Jochen Lempert Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Joey Leung Grotto Fine Art F06 Li Chaoxiong Star Gallery A07 Li Chen Goedhuis Contemporary C05 Li Haifeng Eastlink Gallery A09 Li Ji-kai Galerie Schübbe Projekt D08 Li Qiang Galerie Schübbe Projekt D08 Li Shan ShanghART Gallery H01 Li Tianbing Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10
Li Wei 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Li Xin Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Li Xinping Osage Gallery F08 Li Yibing Art Beatus Gallery C07 Li Yuduan Michael Schultz Gallery G11 Liang Binbin Keumsan Gallery H04 Liang Quan Art Beatus Gallery C07 Noa Lidor Green Cardamom J08 Lien Chien Hsing Eslite Gallery D03 Lin Hairong SHiNE ART SPACE B11 Michael Lin Eslite Gallery D03 Lin Tianmiao Pékin Fine Arts G03 Singapore Tyler Print Institute J05 Markus Linnenbrink The Columns Gallery H07 Herbert List Flo Peters Gallery F11 Liu Dahong aura gallery G06 Liu Ding Marella Gallery C04 Liu Hung F2 Gallery D02 Liu Jianhua Beijing Commune E07 Liu Qinghe Red Gate Gallery A04 Liu Wei Red Bridge Gallery B02 Liu Wentao aura gallery G06 Liu Xiaodong Eslite Gallery D03 Liu Zheng Pékin Fine Arts G03 Peter Liversidge Ingleby Gallery H03 Thomas Locher Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Andrew Lord Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Isa Lorenzo Silverlens Gallery C03 Lou Shenyi Red Bridge Gallery B02 Fiona Lowry gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Lu Cheng SHiNE ART SPACE B11
Lu Hao Beijing Commune E07 UNION J03 Ivo Lucas Galerie Schübbe Projekt D08 Marc Lüders Galerie Levy C12 Luo Brothers Art Beatus Gallery C07 Dolores de Sierra Gallery C06 Luo Hui Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Luo Quanmu aura gallery G06 Luo Xu Contrasts Gallery H02 Camie Lyons The Cat Street Gallery D06 Ma Han Contrasts Gallery H02 Ma Liuming Goedhuis Contemporary C05 Marella Gallery C04 Dolores de Sierra Gallery C06 Ma Yahong Goedhuis Contemporary C05 Fiona MacDonald Mori Gallery G07 David Mach The Cat Street Gallery D06 Jess MacNeil gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Tomomi Maekawa Ota Fine Arts G09 Sheila Makhijani Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Muddasar Manzoor Gandhara Art A11 Mao Xuhui Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery F09 Red Bridge Gallery B02 Mao Yan Chinablue Gallery E06 ChinaSquare J04 Robert Mapplethorpe Galerie Stefan Röpke A03 Hugo Markl Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Cveto Marsic Galerie Stefan Röpke A03 George Martin Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Miyako Masaki magical. ARTROOM A05 Xavier Mascaró Gebert Contemporary D05 Maslen & Mehra Gallery Caprice Horn D09 Henri Matisse Cook Fine Art G08
Hiroyuki Matsukage Mizuma B06 Hiroyuki Matsuura Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Werner Mautz Galerie Photonet C09 Peter McDonald Gallery Side2 E04 Josephine Meckseper Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Miao Xiaochun Osage Gallery F08 Garry Fabian Miller Ingleby Gallery H03 Min Byung-hun CAIS Gallery D11 Min Jung-yeon Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Min Sunghong Sabina Lee Gallery A10 Takao Minami Ota Fine Arts G09 Jean Miotte Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 Dolores de Sierra Gallery C06 Joan Miro Cook Fine Art G08 Akiyoshi Mishima Nanzuka Underground J06 Masayasu Mitsuke Ota Fine Arts G09 Yujiro Miyazaki Mizuma B06 Sathyanand Mohan The Guild Art Gallery B10 Daniel Mohr Galerie Levy C12 Andrei Molodkin Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Jean-Baptiste Mondino M+B J02 Jonathan Monk Yvon Lambert G02 Moon Beom PKM Gallery F02 Gallery Simon E05 Moon Hyung-min Seomi & Tuus Gallery E02 Antonio Ballester Moreno Peres Projects F03 Cole Morgan Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Mariko Mori Albion H06 Daido Moriyama Taka Ishii Gallery E03 Robert Motherwell Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Jan Muche Michael Schultz Gallery G11
Kathy Mueller-Moser Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Martin Mull Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Juan Muniz Cook Fine Art G08 Isabel Muñoz Dolores de Sierra Gallery C06 Maya Munoz The Drawing Room A12 Kyoko Murase Taka Ishii Gallery E03 Yuko Murata Gallery Side2 E04 MUSTONE Nanzuka Underground J06 Marcia Myers Gebert Contemporary D05 Nam Tchun-mo CAIS Gallery D11 Nan Chao PYO Gallery B07 Nashun Nashunbatu Galerie Schübbe Projekt D08 Hitesh Natalwala gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Wawi Navarroza Silverlens Gallery C03 Max Neumann Galerie Stefan Röpke A03 Chiharu Nishizawa Amelia Johnson Contemporary F07 Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Udo Nöger Gebert Contemporary D05 Noh Jun Keumsan Gallery H04 Noh Sang-kyoon Gallery Simon E05 Susan Norrie Mori Gallery G07 Nortse Rossi & Rossi A13 Tsering Nyandak Rossi & Rossi A13 Hiroshi Ohashi Wada Fine Arts G12 Daisuke Ohba magical. ARTROOM A05 Ryuichi Ohira Röntgenwerke AG B03 Shinji Ohmaki Tokyo Gallery + BTAP J01 Oscar Oiwa Gallery Teo & Mizuma B06 Akira Okamoto Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery A08 Erwin Olaf M+B J02 Estate of Meret Oppenheim Galerie Levy C12
Emi Otaguro magical. ARTROOM A05 Satoshi Otsuka Mizuma B06 Heribert C. Ottersbach Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Oum Jung-soon Seomi & Tuus Gallery E02 Ouyang Chun Star Gallery A07 Tsuyoshi Ozawa Ota Fine Arts G09 Akbar Padamsee Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 C.O. Paeffgen Galerie Levy C12 Pan Dehai Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery F09 Park Kijune UNION J03 Jorge Pardo PKM Gallery F02 Park Jaeyoung doART Beijing/Gallery Hyundai C01 Park Jina One and J. Gallery C10 Park Sung-tae PYO Gallery B07 Luke Parker Mori Gallery G07 Philippe Pasqua Enrico Navarra E08 Simon Patterson Seomi & Tuus Gallery E02 Mark Pearson Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Peng Hung-chih Chi-Wen Gallery A06 Peng Yu Osage Gallery F08 PERK Eastlink Gallery A09 Françoise Pétrovitch Gallery Teo & Mizuma B06 Richard Pettibone Seomi & Tuus Gallery E02 Pablo Picasso Cook Fine Art G08 Max Lang F04 Enrico Navarra E08 Marlborough Fine Art D01 Ramune Pigagaite Galerie Photonet C09 Sylvia Plachy Flo Peters Gallery F11 Justin Ponmany Aicon Gallery B14 Prajakta Potnis The Guild Art Gallery B10 Indrajit Prasad Bombay Art Gallery B13
Richard Prince Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Rob Pruitt Gallery Side2 E04 Marisa Purcell Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Haris Purnomo Langgeng Gallery B09 Qian Gang Contrasts Gallery H02 Qin Feng Goedhuis Contemporary C05 Qin Qi doART Beijing/Gallery Hyundai C01 Qin Yifeng Eastlink Gallery A09 Qiu Jiongjiong Star Gallery A07 Qiu Xiaofei Chinablue Gallery E06 Qiu Xin Star Gallery A07 Qu Guangci aura gallery G06 Imran Qureshi Gandhara Art A11 Nusra Latif Qureshi Green Cardamom J08 Sumedh Rajendran Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Mel Ramos Galerie Levy C12 Rashid Rana Albion H06 Chatterjee & Lal & Chemould Prescott Road H05 David Rankin Felix Ringel Gallery C02 Alan Rath Gallery Simon E05 Navin Rawanchaikul Enrico Navarra E08 Anandjit Ray Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Jean Pierre Raynaud Enrico Navarra E08 Gallery Teo & Mizuma B06 Ravinder Reddy Enrico Navarra E08 K. Reghunadhan Bombay Art Gallery B13 Paul Rego Marlborough Fine Art D01 Klari Reis Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 K.P. Reji The Guild Art Gallery B10 Ren Hong Michael Schultz Gallery G11 Gregg Renfrow Sabina Lee Gallery A10
Albert Renger-Patzsch Galerie Photonet C09 Bettina Rheims Cook Fine Art G08 Rhee Da CAIS Gallery D11 Rhee Ki-bong Kukje Gallery G01 Gallery Simon E05 Marc Riboud Flo Peters Gallery F11 Tenzing Rigdol Rossi & Rossi A13 Rachel Rillo Silverlens Gallery C03 N.N. Rimzon The Guild Art Gallery B10 Paul Robinson The Cat Street Gallery D06 Gerwald Rockenschaub Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Kirstine Roepstorff Peres Projects F03 Catherine Rogers Mori Gallery G07 Bernardí Roig Galerie Stefan Röpke A03 Ayako Rokkaku Gallery Teo & Mizuma B06 Tim Rollins and K.O.S. Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Ugo Rondinone Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Rolf Rose Galerie Levy C12 Dieter Roth Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Eva Rothschild Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Debanjan Roy Aicon Gallery B14 Ben Rubin Gallery Simon E05 Julika Rudelius Galerie Reinhard Hauff G04 Ed Ruscha Cook Fine Art G08 S Teddy D Langgeng Gallery B09 Keiko Sadakane Gebert Contemporary D05 Hiroe Saeki Taka Ishii Gallery E03 Keiko Sakamoto Wada Fine Arts G12 David Salle Galleri Faurschou D04 Lirio Salvador The Drawing Room A12 Dean Sameshima Peres Projects F03
Charles Sandison Yvon Lambert G02 Sangeeta Sandrasegar Mori Gallery G07 T.V. Santhosh Aicon Gallery B14 The Guild Art Gallery B10 Emmanuel Santos Silverlens Gallery C03 Shinako Sato Gallery Side2 E04 Yoshihiko Satoh Röntgenwerke AG B03 Hiraki Sawa Ota Fine Arts G09 Robert Schaberl Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Matthias Schaller Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Thorsten Schimmel Flo Peters Gallery F11 Cornelia Schleime Michael Schultz Gallery G11 Julian Schnabel 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Michael Schnabel Galerie Photonet C09 Jean-Frédéric Schnyder Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Filippo Sciascia Langgeng Gallery B09 Sean Scully Ingleby Gallery H03 Sea Hyun-lee UNION J03 Nobuo Sekine Gallery Art Composition B05 Mark Seliger Flo Peters Gallery F11 Stuart Semple The Cat Street Gallery D06 Mithu Sen Albion H06 SEO Michael Schultz Gallery G11 Mahbub Shah Green Cardamom J08 Shao Fan Contrasts Gallery H02 Shao Yinong and Mu Chen 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Goedhuis Contemporary C05 Steven Shearer Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Shen Fan ShanghART Gallery H01 Shen Liang Michael Schultz Gallery G11 Shen Shaomin Frey Norris Gallery C11 Osage Gallery F08
Shen Xiaotong SHiNE ART SPACE B11 Sheng Qi F2 Gallery D02 Red Gate Gallery A04 Sheng Tianhong Galerie Schübbe Projekt D08 Clare Shenstone Ben Brown Fine Arts E01 Shi Jindian Osage Gallery F08 Shi Jinsong Marella Gallery C04 Shi Xinning SHiNE ART SPACE B11 Shi Zeping Galerie Kashya Hildebrand F10 Shiau Bei-chen Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Toshio Shibata Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery A08 Wilson Shieh Grotto Fine Art F06 Yoshiko Shimada Ota Fine Arts G09 Shin Kiwoun doART Beijing/Gallery Hyundai C01 Keisuke Shirota Galerie Stefan Röpke A03 Rupert Shrive The Cat Street Gallery D06 Shu Yang Red Bridge Gallery B02 Shu Yong Eastlink Gallery A09 Gary Simmons CAIS Gallery D11 Anjum Singh Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Sally Smart Amelia Johnson Contemporary F07 Josh Smith Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Sarah Smuts-Kennedy gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Agathe Snow Peres Projects F03 Dash Snow Peres Projects F03 Srihadi Soedarsono Langgeng Gallery B09 Praneet Soi Project 88 A02 Song Dong Beijing Commune E07 Song Hyun-sook Hakgojae F05 Daniel Spoerri Galerie Levy C12 Vipoo Srivilasa Über Gallery B08
Frank Stella Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Max Lang F04 Nina Sten-Knudsen Galleri Faurschou D04 Grant Stevens gbk - Gallery Barry Keldoulis J07 Claus Stolz Galerie Photonet C09 Max Streicher Galerie Eric Mircher A01 Felix Ringel Gallery C02 Beat Streuli Galerie Eva Presenhuber F01 Annette Streyl Galerie Levy C12 Angela Su Grotto Fine Art F06 Su Meng-hung Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Su Wong-shen Eslite Gallery D03 Su Xinping ChinaSquare J04 Red Gate Gallery A04 Dolores de Sierra Gallery C06 Singapore Tyler Print Institute J05 Hiroshi Sugimoto Albion H06 Hisako Sugiyama Wada Fine Arts G12 Suh Dongwook One and J. Gallery C10 Suk Chul-joo Hakgojae F05 Donald Sultan Singapore Tyler Print Institute J05 Sun Liang Contrasts Gallery H02 Sun Yuan Osage Gallery F08 Vivan Sundaram Galerie Hélène Lamarque B04 B.V. Suresh Vadehra Art Gallery H08 Mitra Tabrizian Gallery Caprice Horn D09 Tae Hun-kang Gallery Caprice Horn D09 Hisaya Taira Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery A08 Nobuaki Takekawa Ota Fine Arts G09 Mohammad Ali Talpur Green Cardamom J08 Tamen Osage Gallery F08 Keiichi Tanaami Nanzuka Underground J06 Koji Tanada Mizuma B06
Tang Zhigang Red Bridge Gallery B02 Natsuko Taniguchi Gallery Teo & Mizuma B06 Tao Ya-jun Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Rodel Tapaya The Drawing Room A12 Tsewang Tashi Rossi & Rossi A13 Ernesto Tatafiore Galerie Levy C12 Hisashi Tenmyouya Frey Norris Gallery C11 Mizuma B06 THEY (TAMEN) doART Beijing/Gallery Hyundai C01 PYO Gallery B07 Bill Thompson The Columns Gallery H07 Bronwyn Thompson Über Gallery B08 William Tillyer Bernard Jacobson Gallery B01 Rirkrit Tiravanija Gallery Side2 E04 Steve Tirona Silverlens Gallery C03 Ekkehard Tischendorf Galerie Levy C12 Mark Titchner Peres Projects F03 Junior Toscanelli Galerie Schübbe Projekt D08 Heeral Trivedi The Guild Art Gallery B10 Tsang Kin-wah Yvon Lambert G02 Sara Tse Art Beatus Gallery C07 Tseng Wei-hao Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Tseng Yu-chin Chi-Wen Gallery A06 Takafumi Tsuchiya Wada Fine Arts G12 Tsui Kuang-yu Eslite Gallery D03 Tsui Tin Yun Anna Ning Fine Art D12 Hiroki Tsukuda Nanzuka Underground J06 Naohiro Ukawa Nanzuka Underground J06 Jens Ullrich Van Horn G10 Ugo Untoro Langgeng Gallery B09 Upendranath T.R. Bombay Art Gallery B13
Ko Ushijima Gallery Side2 E04 Manolo Valdés Gebert Contemporary D05 Marlborough Fine Art D01 Warren Vance Über Gallery B08 Hannah van Ginkel Gallery Caprice Horn D09 Conrado Velasco Silverlens Gallery C03 Jake Verzosa Silverlens Gallery C03 JJ-Christine Villamarin Silverlens Gallery C03 Bill Viola Kukje Gallery G01 Massimo Vitali M+B J02 Wolfgang Volz Dolores de Sierra Gallery C06 Brigitte Waldach M+B J02 Ian Wallace Yvon Lambert G02 Wang Chengyun Chinablue Gallery E06 Wang Jinsong Dolores de Sierra Gallery C06 Wang Keping 10 Chancery Lane Gallery D10 Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Wang Nengtao Art Beatus Gallery C07 Wang Qiang Eastlink Gallery A09 Marella Gallery C04 Wang Qingsong Albion H06 Chinablue Gallery E06 Pékin Fine Arts G03 PKM Gallery F02 Wang Shugang Pékin Fine Arts G03 Wang Suling Pékin Fine Arts G03 Wang Tiande Contrasts Gallery H02 Wang Fu-jui Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Wang Jin Pékin Fine Arts G03 Wang Ya-hui Galerie Grand Siècle G05 Toni Warburton Mori Gallery G07
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