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Exhibition

The fifth Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair (AHAF) will be held in Hong Kong on 25-27 February 2011 at hotel partner Mandarin Oriental. Returning to Hong Kong for the second time, AHAF HK 11 will feature more than 3,000 works of art from nearly 70 premier galleries in China, Korea and Japan. Lectures from art experts and tours led by docents will also be available to VIP visitors during the fair.
 
Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair utilizes an innovative exhibition concept, displaying artwork in hotel rooms. This concept enables art lovers and collectors to imagine the artwork displayed in their own homes. AHAF HK 11 is open to the public and welcomes browsers, first-time buyers and serious collectors, offering a wide range of pieces to suit all budgets.

Venue: Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong 4th - 6th Floor
Dates: 25-27 February 2011
Press preview: 12:00~2:00pm 25 February 2011
Public opening times:
2:00~9:00pm 25 February 2011
12:00~8:00pm 26 February 2011
12:00~8:00pm 27 February 2011
Tickets: HK$100   Concessionary tickets: people with disabilities HK$50

Utterly Art will be paticipating in its FIRST ever overseas show, and we can be found in Room 515 on the 5th Level.
We have very limited VIP passes enabling entry for two throughout the fair, but several more day passes.
Call Keng Hock (+65 9487 2006) who will run down to give them to you!



Exhibited Works

Construction with Hong Kong Street Scene

2011

138cm x 69cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
HKD$17100

Construction with Urban Spaces

2011

138cm x 69cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
HKD$17100

Construction with Two Cities (Singapore-KL)

2011

138cm x 69cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

Construction with Two Cities (Singapore - Jakarta)

2011

138cm x 69cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

Construction - In and Out (Street Scene HK)

2011

138cm x 69cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
HKD$17100

Construction (Chinatown and Bugis)

2010

180cm x 90cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

The Mall #14

2011

61cm x 92cm
Oil on canvas
HKD$19500

The Mall #15

2011

61cm x 92cm
Oil on canvas
HKD$19500

The Offering I

2009

46cm x 46cm
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$14000 each; HKD$26200 for two

The Offering II

2009

46cm x 46cm
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$14000 each; HKD$26200 for two

Fishing Village I

2011

46cm x 46cm
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$14000 each; HKD$26200 for two

Fishing Village II

2011

46cm x46cm
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$14000 each; HKD$26200 for two

My Sweet Home

2011

76cm x 76cm
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$39700

Upgrading in Chinatown

2011

70cm x 70cm
Chinese ink and pigments on rice paper
HKD$7350

Studies of HDB

2011

70cm x 70cm
Chinese ink and pigments on rice paper
HKD$7350

Hanging Towers in Chinatown

2011

70cm x 70cm
Chinese ink and pigments on rice paper
HKD$7350

Pussy Pole

2011

120cm x 30cm
Enamel paint on canvas
SOLD

Pussy Paw

2011

30.5cm x 30.5cm
Enamel on canvas
SOLD

Pussy Pigeon

2011

30.5cm x 30.5cm + 15cm x 15cm
Enamel paint on canvas
SOLD

Pussy Pullstring

2011

30.5cm x 30.5cm
Enamel paint, red wool on canvas
SOLD

Pussy Pingpong

2011

30.5cm x 30.5cm
Enamel paint, red wool, pingpong ball on canvas
SOLD

Hiatus

2010

3ft x 4ft
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$15000

Technological Battle

2010

4ft x 3ft
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Healing

2010

4ft x 4ft
Oil on canvas
HKD$20700

The Morning Beach

2010

80cm x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

The Golden Dawn

2011

80cm x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

The Sunny and Breezy Day

2011

72cm x 90cm
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$25700

Sea View

2011

72cm x 90cm
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$25700

A Mother's Abundant Love

2010

33cm x 25cm x 18cm
Carved green glass

Caring Father

2010

31cm x 25cm x 20cm
Carved clear green glass

Family Love and Piety

2010

26cm x 19cm x 17cm
Carved clear green glass

Pacquiao

2010

29cm x 23cm x 18cm
Carved blue green glass

Feng Shui

2010

33in x 43in
Acrylic on canvas
HKD$24400

Turning Japanese

2010

33in x 43in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Spring Angel

2010

5ft x 4ft
Oil on canvas
HKD$46000

Aquarium

2010

5ft x 4ft
Oil on canvas
HKD$43700

Cristal Forest I

2011

36in x 36in
Mixed media
HKD$52000

Cristal Forest II

2011

30in x 24in
Mixed media
HKD$29200

Artists

  • Malyn Bonayog

    Philippines

    Malyn Bonayog will arouse your curiosity in her complex multi-layering of apparently simple lines on her canvases, which amazingly form several dissimulated images of urban landscapes and personalities that could only be seen separately from different angles. 

    Boo Sze Yang

    Singapore

    Boo Sze Yang was Head of the Department of Fine Art at his alma mater, the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts before turning to practice art full-time in 2009. He received his Master in Arts Degree from Chelsea College of Art & Design, the University of the Arts London and his Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art from
    University of Reading, UK. Boo has held seven solo exhibitions and represented Singapore in numerous group exhibitions in Japan, China, Korea, Philippines, Malaysia and the UK.

    Michael Cacnio

    Philippines

    Nearly twenty years in the art scene, TOYM (The Outstanding Young Men) Philippines 2006 awardee Michael Cacnio is considered to be one of the country’s finest brass sculptors today. Since his graduation from Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines in 1991, he has made himself much beloved as a sculptor of the everyday Filipino, depicting children playing traditional games, workers engaged in cheerful and industrious labour, tender scenes between parent and child or people facing the dil

    Anthony Chua Say Hua

    Singapore

    Chua Say Hua graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1992 with a Diploma of Fine Arts, and then with High Distinction from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1994. He obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in Fine Arts from Goldsmith's College, University of London in 1997. He has exhibited internationally with 9 solo shows to his name. In 2001, he was conferred the Young Artist Award by the National Arts Council, Singapore.

    Rene Cuvos

    Philippines

    Hong Sek Chern

    Singapore

    Hong Sek Chern (b.1967) graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts with a Diploma in Fine Art (1995) and from Goldsmiths College, University of London with an MA Fine Art (1998). She likes to work with flat surfaces and uses linear, non-linear or multi-point perspective in her work. Sek Chern’s interpretation of the Singapore urban landscape in Chinese ink has won her several awards in Singapore. Her works belong in the collections of the Singapore Art Museum, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Nati

    PJ Jalandoni

    Philippines

    Leo Hee Tong

    Singapore

    Leo Hee Tong’s practice is rooted in the shift towards abstractionism of his generation and many of the Singapore Second Generation artists. His mentor, pioneer artist Cheong Soo Pieng, was himself highly experimental and often abstractionist, but Hee Tong found his own path in his granular, textured canvases couched in strong reds, blues and ochres, particularly after his immersive studies in Japan from 1973-1974 at the Ashiya Art College. Born in Singapore in 1940, Leo Hee Tong studied

    Josue Mangrobang Jr.

    Philippines

    Josue Mangrobang Jr. poses a riddle on the meaning of the images he depicts on his canvases. The prominent subject is wrapped in heavy layers of exercise book paper painted realistically and overlain with another image made of small detailed dots as a counter-image. Mangrobang’s meticulous treatment of his artworks is as impressive as the message he imparts to the viewer : the invaluable contribution of education and the sacredness of personal space.

    Ramon Orlina

    Philippines

    Fred Ramirez

    Philippines

    Kris Soguilon

    Philippines

    A Filipino living and working in North London, Kris Soguilon embodies multiculturalism and enjoys documenting cross-cultural manifestations in the vibrant environment around him. Born in Kalibo, Philippines (1972), Kris graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines in 1993. He has exhibited in the Philippines, Singapore and England. This is his 9th solo exhibition and first outside the Philippines.

    TR853-1 (TraseOne)

    Singapore

    Beginning as a self-taught graffiti artist in 1999, TraseOne (TR853-1) is highly regarded as one of the boundary-pushing pioneers of the local street art movement. In 2005, he was granted the inaugural Goh Chok Tong Youth Promise Award to expand his knowledge in art, eventually graduating with a Bachelor in Fine Arts (Honours) Degree in 2007 from the LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.

    Yeo Siak Goon

    Singapore

    Yeo Siak Goon 杨昔银 has an enduring fascination for the female form, whether decked in full costume regalia as in his Balinese dancers, or serenely bereft of clothing as in his sensual beachside nudes. Playing extensively with negative space, Siak Goon loves to conceal as much as he reveals, deliberately omitting key portions of his figures for one’s mind to connect limb to torso, and indulge in a game of visual peek-a-boo. Born in 1957, Malaysia, he presently lives and works in Singapo

    Mael de Guzman

    Philippines

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