Dealers / Galleries
Oi Ling Antiques
Oi Ling Antiques specialises in antiques favoured by traditional Chinese scholars – calligraphy, rubbings, manuscript, bronzes, sculptures, furniture and scholar’s boxes. The gallery is renowned for the in-depth academic research it conducts for the pieces it represents.
Exhibition during Asia Week Hong Kong
Traditional Chinese scholars were accomplished in painting, poetry, chess and qin. They would fill in their study room with a range of objects which are important in the pursuit of these activities including writing utensils and accessories for tea and incense ceremony. More than mere art curios, these objects embodied the highest degree of technical precision and finely honed aesthetic sensibility. As such, they also embodied the wisdom, traditions and values of the Chinese literati that governed China for more than two millennia.
At the International Antiques Fair, Oi Ling Antiques will be showcasing a range of literati art and objects: calligraphy, scholar’s rock, brushes, brush pots, furniture and stone sculptures and more, in a setting that is reminiscent of a scholar’s study.
Please visit booth D3 at the International Antiques Fair (Hall 5BC, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre) from 27th to 31st May, 2016.
72 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
(MON – SAT) 10:00am – 7:00pm, (SUN) 1:00pm – 6:30pm
(852) 2815 9422
Established in 2015 by Mr. Michael Leung and Mr. Gary Yee, ART SERINDIA LIMITED is one of the pioneer dealers in Hong Kong fully dedicated to Silk Road Buddhist art and Chinese works of art.
Art Serindia aims to provide professional art dealing service to collectors and will continue to expand its internationally recognised expertise and scholarship in Asian art and culture, through publications, exhibitions and curated study tours to the most exciting destinations of ancient Buddhist art. We welcome clients, by appointment only, for consultation and private viewings of select pieces.
Suite 302, The Workstation, 43 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
(MON – SUN) 11:00am – 6:00pm
(852) 5616 1263
ROSSI & ROSSI
Rossi & Rossi was founded in London in 1985. Today, it is among the leading galleries for contemporary artists from the Asia Pacific region. Operating spaces in both London and Hong Kong, Rossi & Rossi has garnered a reputation for supporting artists whose work addresses the protean struggle between the individual and structures of power. From Iran to Pakistan, and India to Cambodia, these artists produce work as diverse as their countries of origin, but are all engaged in the exploration of the visual language of art that comments upon our world and the gulfs between us.
Exhibition during Asia Week Hong Kong - Konstantin Bessmertny: Deity of Doubt
An artist who combines technical mastery with intellectual playfulness and a darkly idiosyncratic sense of humour, Bessmertny has recreated the characters of the major and minor tarot arcana in his newest body of paintings and sculptures. The exhibition will be accompanied by a limited edition tarot card deck illustrating each work. A reception for the artist will take place on 28 May at 3:00pm.
Yally Industrial Building Unit 3C, 6 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
(852) 3575 9417
Teresa Coleman Fine Arts Ltd.
Established in 1982, Teresa Coleman Fine Arts is best known for its extensive collection of antique embroidered costumes and textiles from the Chinese Imperial court of the Qing dynasty and earlier. Complementing the textiles are antique costume accessories, bound foot shoes, embroidered purses, hats, jewellery and hair ornaments.
We also hold a fine collection of objects made for export to the West during the 18th and 19th centuries, including fans, paintings, ivory, silver and lacquerware, together with a selection of European maps and engravings portraying a Western view of life in China from the 17th century onwards. There is also a small collection of Himalayan bronzes, paintings and Tibetan rugs.
Antique Tibetan and Himalayan arts, such as thangka paintings, Buddhist bronzes, rugs and furniture are also available. Building upon this stunning collection, Teresa has recently designed a range of high quality fine art prints, custom made textiles and reproductions, for use as art works, beddings and soft furnishings.
55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
(MON – SAT) 9:30am – 6:00pm
(852) 2526 2450 / (852) 2526 2557
The Tibetan Gallery
The Tibetan Gallery is a subsidiary of Teresa Coleman Fine Arts Ltd., specialising in Tibetan and Himalayan fine antique and arts since 1993. Our collections include rugs, furniture, amulet boxes, silver jewellery, thangka paintings and Buddhist bronzes. They range from beautiful everyday items to exquisite collectable and rare pieces from as early as the 12th century.
No. 55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
(MON – SAT) 9:30am – 6:00pm
(852) 2530 4863
YEWN Heritage Jeweller
YEWN is a seed that was sown five thousand years ago in China. It germinates each time Dickson Yewn, YEWN’s creative director, creates a wearable work of art. He uses sophisticated 21st century craftsmanship to make exquisite jewels that remind us of the national treasures once produced by the imperial artisans. YEWN has the vision to revive the finesse and sophistication of Chinese arts and culture.
“YEWN” is a play on words – it is not only Dickson’s family name, but also a homonym of “affinity” and “luck” in Chinese. Good fortune and auspicious symbolism are always central to Chinese philosophy and culture, and are represented in many different kinds of phrases, symbols and art media in China. These meaningful and powerful concepts can now be found in all YEWN’s fine jewelry collections.
Address : Shop 303, Level 3, The Landmark Atrium 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Opening Time : 10:00am – 7:00pm
Contact : (852) 3110 2298
Address : BL5A, Peninsula Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Opening Time : 10:00am – 7:00pm
Contact : (852) 3188 9283
For 30 years this is the only gallery in Japan specialising in antique Netsuke and Sagemono.
Netsuke are small carvings in ivory, wood and many other materials used since the 17th century as stoppers for Sagemono which are the various items for daily use attached to the Kimono sash, such as Inro (medicine containers), purses, tobacco pouches, etc.
Sagemonoya figures among the top dealers in this field and counts customers all over the world, including the Japanese Imperial family, leading collectors and museums. It publishes yearly catalogues used as reference books in many libraries.
Yotsuya 4-28-20 Suite 704 Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0004 Japan
(81) 03 3352 6286
Orientique is a Hong Kong-based antique and fine art dealer. Located in Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the gallery has been in business for over twenty years. Orientique is renowned for its expertise, and is a leading exclusive dealer in the very highest quality of Imperial Chinese porcelain, and other important and rare works of Chinese Art. Its collection ranges from pottery of the Neolithic, Tang and Han dynasties, to Ming and Qing Imperial porcelain. The team researches the provenance and condition of each and every piece before it is considered for the gallery. Resting on their expertise, Orientique provides clients with the comfort of “a guarantee of authenticity” on each piece sold.
Shop M4, Mezzanine Floor, Mandarin Oriental Hotel 5 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong
(MON – SUN) 10:30am – 7:00pm
(852) 2526 5889
Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery
Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery was established in Hong Kong in 1991. Over the years, Kwai Fung has been promoting Asian artists from different artistic traditions who have an extensive art and cultural experience in the West. Kwai Fung has organized over a hundred exhibitions, undertaken eleven major art events at museums, produced over thirty art catalogues, and published one hundred and twenty-five lithographs.
Exhibition during Asia Week Hong Kong - Exotica: Latest Works of Li Huayi
“Exotica” is the fruit of artist Li Huayi’s adventures through Xinjiang and Zhejiang provinces. As if holding a drop of ancient ink, bequeathed to Li by the masters of the Song Dynasty, he revitalises and transforms it into unprecedented three- dimensional dreamscapes, opening a new direction for Chinese ink painting in the 21st century.
Li Huayi, who has exhibited internationally, was honoured with a Leadership Award in 2015 by the Asia Society in Northern California. His works are widely collected by prestigious museums, including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, the Cleveland Museum of Art, Harvard University Art Museum, and the British Museum.
20 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong
(MON – SAT) 10:00 am – 6:30 pm
Close on SUN & Public Holidays
(852) 2580 0058
Sin Sin Fine Art
Sin Sin Fine Art is the first and main force in Hong Kong to bring Indonesian artworks to Hong Kong and open new windows for them to the international art scene. Sin Sin Fine Art focuses on contemporary art from all over the world that is spiritual and inspiring, cultivating a collection of works by selected international artists. Ms Sin Sin Man considers herself a risk taker, in the sense that her choices of artists are based not on their market value but on a genuine appreciation of their vision and talent — no matter where they come from. This sincere approach proved to be fruitful with many of the artists she has shown and who later received recognition on an international level.
G/F, 52 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong (852) 2858 5072
(MON – SAT) 9:30am – 6:30pm
Close on SUN & Public Holidays
Osage Gallery was established in Hong Kong in 2004 and grew quickly to become one of Asia’s largest commercial gallery groups. Osage has become well known in the art world for its uncompromising support for the most challenging and critically thought-provoking contemporary art.
Osage Gallery dances the edge of the latest innovations in art, culture and technology and is a platform for forward thinking and new ideas. Osage Gallery is curatorially driven and aims to be a catalyst for creative expression and the active engagement of audiences. Its programmes of exhibitions, publications and research examine the questions that shape and inspire us as individuals, and our cultures and communities.
Osage Gallery has gained wide international recognition for the global, multidisciplinary and diverse approaches of its programmes. Osage was the first Hong Kong gallery to feature at the Statements section of Art Basel, Basel in 2011, the Spotlight section at Frieze Masters in London in 2012, Arte Fiera in Bologna, Italy in 2014, Art Cologne in Germany in 2014, and is one of the first Hong Kong galleries to participate in Moving Image New York, 2014. Osage has also participated in Art Hong Kong from 2008 to 2012 and at Art Basel, Hong Kong from 2013 to 2016.
4/F, 20 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
(MON – SAT) 10:30am – 6:30pm
(SUN) 1:00pm – 6:30pm
(852) 2389 8332