Boogie Woogie Photography
Boogie Woogie Photography is a company founded by Vanessa Franklin and Xavier Mahe in Hong Kong in 2016 to promote photography in Asia. It is named after Piet Mondrian’s painting Broadway Boogie Woogie (1942-43) and the blues dance music of which he was so found.
Boogie Woogie Photography represents photographers, organises exhibitions as curators or producers and advises collectors.
Since 2016, the leading Asian antique and art fair Fine Art Asia dedicates an exhibition space to Photography and brings together a selection of Hong Kong and overseas galleries selected by Boogie Woogie Photography.
de Sarthe Gallery
DE SARTHE is a pioneering platform for boundary-pushing contemporary art from Asia. Founded in 1977, the gallery has also had an influential international presence in Modern and Post-war art since its establishment.
In 2017, on its 40th anniversary, DE SARTHE moved into the heart of Hong Kong’s thriving southside art district.
Soluna Fine Art
Soluna Fine Art is a gallery specialising in Asian fine art and objects with deep roots in South Korea.
Our mission is to revitalise interest in Eastern aesthetics and philosophy by showcasing established and emerging artists and works of traditional value with contemporary interpretation.
Works by artists represented by Soluna Fine Art can be found in private collections and institutions around the world.
As well as exhibitions, our annual programme includes fairs, educational initiatives and multi-disciplinary collaborations on an international level.
The Spectacle Group
Since 2013, The Spectacle Group has been bringing some of the most sought-after artists from the world to Asia. Based in Hong Kong, The Spectacle Group launched our artist residency in suburban Kowloon Tong in 2016.
With a unique space for immersing in local culture and enhancing creativity, artists and visitors can meet at its gallery during their residency period. The Spectacle Group represents 13 artists in Hong Kong.
La Galerie Paris 1839
La Galerie represents internationally recognised fine art photography masterpieces as well as a collection of works of emerging artists. With a deep understanding and sensitive approach of art, La Galerie builds its collections with passion, lucidity and high standards, extending its expertise to prints mixed media, street art and sculpture.
For years, Marie-Florence Gros and Cyril Delettre have shared the same passion for art, especially photography. They also have been working together combining successfully their skills and creative minds to build several artistic projects including text and photography exhibitions as well as short movies. Coming to Hong Kong, the 2 founders have been totally seduced by the energy that drives the city. They then decided to share with the public their passion and expertise opening La Galerie, right in the heart of the Asian art scene: La Galerie, Paris, 1839.
Opened in Noho Hong Kong over ten years ago, A Gallery has been showcasing new and emerging artists from the vibrant Asian art scene. The art space was launched in 2007 as a physical embodiment of the desire to share the joy of discovering new young talented artists from Asia and providing the most promising platform to showcase their works to local and international collectors. That endeavour has been a huge success with around 30 artists now represented.
A Gallery continues to be driven by passion and commitment to be part of the developing art scene, travelling to meet artists from China, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Europe, America, and more.
10 Chancery Lane Gallery
10 Chancery Lane Gallery opened its doors in May 2001. The gallery focuses on both established and emerging artists from around the world. We are committed to giving a breath of fresh air to the Hong Kong art scene by bringing works that can expand horizons, open minds and view the world and life in general through various different eyes, ideas and souls. Art is not just decoration for our walls but a connection with our deep inner selves and the world around us.
Seefood Room is an art gallery at the Haus of Contemporary, Central. The gallery aims to serve as a platform to introduce emerging artists and cultures from all over the world to Hong Kong through exhibitions and collaborations. Seefood Room is currently also developing as a rising source of contemporary art media. The gallery will release art news, industry picks, artist interviews, and more to keep readers up to date with the latest affairs.
Gallery EXIT was established in 2008 with the purpose of exhibiting progressive and ambitious works in all media that seek to go beyond the boundaries of nationality and discipline. The gallery acts as a platform to collaborate with artists in long-term relationship that promote understanding and awareness of their works.