From 24-29 November, Christie’s Hong Kong presents its second season of spectacular sales uniting Asian 20th-century and contemporary art; Chinese ceramics, paintings and works of art; jewels; watches; wine and handbags.
Among the many marquee week highlights are paintings by Sanyu, Zao Wou-Ki and Yoshitomo Nara; Ming-dynasty ceramic figures; a 16th-century Wucai ‘fish’ jar and a jade cong dating to around 2600 BC. Jewellery standouts include key jadeite pieces, and exquisite designs by Wallace Chan.
‘Hong Kong continues to consolidate its position as an epicentre of art,’ says Rebecca Wei, President of Christie’s Asia. ‘This season exemplifies our continued efforts to bring a global perspective to curation, catering to the increasingly cross-category and sophisticated buying habits of our collectors.’
For more information, visit christies.com/hk.