• Press release
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  • Hong Kong
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  • For immediate release
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  • 3 October 2019


Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, No. 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong

This Autumn, Christie’s will once again convene collectors and art lovers with a full week of sales, lectures, previews, exhibitions and forums in the global art hub of Hong Kong from 22-27 November.

These landmark sales feature a vast range of exquisite works that bear historical significance and distinguished provenance. The key categories on offer this season include: 20th Century and Contemporary Art, Chinese Classical and Modern Paintings, Chinese Ceramics and Works of Arts, as well as a full array of luxury items across- Magnificent Jewels, Important Watches, Fine and Rare Wine and Handbags and Accessories. By spanning a broad range of eras, genres, mediums and cultures, collectors are offered works from a global and boundless horizon.

A leading highlight this season is the “Art + Tech Summit: Mixed Reality” event to take place on 21 November. As the first auction house in Asia incorporating augmented and virtual reality technologies into exhibitions, the summit aims to explore the role and impact of immersive experiences through augmented, virtual and mixed realities in every aspect of contemporary living in this one-day conference.

About Christie’s

Founded in 1766, Christie’s is a world-leading art and luxury business. Renowned and trusted for its expert live and online auctions, as well as its bespoke private sales, Christie’s offers a full portfolio of global services to its clients, including art appraisal, art financing, international real estate and education. Christie’s has a physical presence in 46 countries, throughout the Americas, Europe, Middle East, and Asia Pacific, with flagship international sales hubs in New York, London, Hong Kong, Paris and Geneva. It also is the only international auction house authorized to hold sales in mainland China (Shanghai).

Christie’s auctions span more than 80 art and luxury categories, at price points ranging from $200 to over $100 million. In recent years, Christie’s has achieved the world record price for an artwork at auction (Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvador Mundi, 2017), for a single collection sale (the Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller, 2018), and for a work by a living artist (Jeff Koons’ Rabbit, 2019).

Christie’s Private Sales offers a seamless service for buying and selling art, jewellery and watches outside of the auction calendar, working exclusively with Christie’s specialists at a client’s individual pace.

Recent innovations at Christie’s include the groundbreaking sale of the first NFT for a digital work of art ever offered at a major auction house (Beeple’s Everydays, March 2021), with the unprecedented acceptance of cryptocurrency as a means of payment. As an industry leader in digital innovation, Christie’s also continues to pioneer new technologies that are redefining the business of art, including the creation of viewing and bidding experiences that integrate augmented reality, global livestreaming, buy-now channels, and hybrid sales formats. 

Christie’s is dedicated to advancing responsible culture throughout its business and communities worldwide, including achieving sustainability through net zero carbon emissions by 2030, and actively using its platform in the art world to amplify under-represented voices and support positive change.

Browse, bid, discover, and join us for the best of art and luxury at: or by downloading Christie’s apps. The COVID-related re-opening status of our global locations is available here.