Christie's Hong Kong Autumn Auctions 2019 will take place from 22-27 November at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. Experience the best of art and luxury through an exciting week of exhibitions, previews and forums. Don’t miss the spectacular auctions that showcase an exceptional selection of pieces from 20th Century and Contemporary Art, Chinese Paintings, Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, as well as a covetable selection of Jewellery, Watches, Wine and Handbags.

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Auction schedule

Fine & Rare Wines and Spirits

  • Auction

    23 Nov

20th Century & Contemporary Art (Evening Sale)

  • Auction

    23 Nov

20th Century & Contemporary Art (Morning Session)

  • Auction

    24 Nov

20th Century & Contemporary Art (Afternoon Session)

  • Auction

    24 Nov

Chinese Contemporary Ink

  • Auction

    25 Nov

Fine Chinese Classical Paintings and Calligraphy

  • Auction

    25 Nov

Handbags & Accessories

  • Auction

    25 Nov

Fine Chinese Modern Paintings

  • Auction

    26 Nov

Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels

  • Auction

    26 Nov

Important Watches

  • Auction

    27 Nov

Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art

  • Auction

    27 Nov


Asia tour information

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SHANGHAI

TAIPEI

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MACAU

Special Features

Art+Tech Summit: Mixed Reality

Christie's, in collaboration with Christie's Education, is delighted to present Art+Tech: Mixed Reality in Hong Kong this November. The third instalment of the global summit and the first in Asia, follows the successful discussions on blockchain in London and on A.I in New York.

The one-day conference will explore the role and impact of immersive experiences through augmented, virtual and mixed realities in every aspect of contemporary living. Christie’s is also the first auction house in Asia to incorporate AR and VR technologies into exhibitions.


Christie’s Education Programme

Chinese Art in Hong Kong: A Brief History of Collecting and the Art Market | Paintings

This two-day course provides an overview of the history of Chinese art collecting in Hong Kong from the late nineteenth century to the present.

Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and various locations

Date & Time: 23 – 24 November, 10:00am - 5:00pm

Language: English and Mandarin, with simultaneous interpretation