Inaugural Exhibition: Ben Brown Fine Arts in Hong Kong

28 November 2009 - 29 January 2010
28 Nov 2009 - 29 Jan 2010 Hong Kong

Ben Brown Fine Arts is pleased to announce the opening of its Hong Kong outpost later this month. With two established spaces in London's Mayfair, this will be the third ambitious venture by Hong Kong born dealer Ben Brown. The launch comes at a time of great cultural effervescence in Hong Kong, with the city firmly establishing itself on the global art map. The increasing array of arts and culture initiatives, such as Art HK and West Kowloon Project, makes the city the perfect location for the gallery's impressive Western Art programme.

After two very successful shows in Hong Kong, it is a natural progression for Ben Brown Fine Arts to open a permanent gallery, allowing us to fully engage with the artistic scene and make the most of the expertise Ben Brown has gathered over the years with regards to this sophisticated market. Ben Brown Fine Arts will take residence in the heart of Central, in a bespoke gallery space designed by John Parson trained architect Andre Fu of AFSO. The impressive 4m gallery space is created with 3 interlinking chambers, each crafted in seamless architectural proportions to provide varying viewing angles for individual art pieces. Andre also seeks to contrast the bold forms by introducing subtle refined details and intriguing bamboo flooring.