The Art & Antiques Fair, Olympia
26 June - 2 July 2017
This year at the Olympia Fine Art & Antiques Fair we will be exhibiting a discerning selection of Contemporary Chinese Art. From the captivating contemporary Classical Realist style of Zeng Chuanxing’s ‘Paper Brides’ – a much smaller piece from the series recently sold for £146,500 in the Christie’s auction of Sting & Trudie Styler’s art collection - to the intricate and mesmerizing installation work of Zhuang Hong Yi whose work has been shown at Art Basel, The Venice Biennale and numerous exhibits internationally, Contemporary Chinese art and the Chinese art market are pushing the art market forward more than ever. This is evidenced by an over 20% increase in sales in Asia over the past 6 months – Sotheby’s recent Asia sale reached $461.5 million – and also by an increase in sales and interest in Chinese Contemporary Artists. The influence of Chinese blue chip art collectors has been further endorsed by the recent purchase of a 13.5% stake in Sotheby’s auction house by Chinese life assurer Taikang Life. Taikang Life is one of China’s largest insurers with net assets of $5bn.
Zhuang Hong Yi - Flowerbed, fine rice paper and acrlyic on canvas, 120 x 150 cm
Founded in Hong Kong and with locations in London & Hong Kong, Tanya Baxter Contemporary bridges the gap between the Western and Chinese art markets. Having established long standing relationships with Chinese & international artists and collectors we exhibit some of the most exciting Contemporary Chinese artists alongside established blue chip international art. Our art advisory service operates at the top end of the market, providing specialist services and personal curation to prestigious private clients, corporations, foundations, private banks and offices.
Tanya Baxter Contemporary will also be exhibiting a discerning collection of British Modern and Contemporary masters. Featured artists include Marc Quinn, Banksy, Bridget Riley, John Hoyland, Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst amongst others.
John Hoyland – Loving Lady, acrylic on canvas, 1981, acrylic on cotton duck, 102 x 89 cm, signed, titled and dated verso
Post War and Contemporary Art continues to command the art market, accounting for the largest section of the fine art auction market – 46 percent by value. With figures of astounding growth over the past decade, and an ever increasing population of collectors, art professionals and institutions all over the world, Contemporary art posts attractive returns for investors and is a much more transparent and efficient market for collectors to enter into.
Tanya Baxter Contemporary Art Advisory deals in the secondary market with the biggest names of Post War and Contemporary art globally. These include Banksy, Andy Warhol, Anish Kapoor, Marc Quinn, Gerhard Richter, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Wang Guangyi, Antony Gormley, Ai Weiwei, Francis Bacon, Yue Minjun, Tracey Emin, and Frank Auerbach amongst others. Modern and Contemporary Blue-chip works are suited for a growing serious collection; these artists continue to exhibit resilience and growth in value despite the global shifts in the art market, providing an excellent investment opportunity with potential for high returns.
Marc Quinn – Particle Ripple, oil on canvas, 169 x 255 cm
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Exhibition of International Emerging Artists
Early July 2017
436 Kings Road, London SW10 0LJ
The art world is a dynamic world where we interact and communicate in a multitude of ways. These communcations are highly individualized and this is the essence of art and the driving force that keeps art alive. Art forces the observer to evaluate their way of thinking, looking, experiencing and interpreting the real world. Turning reality into a personal perception rather than a true reflection; boundaries are challenged, beliefs are questioned, norms and values tested. The world of art is challenging, exciting, demanding, eye opening and extremely energizing and rewarding.
This exhibition, which brings together a group of diverse, international artists from an array of backgrounds, challenges the viewer to cross these boundaries and to question their belief system. Featuring artists from South Africa, Belgium, France, the U.K., Myanmar and the United States, the exhibition celebrates diversity and the human race.
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