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 Banksy – Smiley Copper, Acrylic and spray paint stencil on paper, 2003, sheet size 91 x 61 cm, unique work on paper executed at Banksy's Turf War show London 2003|Andy Warhol - Shoes 1980 screenprint with diamond dust on arches aquarelle paper edition of 60 signed and numbered in pencil on verso 101.8 x 151.2 cm|Andy Warhol - Liz, Offset lithograph printed in colours, 1964, signed in ball-point pen, dated 65, from the edition of approximately 300, on wove paper, published by Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, image 55.9 by 55.8cm

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. Our clients are offered investment opportunities in blue-chip art as well as discerning acquisitions in the middle market. Detail oriented and effective research as well as our connections with galleries, dealers, collectors, and museums around the world provides transparent, up to date market prices, excellent provenance, and artwork that is certified by top experts in the field. With the art market becoming a solid asset for any portfolio, the importance of confident decision making about the investment and aesthetic qualities is paramount. Such decisions require trust and our art advisory service will give you the necessary due diligence along with dependable resources and reassurance that help to build a trustworthy relationship which will lead to a formidable art collection. From inception to the final step of hanging the art we help our clients make intelligent decisions that add to the long term value of their collection.   

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John Hoyland – Secret Circle, acrylic on canvas, 1985, 92 x 76 cm
Damien Hirst - Psalm Quare fremuerunt gentes, silkscreen with diamond dust, 74 x 71.5 cm, edition of 50, signed and numbered
Marc Quinn – Particle Ripple, oil on canvas, 169 x 255 cm

Yue Minjun  Untitled 1997 oil on canvas 40 x 40 cm signature on verso 2  01-LinJian - Copy  Zhao Kailin - Lady in Blue oil on canvas 91.5 x 152.5 cm  Zeng Chuanxing - Paper Bride in Waiting oil on canvas 110 x 140 cm - Copy

M.F. Husain - Five Horses 1970s Oil on canvas 43.5 x 70 in low res - Copy  Pip Todd Warmoth -  The Camel Boy Oil on Board 92.5 x 86cm  Auerbach - Portrait of Laurie Owen

Yue Minjun - Untitled, 1997, oil on canvas, 40 x 40 cm, signature on verso|Ling Jian – Untitled, oil on canvas, 250 x 300 cm|Zhao Kailin – Untitled, oil on canvas, 91.5 x 152.5 cm| Zeng Chuanxing – Paper Bride in Waiting, oil on canvas, 110 x 140 cm|M.F. Husain – Five Horses, 1970s, oil on canvas, 32 x 48 in|Pip Todd-Warmoth - The Camel Boy, Oil on Board, 92.5 x 86cm|Frank Auerbach – Portrait of Laurie Owen, 1971, oil on paper, 80 x 58.5 cm

Tanya Baxter Contemporary Gallery works in association with the Art Advisory, they work with a stable of very exciting international mid career artists with whom we have worked for the past twenty years and beyond. These include British, Royal Academy trained artist Pip Todd-Warmoth, Richard Allen, Benjamin Warner, Liu Fenghua, Jean Philippe Duboscq, Min Wae Aung, Alwar Balasubramaniam, Revati Sharma Singh, Ronnie Ford, Katarina Monnier, Paul Hughes, and Hong Viet Dung amonst others. These artists are very successful internationally, selling to private collectors, institutions, museums and foundations, and exhibiting in high profile art fairs, biennials and exhibitions.            

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Tracey Emin – More of You, lithograph in 2 colours on somerset 300 gsm paper, sheet size 90 x 70.2 cm, edition of 100, titled, signed, dated and numbered in pencil by Emin|Henri Matisse – Femme Nue, Drawing on Paper, 1927, Unique, Stamp signature, 33 x 23.5 cm|Bridget Riley - Untitled 1972, Gouache and pencil, signed, inscribed and dedicated for Arnold Goodman, 73.5 x 73.5 cm|Pablo Picasso - Tete de Femme, linocut in black, brown and beige from one block on Arches wove paper. Image size 65.7 x 54 cm, sheet size 75.6 x 62.3 cm, one of 20 proofs aside from edition of 50, signed pencil by Picasso

Michael Speller - Equilibrium cold cast bronze Ed. 12 69cm  Zhuang Hong Yi - Flowerbed 2 - Copy  Jean Philippe Duboscq - Untitled No 5 2012 mixed media on canvas 165 x 220 cm  Katarina Monier - Sunset Variations II oil on perspex 99 x 149 cm - low res - Copy

Michael Speller – Equilibrium, cold cast bronze, Ed. 12, 69cm | Zhuang Hong Yi – Flowerbed, rice paper & acrylic on canvas, 120 x 150 cm | Jean Philippe Duboscq – Untitled No. 5, mixed media on canvas, 165 x 220 cm | Katarina Monnier - Sunset Variations III, oil on perspex, 99 x 149 cm

Having experience and expertise in Contemporary art for over twenty years has given us insight to the present art market status post brexit and beyond which, in my opinion, is healthy and bodes well for the art market. This is evident by our expansion last year into Hong Kong, where we will be offering art advisory to private & corporate collectors, as well as museums. The Chinese market holds strong and the US market has not suffered any visible flutters at auction. The global phenomenon of contemporary art collecting is here to stay, the audience is growing all the time and our most recent art fairs attracted buyers from South America, the Us and the Middle East.The Autumn auctions and fairs such as Lapada, Frieze masters and Olympia present a very strong buying opportunity, especially for overseas collectors. The global art market breathed a collective sigh of relief during the June 2016 post-war contemporary art auctions. The market looks resolute & solid for the autumn sales in New York and London with no visible signs of contraction, the sales continuing to sky rocket for the top bluechip artists who have a strong currency such as Warhol, Richter, Kapoor, Rothco and Riley. Ironically the fact that the pound has lost value means it is the best time for foreign collectors to invest in Modern and British Contemporary.