Alisan Fine Arts, founded in 1981, is one of the first professionally run gallery in Hong Kong. Over the years it has organised more than 100 exhibitions for Chinese artists living around the world. Through these exhibitions and other events, Alisan has brought to Hong Kong and other parts of Asia established international Chinese artists, including Zao Wouki, Chu Teh Chun and Gao Xingjian (France), Chao Chung Hsiang, John Way and Fay Ming (USA), Walasse Ting (Netherlands) and Hsiao Chin (Italy). In 1987 the gallery began promoting Chinese artists from the mainland.
Chinese Surrealism is Alisan Fine Arts' take on Surrealism through the lens of six Hong Kong artists.
Steven Lee, Managing Director of Asia Art Center (Taipei), talks about the gallery's new headquarters.
Ocula Magazine previews a selection of highlights showing with galleries at Art Basel Hong Kong, running between 19 and 23 May 2021.
The exhibition is a who's who of the city's artists, with some surprising international inclusions.
Raspy, trumpeted notes dip, jump and shimmy across a melodic scale, meandering spontaneously through a supporting rhythmic foundation of brassy hi-hats, double bass twangs and piano progressions. So b
Having been recently nominated for the Women of Hope award, Daphne King-Yao, the director of Alisan Fine Arts, is not only a gallerist but also a dedicated philanthropist in the arts and culture secto
Hong Kong artist Fung Ming Chip's research into the history of ideograms and pictographs, especially in relation to Chinese calligraphy, seems increasingly relevant in a media saturated world in which
The third edition of Art Central’s show in Hong Kong closed on Saturday, 25 March 2017. Timed to coincide with Swiss mega fair Art Basel Hong Kong, the younger art fair Art Central took place from the
This group exhibition curated by Amy Lee features remarkable pieces by 14 Chinese contemporary artists with their classic and innovative art.