Pékin Fine Arts is a Beijing-based contemporary art gallery representing international artists, focusing primarily on artists from China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Established by 20-year China resident Meg Maggio in 2005, the three main exhibit spaces are housed in No.241 Cao Changdi Village, over 600 square meters designed by Beijing-based artist/architect Ai Weiwei.
In addition to hosting a wide range of gallery exhibits in the Beijing gallery, Pékin Fine Arts plays an important role in promoting Asian artists internationally. Artists represented by Pékin Fine Arts have exhibited and/or had works collected by Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Saatchi Gallery, London; MOMA, NYC; UCLA Hammer Museum, LA; LACMA, LA; Seattle Art Museum; San Francisco MOMA; De Young Museum; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Henry Art Gallery (University of Washington); Boston Museum of Fine Arts; The Museum of Fine Arts; Houston; the International Center of Photography, NYC; JP Morgan Chase Art Collection; Norton Museum of Art; JGS Foundation; Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation; Williams College Art Museum; Venice Biennale; Arles International Festival Of Photography; UBS Art Collection, Switzerland; Hong Kong Heritage Museum; HSBC Art Collection; Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art; and Lyon Biennale, France.
In 2012 Pékin Fine Arts opened its Hong Kong gallery branch in Aberdeen’s Wong Chuk Hang district.
No.241 Cao Chang Di Village
Cui Ge Zhuang, Chaoyang District
Beijing, China 100015
Union Industrial Building
48 Wong Chuk Hang Road, 16/F
Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
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