ArtMart 2007– Annual Fundraising Event for Para/Site Preview Exhibition

Lawrence Weiner, Christian Jankowski, Wucius Wong, Anothermountainman, Kan Tai Keung, Frog King, Chen Shaoxiong, Lin Yilin, Zheng Guogu etc TSANG Tak Ping, William LIM, Yuk King TAN, Amy CHEUNG, Christopher KU, Hiram TO, Kacey WONG, CHEN Shaoxing, LEE Ki

Oct 24 – Oct 29, 2007

Para/Site Art Space is proud to present our ninth installment of ArtMart 2007, o ur annual auction of artworks by emerging and established artists, featuring Lawrence Weiner, Christian Jankowski, Wucius Wong, Anothermountainman, Kan Tai Keung, Frog King, Chen Shaoxiong, Lin Yilin, Zheng Guogu etc . The fundraising event consists of two parts: the Auction Preview and the Art Auction. All proceeds from this fundraising campaign will go directly to support Para/Site Art Space in fostering and promoting contemporary visual arts in Hong Kong.


Para/Site ArtMART Auction Preview 2007 at Three Pacific Place 

Para/Site Art Space is delighted to collaborate with Swire Properties again to present Para/Site ArtMart Auction Preview 2007. More than 20 pieces of original artworks in various media will be on display. An exhibition catalogue will also be provided to assist viewing the works. The details are as follows:


Exhibition Period : 24 – 29 October 2007


Time : 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.


Venue : Starstreet UG Lobby, Three Pacific Place, 1 Queen's Road East

Art Auction at KEE 

Our annual signature event, Art Auction will be held at KEE on 32 Wellington Street , 6F Central on 30 October 2007. The Art Auction will begin at 6:30pm with a casual cocktail reception, bidding starts at 7 :30pm. Further instructions for the auction will be included with the invitation and on our website.


ArtMart is a perfect event to view and bid on spectacular artworks from Hong Kong. It provides a platform to meet artists collaborating with Para/Site Art Space, to learn more about their works and to get together with fellow art-lovers.


The auction catalogue is now available online:



ArtMart started 9 years ago to raise funds for our organisation and to promote Hong Kong art and its artists. Every year, we hope to improve upon ourselves to make ArtMart a more exciting event, better serving the needs of the artists, our supporters and the community. Through ArtMart, it is our goal to raise more funds for artists to focus on the production process of art and put on high quality exhibitions.



Para/Site Art Space is a non-profit art organization founded by a group of artists in the beginning of 1996 as one of the first independent art spaces in Hong Kong. We produce, exhibit and com municate local and international contemporary arts to the local art community and are involved in various international exhibitions such as the 4 th Gwangju Biennale 2002, the 50 th Venice Biennale 2003 and the 2 nd Guangzhou Triennial 2005.


Our main activities include presenting an ambitious year programme comprising 10 exhibitions, publications of catalogues and PS magazine, Hong Kong's only bilingual visual arts publication. To compliment our year programme, seminars, talks and workshops conducted by both local and international art professionals are regularly organised. We also manage another exhibition space - Para/Site Central, the smallest exhibition venue in Hong Kong, hosted by Hanart TZ Gallery, featuring young local emerging talents.


Para/Site Art Space is supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council as well as vital contributions from patrons and friends of Para/Site Art Space.



The Starstreet Precinct – centred around Three Pacific Place and comprising mainly of Star Street, Moon Street, Sun Street, Wing Fung Street – is fast generating buzz as a destination for those who are in the mood for unique lifestyle choices. Back in the 1900s, it was the location of Hong Kong Electric’s power plant. Today, the precinct has evolved into an emerging dining area with strong artistic overtones, all thanks to a group of creative talents, designers and free-thinking restaurateurs who have filled the area with cafes, restaurants, bars, galleries, florists and home design outlets.


Together with a thoughtfully landscaped environment and a recently opened 3PP Link connecting the precinct to the rest of the PP complex, these ‘stars’ have turned the area into a Hong Kong lifestyle community with a quirky ambience, and have attracted other style-conscious entrepreneurs to add eclectic variety to the community. Apart from visitors who are in search of a hip and relaxed escape, the Starstreet Precinct also serves as a hub for high-profile finance and professional services corporations in Three Pacific Place, as well as a fashionable address for residents of the neighbouring premium residences.