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The Highly Collectible Art Fair promises painting, sculpture, porcelain and more

An exhibition of ‘unique and rarely exhibited’ pieces is set to open this weekend at the Orient Foundation.

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An exhibition of ‘unique and rarely exhibited’ pieces is set to open this weekend at the Orient Foundation.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 8:05 am

After a successful debut last year, the Orient Foundation is bringing back the Highly Collectible Art Fair. The exhibition is set to open on 11 March at 5:30 pm at Casa Garden and will feature 60 artworks.  

China Trade paintings, porcelain and sculptures with a Sino-Portuguese connection are among the pieces to be exhibited. 

Among the Chinese works on show are paintings by Feng Zikai, famed for his mànhuà comics, and a sketch by painter Ai Xuan. 

[See more: Fang Lijun exhibition opens at the Macao Museum of Art]

Of Western artists, the Belarusian-French surrealist painter Marc Chagall is represented by some lithographs and there are rare 19th-century prints of artworks by the German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer.

The pieces on show are “unique and rarely exhibited”, according to a statement by the foundation.

The Highly Collectible Art Fair will run through 19 March, with the exception of Monday, 13 March.

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 8:05 am

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