Asian Contemporary Art Fair ’08

The first art fair of its kind in New York, ACAF returns this November 7-10 with over 80 exhibitors from 15 countries.

poster for Asian Contemporary Art Fair New York

Asian Contemporary Art Fair New York

at Pier 92
in the Midtown area
This event has ended - (2008-11-07 - 2008-11-10)

In Photo Reports by Matt Schlecht 2008-11-07 print

The second annual Asian Contemporary Art Fair is happening this weekend at Pier 92, with galleries from New York, China, Japan, Vietnam, Korea, India, Philippines and Singapore participating. This year’s fair is notable for its extended reach. As Executive Director Cristal Kim points out, ACAF has “diversified the scope of the fair to include artists from the Middle East and Central Asia.” NYAB attended the opening night preview and took a few photos among the overwhelming amount of artwork on display.

Scenic Pier 92 on the West Side of Manhattan.

NYAB welcomes you to the fair.

''North Korean'' soldiers, in Chinese artist Yibin Tian's performance piece, ''Control''.

Yibin Tian and soldiers.

A tea ceremony at Yamashita Gallery.

Liu Bolin at Eli Klein Fine Art.

Artist Chicara Nagata with his hand-made motorcycle at Ippodo Gallery.

A Yue Minjun sculpture.More soldiers. They were everywhere.

Studio Rouge from Shanghai.

Angel Chang fashion show.

Work by Bai Lilou and Xiang Jing, part of a special exhibition commissioned by ACAF NY and curated by Feng Boyi.

Ran Hwang's ''Dreaming of Joy'' installation.

Matt Schlecht

Matt Schlecht. Matt is an editor and writer based in Brooklyn. He is also Co-Director of Horse+Dragon NYC, an organization that provides editorial, publicity and design services for artists and nonprofits. » See other writings

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