Fine Art Asia 2011 with Robin Markbreiter

Date :
Monday, 3 October 2011
Time :
11:00 – 12:30
Venue :
Meet at Entrance to Fair Hall 5 (New Wing), Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Cost :
$120 member, $180 non-member, free for student with valid ID
Note :
Optional lunch with Speaker afterwards on a share-cost basis
Enquiries :
Bonnie Huo at 8201-8900

Fine Art Asia 2011 is Asia’s leading annual fine art and antiques fair. Over seventy prominent local and international dealers from Asia, Europe and the USA will be represented in this event from 3-7 October at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. On display will be Asian and Western art, antiques, fine jewellery, Modern and Contemporary art. Fine Art Asia 2011 ( will be held during the peak art and auction season of October in Hong Kong.

The Society is delighted that Robin Markbreiter, Director and Executive Editor at "Arts of Asia" (, the foremost international Asian arts and antiques magazine, has kindly agreed to lead our members through this fair. A native Cantonese speaker and a collector of Chinese, Japanese and Southeast Asian art, Robin Markbreiter will bring to our attention a selection of highlights on display and introduce members to prominent gallery owners and exhibitors. This is a unique opportunity to become informed about the most desirable and finest quality objects at the show.

Robin Markbreiter graduated from Manchester University with a BA (Hons) in Economics and Accounting Finance. He received a MBA (Hons) from London Business School, and also attended the MBA Program at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. A writer and photographer, he has worked passionately at "Arts of Asia" for over twenty years, overseeing all aspects of the business from design to production. He attends important art fairs, auctions, museum and gallery exhibitions around the world, appears on radio and TV, and gives presentations on Asian art to Hong Kong and overseas organizations. Robin Markreiter is considered one of the most influential writer and commentator on the Asian auction and art fair scene.