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Pékin Fine Arts

Pékin Fine Arts

Private Gallery
 
Pékin Fine Arts Pékin Fine Arts is a Beijing-based private consultancy and art gallery established by Meg Maggio in November 2005. Ms. Maggio is a 20-year China resident, arts writer, curator and director of Pekin Fine Arts gallery, in Beijing . Ms. Maggio acts as advisor to leading museums, corporations and individuals on collecting and exhibiting contemporary art.

With over 600 square meters of exhibition space designed by Beijing-based artist/architect Ai Weiwei, Pekin Fine Arts strives to represent and to promote the best and most innovative contemporary artists from Asia , focusing on individuals adept at working in a wide-variety of medium, with experience in both domestic and international exhibitions.

In addition to hosting a wide range of gallery exhibitions in the Beijing gallery, Pékin Fine Arts plays an important role in promoting Asian artists internationally. Artists represented by Pékin Fine Arts have had exhibitions and/or works collected by art institutions such as: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Hayward Gallery, London, Musee Pompidou, Paris, MOMA, NYC, UCLA Hammer Museum, Seattle Art Museum, SF MOMA, De Young Museum, 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, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, and Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art, France.
Foundation year: 2005
Director(s): Ms. Meg Maggio
Employees: Amy Wang, Fubi, Victoria Wang
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