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Art Central 2024 - A2Z Gallery

Featuring the works of : Danhôo, Jono Toh, Le Thuy, Li Donglu, Shiori Eda and Takashi Hara, join us at Art Central Art from March 28 to March 31 on booth B06. 


Art Central showcases the next generation of talent from Asia’s most innovative galleries alongside distinguished artists from around the world. Presented in partnership with United Overseas Bank (UOB), Art Central will return to its home on Hong Kong’s iconic Central Harbourfront in 2024, with a Preview on Wednesday, 27 March and run through Sunday, 31 March. The upcoming edition will be staged in an architect-designed, purpose-built structure overlooking Victoria Harbour, conveniently situated in the heart of the city’s business district within walking distance of Art Basel at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and a short ferry ride to M+ and Palace Museum Hong Kong.

About A2Z Gallery

Located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, A2Z Art Gallery, founded in 2009 and specialising in contemporary art, presents a selection of international artists. Ziwei and Anthony Phuong, the gallery founders, have created a place where artists have carte blanche to express their world. "I want to support artists who have digested the technological revolutions and social mutations all over the world," said Anthony Phuong.

A2Z Art Gallery supports its international artists in their creations. In particular Asian contemporary artists and Western artists, collaborating with many international galleries and cultural institutions to developing exchanges between Asia and France, A2Z Art Gallery has become and continues to affirm itself as one of the most prominent partners to promote Asian Contemporary Art.

About Le Thuy

Le Thuy is an artist based in Hoi An, Viet Nam. Graduated with a BA in Fine Arts, she has exhibited consistently, both domestic and international. Most notably, Hongkong 2022, Singapore 2016. Her recent solo exhibitions are “The Silence is Deafening” Vietnam 2020, and “Uninhabited” Singapore 2016. Her works are witnesses of the times. The artist believes that the desperate struggle to exist is reflected in the behaviour and origins of a people. Thuy expresses the anguish of the desperate, trampled and forgotten. The social, environmental and cultural neglect and exploitation that leave only mute echoes.

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