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The Second “6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” Held Its Grand Opening Promoting the Development of Macau Cultural and Creative Industries Creating an Exchange Platform for Young Artists

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photo-3Organised by SOCIL Cultural Development and Management Company Limited (“SOCIL Cultural”) and co-organised by Poly Auction, the Second “6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” held its grand opening at the Regency Art Hotel on 24th November. The Opening Ceremony was officiated by Mr. Ung Vai Meng, President of the Cultural Affairs Bureau; Ms. Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, Director of the Macao Government Tourism Office; Ms. Hsu Hsiu-Chu, Vice President of the Committee of Cultural Industries; Ms. Leong Vai Kei, Acting Deputy Director of Education and Youth Affairs Bureau; Ms. Angela Leong On Kei, Member of the Legislative Assembly; Mr. Diao Peng, Assistant of Department of Culture and Education of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao SAR; Mr. Zhao Xu, Executive Director of Poly International Auction; Ms. Inno Xie and Ms. Sabrina Ho Chiu Yeng, Founders of SOCIL Cultural Development and Management Company Limited. Celebrated galleries, art organizations, curators and art critics were also invited to witness the remarkable event.

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“6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” is the first art fair in Macau showcasing art works in hotel rooms. It aims to promote tourism and support the development of creative industries, bringing creativity into the homely hotel rooms. The Second “6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” will be held from 24th to 27th November 2016, featuring 60 young artists from local and overseas who were born after 1975. These artists will ignite the vitality of each hotel room by presenting their unique solo projects. The Second “6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” takes place in Regency Art Hotel and offers a platform for cultural exchange and connect collectors with art pieces of great potential.

The Second “6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” attracted 39 galleries and art organisations, 60 artists from a total of 7 countries and regions – Macau, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mainland China, Japan, Myanmar, and Malaysia – to bring their best selected art works and integrate with the hotel rooms. The fair serves as a platform for international art exchange and sales, bringing a new platform for art display and sale for the cultural arts industry in Macau, and helps to shape a diversified and innovative atmosphere in Macau. This promotes the continuing cultural arts development of the Macao SAR government, and thereby motivates the development of local tourism, and enhances Macau in becoming the world’s young and dynamic Art Capital.

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Apart from the main “6075” sector – 60 artists born after 1975, to continue the “Special Project” sector, the Second “6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” will collaborate with the China Academy of Art presenting creative works by five young artists born after 1975. The fair is also generously supported by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau of the Macao SAR who will introduce local outstanding young artists to encourage academic interaction. The Second “6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” will launch a brand new sector – “Special Discovery” sector – dedicated to one specific form of art. The upcoming fair will showcase and explore new possibility of photography and video works by emerging artists. Meanwhile, the fair also collaborates with the Dr. Stanley Ho Foundation presenting the “Dr. Stanley Ho Foundation Art Award” to select potential young artists with outstanding performance for supporting their future development and encourage future creation.

Ms. Sabrina Ho Chiu Yeng, one of the Founders of SOCIL Cultural, expressed, “I feel excited to witness the Second ‘6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair’. This time we continue to invite 60 artists born after 1975 to Macau, a city where East meets West, to bring their best works and integrate in the hotel rooms as an innovative way of showcasing art. Through this fair, I hope to bring in more diversified cultural arts events to Macau, as to provide varied interaction and experiences for local citizens, and also more opportunities for artists, and ultimately enrich the cultural arts experience in Macau.”photo-11

Ms. Inno Xie, the other Founder of SOCIL Cultural, stated, “Macau has a unique cultural environment and an ideal location, which provides a foundation for art development. I believe that through the growth of ‘6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair’, the artistic atmosphere in Macau can also be enriched. We welcome every artists, art galleries and organisations to join us and make the Second ‘6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair’ a successful one.”

The Second “6075 Macau Hotel Art Fair” is generously supported by various local and overseas enterprises and organisations to promote the development of young arts. The “Special Project” sector is supported by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau of the Macao SAR and the China Academy of Art. Sponsors include (in no particular order): Dr. Stanley Ho Foundation, Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A., Kampek Paradise Casino, Sociedade de Lotarias e Apostas Mútuas de Macau, Lda., Marvella Group (Paris), Bank Of China Macau Branch, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Macau) Limited, Banco Nacional Ultramarino S.A., Ah Charn Rice, MDSUN, Old Shanghai Restaurant, Sau San Tong, Ying Hai Travel, Ms. Emily Chan. Supporters include (in no particular order): LG, MACAU REGENCY GROUP, Chiii Design Ltd., Concept Communications (Macau) Limited, Folio Advertising Company Ltd., ONE PURE, Regency Art Hotel, and L’Arc Macau. Media partners include (in no particular order): Manner Production Ltd, ARTMAP, a.m. post, Art.Investment, ARTCO, Arton.Net, Hi Art, 99YS.com.

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