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Maria Kiang Chinese Art

Chinese Scholar's Objects and Works of Art
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Since established in 2006, Maria Kiang Chinese Art has developed an international reputation as one of the leading specialists in Chinese Antiques, notably in the field of Scholar’s Objects, Buddhist art, Song ceramics, and various works of art. Maria Kiang has regularly exhibited at major international fairs in Hong Kong, New York and Beijing.

The gallery worked with numerous important collectors and various museums around the world, receiving great applause for her understanding in Chinese Antiques as well as discovering rare and unique works of art. Maria Kiang Chinese Art is currently based in Hong Kong and receives visitors on an appointment only basis.

Insights From The Exhibitor

Exhibitions

Past
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CONVERGENCE Art and Design
at Fine Art Asia x Hong Kong Spotlight by Art Basel
Hong Kong
Nov 26–30, 2020
Past
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TEFAF New York Fall 2019
New York
Oct 31–Nov 5, 2019
Past
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Objects For the Scholar's Desk 2019
Scholar's Objects, Playthings, Incense, Rocks
Hong Kong
Oct 3–7, 2019
Past
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CONVERGENCE 2019
Antiques, Ink and Design
Hong Kong
Mar 26–Apr 2, 2019
Past
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TEFAF New York Fall 2018
New York
Oct 26–31, 2018
Past
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Objects For the Scholar's Desk 2018
Scholar's Objects, Playthings, Incense, Rocks
Hong Kong
Sep 28–Oct 2, 2018
Past
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TEFAF New York Fall 2017
New York
Oct 27–Nov 1, 2017
Past
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Objects For the Scholar's Desk 2017
Scholar's Objects, Playthings, Incense, Rocks
Hong Kong
Sep 29–Oct 3, 2017