The exhibition center comes alive with a spectacular showcase of art and culture during this period, coinciding with the 6th Hong Kong International Art and Collectibles Expo.

Spanning an impressive 28,400 sq. m, the exhibition unites a diverse range of over 600 exhibitors from across the globe. Countries and territories represented include Vietnam, the Philippines, Iran, Russia, Nepal, Zimbabwe, and various cities from mainland China, each bringing their unique artistic and cultural perspectives.

Visitors to the expo are treated to a rich array of creative expressions, including calligraphy, watercolor and oil paintings, modern art, photography, jewelry, collectibles, antiques, ceramics, sculpture, and embroidery. It’s a celebration of the diverse talents and heritages that exist within our world.

At its core, the exhibition strives to foster deeper connections and cohesion between nations through art and culture. By providing a platform for international cooperation, the event creates a refreshing and inspiring atmosphere for the industry. Each country has the opportunity to present its distinct artistic and cultural identity, enriching the experience for all attendees.

The Hong Kong International Art and Collectibles Expo also serves as a global stage for artists to exhibit their masterpieces. Curators and collectors alike find this expo invaluable, as it facilitates exchange, evaluation, investment, and collection of artworks, creating a vibrant ecosystem for the art world.

A series of enriching concurrent events further enhance the experience, including insightful seminars, captivating performances, and exciting competitions, ensuring there is something for everyone.

With such a diverse range of offerings, the exhibition organizers anticipate attracting over 20,000 visitors from countries and regions worldwide, making it a truly international celebration of art and culture.

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