New artists at Asia Contemporary Art Show

The Asia Contemporary Art Show, now in its 7th edition, is an annual exhibition held in Hong Kong. It showcases artworks by talented Asian artists and recognized international favorites.
This year 2,000 artworks by 300 artists are up for sale. The works are split into four main categories: paintings, sculpture, photography and limited edition works.
The show includes artworks by new artists, such as Hong-Kong based artists Bobo Po and Martin Lever, and Chinese artist Lin Yun.
More predictable are how works by established artists on the scene will perform. Saunderson expects paintings by Chinese artists Du Haijun and Hong Haochang to do well, as both have international profiles. A selection of their works will be priced at $9000 to $50,000 dollars.
Artist Zhang Xiaogang has an established international fanbase. Some of his works have previously sold for over $10 million dollars. His work "Big family number 1," appears at Sotheby's Auction House in London.

The Asia Contemporary Art Show will be on view October 8-11 at The Conrad hotel in Hong Kong. Saunderson curates a selection of highlights from the show in the gallery above.