Asia Art Archive’s executive director,  Christopher K. Ho, at the revamped library in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Asia Art Archive’s executive director, Christopher K. Ho, at the revamped library in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Revamped Asia Art Archive public library in Hong Kong goes from cramped to cosy after major year-long revamp

  • The Asia Art Archive (AAA) is reopening its public library of over 120,000 art historical records after a revamp that has transformed its 15-year-old premises
  • The first exhibition and public workshops to take place in the reopened space will launch on October 3 by appointment and to the public after November 23

Asia Art Archive’s executive director,  Christopher K. Ho, at the revamped library in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Asia Art Archive’s executive director, Christopher K. Ho, at the revamped library in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Corrected [2:35pm, 3 Oct, 2022]

  • [2:35pm, 3 Oct, 2022]

    The organisation is Asia Art Archive, not Asia Art Archives, and Chinachem is among several sponsors of its new library

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