Next asian events for Elisabetta Rogai’s wine-made paintings

Dear friends, Elisabetta’s paintings in Hong Kong will be featured at the following events:
Hong Kong Art Walk – Hong Kong, April 18, 2013
All art galleries in Hong Kong will remain open until Midnight and later, to give collectors and art lovers the chance to walk around the city from one gallery to another. It’s a promotional yearly event that attracts all sort of visitors. Art Supermarket gallery is well located near the Escalator where approx. 60,000 people pass by every day!
Art Basel in Hong Kong – Hong Kong, May 23-26, 2013
Normally takes place in top / 5* hotels or at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, HKCEC (which you may recall I have already contacted around February but got no response). This is a very prestigious Contemporary Art Fair, also yearly, that attracts people come from all over the world, both as exhibitors and as visitors. It started in Basel, now Hong Kong and Miami and has a branch in London too. Part of this fair incorporates the Asia Contemporary Art Show (http://www.asiacontemporaryart.com/our_exhibitors/gallery-a-cube/) which is partly owened by Art Basel and therefore the fair will take place in the same venue and dates – two fairs in one – double visibility!

Towards the end of the year, we may attend the following, however the gallery will confirm around the time which one we may go (probably the second one):

Fine Art Asia – Hong Kong, October 4-7, 2013 or

Asia Contemporary Art Show – Hong Kong, October 3-6, 2 2013

My wine-made paintings at Mandarin Oriental (Hong Kong)

Dear friends,

thanks to Elisa Capponi and Micheal Manzardo, my wine-made paintings have been exposed at Asian Hotel Art Fair (5th edition) at Mandarin Hotel, in Hong Kong. Here’s some pics!

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Cari amici,

grazie a Elisa Capponi e Micheal Manzardo, i miei dipini “wine-made” sono stati esposti alla Asian Hotel Art Fair (5° edizione) all’hotel Mandarin, Hong Kong. Ecco alcune foto!

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte Rogai

 

Mandarin Hotel EnoArte

L’EnoArte bandiera dell’Italia ai Decanter Asian Wine Awards

EnoArte Hong Kong premiere

Se l’Australia domina sul fronte dei vini tour court, all’Italia resta la palma del miglior mix tra arte e vino. Questo, almeno, è ciò che sancisce il “Decanter Asian Wine Award”, tenutosi a Hong Kong nei giorni scorsi, nella settimana di feste per il nuovo anno cinese. Al concorso – il primo internazionale con sede in Asia – l’Australia ha dominato, portando a casa 6 dei 13 trofei in palio: 3 sono andati alla Francia e uno ciascuno ad Argentina, Nuova Zelanda, Spagna e Italia (che ha vinto col 2009 Marchesi Alfieri, Barbera d’Asti Superiore, Piemonte). Il Decanter Asia ha ricevuto 2249 vini, mentre il concorso ‘fratello maggiore’ – il Decanter World Wine Awards, fondato nel 2004 e il più ambito al mondo – ne ricevette più di 14mila.

A lato del concorso dei vini si è tenuta una mostra di ‘Arte e Vino’, dominata da Elisabetta Rogai, una pittrice basata a Firenze che dipinge col vino. Usa vini toscani senza additivi e fa ricorso a una formula segreta che previene la discolorazione di questo mezzo espressivo. I colori tuttavia cambiano col maturare del vino: sei mesi dopo il completamento del quadro i colori, che prima andavano dal viola al rosso ciliegia si trsformano in toni di ambra, arancione e marrone.

Ecco il link all’articolo del China Post

Hong Kong premiere’s photogallery

Dear friends,

here you can find a small photogallery about my asian premiere, at Art Supermarket in Hong Kong. Thanks to mr. Micheal Manzardo, gallery’s owner, and to my friend (and asian agent) Elisa Capponi with her husband Ed.

Enjoy!

My agent Elisa and her husband Ed show my wine-made paintings

My agent Elisa and her husband Ed show my wine-made paintings

People outside the Art Supermarket

People outside the Art Supermarket

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Some girls look at my wine-made paintings brochure

Some girls look at my wine-made paintings brochure

EnoArte Hong Kong premiere

People staring in front of my wine-made paintings

People staring in front of my wine-made paintings

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Elisa Capponi shows wine-made paintings to some art lover

Elisa Capponi shows wine-made paintings to some art lover

 

EnoArte Hong Kong premiere

The Art Supermarket, the gallery that host my wine-made paintings

The Art Supermarket, the gallery that host my wine-made paintings

 

EnoArte Hong Kong premiere

Italian food & wine to celebrate my wine-made paintings

Italian food & wine to celebrate my wine-made paintings