The 10th Guardian Fine Art Asia (GFAA 2023), focusing on antiques, classical art, design, and the aesthetics of life,
has selected and invited nearly 40 outstanding antique dealers, galleries, and art institutions to participate offline.
It brings together over 1,000 high-quality artworks,
spanning various segments that Guardian Fine Art Asia (GFAA) has consistently upheld, including Eastern and Western antiques, classical art, design, and aesthetic lifestyle.
It promises to deliver a magnificent and diverse feast for collectors and art art lovers.
This year's lineup of participating institutions not only features luminaries in antique art,
such as Himalayan art treasures, European antique furniture, Eastern and Western jewelry, classical oil paintings, and precious porcelain sculptures,
but also infuses the vitality of art galleries exploring new values in ancient aesthetics, such as contemporary jade carving, contemporary ink painting.
As for the exhibits, there are as usual an impressive collection of over a thousand exquisite artworks.
From Eastern antiques to Western classical oil paintings, from the splendid fusion of Eastern and Western jewelry to Himalayan art,
from fine Eastern porcelain to Western sculpture works, from ancient collectibles to contemporary aesthetic life designs,
the offerings are diverse and will undoubtedly inspire further exploration and discussion on "Make life an art, make art a way of life."