Guardian Fine Art Asia, co-organized by the Guardian Art Center and the Hong Kong Fine Art Asia,
ended at the Art Museum of the China Millennium Monument on November 12, 2015.
The five-day show brought together nearly 1,000 masterpieces from dozens of exhibitors,
along with a large crowd of audiences.
Picking up the momentum of the first event in 2014, GFAA 2015 had more exhibitors.
Along with Rossi&Rossi, Gladwell & Patterson, Galerie Dumonteil and KAI-YIN LO,
many internationally renowned antique dealers and galleries were present,
including Galerie L'angelus from France,
Gilden's Arts Gallery from the UK, Danilo Giannoni from Italy and Yiyouzhai from Japan.
Also, the 2015 event featured a series of lectures to boost its academic significance.
Guardian Fine Art Asia made its debut on May 28, 2014,
as part of the Beijing International Fair for Trade in Services.
It was a joint program of the Guardian Art Center and the Hong Kong Fine Art Asia.
Among the exhibitors were 19 renowned art galleries that brought a wide range of items,
including antiques, classical western artworks, jewelry, timepieces,
and decorative art, and contemporary Chinese ink paintings.
The highlights included antiques from the 18th century Europe,
Asia and the Middle East, and works by Picasso and Monet.