Amelie Gallery's artist Huang Kai received 40 UNDER 40 AWARD by Perspective magazine, Hong Kong
http://www.perspectiveglobal.com/40-under-40/2011/art
Celebrating the creative talents of young designers and artists from around Asia, 40 UNDER 40 AWARD recognizes Asia's talented young design vanguard: all under 40 years old, they represent a generation that is already shaping our world, our behavior, our image and our expectations. They are the faces of the future.
The recipients were presented with their awards by key industry figures Horace Pan, Vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association; Eric Chan, Vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Designers Association etc. In 2011,apart from Huang Kai, another award recipient from mainland China is Xia Junna.


Amelie Gallery at Art Beijing 2010 Contemporary Art Fair

2010 4.29~5.2
Artists: Duan ZhengQu,Chen Qi,Fan Bo, Ma Ke, Zeng Jianyong, Liu Ruizhao, Huang Kai
National Agricultural Exhibition Center
Beijing, China

Amelie Gallery at 09 ShContemporary, Sept 10-13 th, 2009

Established itself as Asia's most dynamic and international contemporary art fair, 09 ShContemporary returns with a new artistic direction. A unique curatorial team consisting of Wang Jianwei, Mami Kataoka, and Anton Vidokle is working with Fair Director Colin Chinnery to give ShContemporary09 an experimental and daring artistic vision. Amelie Gallery will bring artists Duan ZhengQu, ChenQi, Liu RuiZhao, Niu Miao, etc. to join the BEST OF GALLERIES section. Selected by the Artistic Committee on the basis of projects and special presentations, the best galleries from the entire Asia, exhibiting along a carefully selected group of galleries from Europe and the Americas, will show the most interesting contemporary talents. Amelie Gallery artists' conceptually innovative paintings and sculptures will be a stunning surprise for the collectors visiting 09 ShContemporary.


Commitment in Social Responsibility
China Securities Journal (a leading financial newspaper published by China XinHua News Agency), in cooperation with China's premier online brands Sohu.com and Tencent (QQ.com) jointly published the result of a public vote for China's top art institutions that demonstrate Outstanding Commitment in Social Responsibility in the year of 2008.

Amelie Gallery is among the top eight galleries in the winners list for its long-term commitment in art education, intellectually-challenging curatorial practice and integrity in its artists promotion. "Against the turbulence of global financial crisis, apart from welfare donations for public good, business devotion and social commitment to the art community are crucial for the sustainability of Chinese contemporary art", commented by China Securities Journal.


Amelie Gallery artist Huang Kai is invited to show in
Speak.Describe-2009 Cross-Strait Contemporary Art Exhibition

Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2009.05.23-06.28
National Art Museum of China, 2009.07.23-08.13


This is the first large-scale contemporary art exhibition which is the fruit of a close collaboration between art museums across the Strait. Fan DiAn, Director of National Art Museum of China and Ava Hsueh, Director of Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts are the Curators of this exhibition. Xu Hong, researcher at National Art Museum of China and PAN Hsien-Jen, research team member of Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts are the Executive Curators.

An art exhibition of this scale held in museums across the Strait in succession is a record-breaker in the cross-strait exchange history. This exhibition is composed of 58 artworks by 29 artists across the strait. Amelie Gallery artist Huang Kai is invited to participate among a group of leading artists from mainland. The works include paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, videos and other media.


Amelie Gallery contributes artworks for half the sky foundation on the 2009 Canadian Charity Ball.

May 9th, 2009
The Canadian Charity Ball, organized by the Canadian Embassy and Canada China Business Council, is an annual event starting in 1987, which gathers Canadians and friends of Canadians in Beijing to raise money for charity. In 2009's Charity Ball, Amelie Gallery contributes artworks in the auction section, helping raise proceeds for the half the sky foundation, a charity supporting orphans in China. Half the Sky Foundation was founded in 2004 to benefit Chinese orphans in Chinese government approved orphanages.


 

Hand over
-Special reports on the impact of global financial crisis on Chinese art market.

For anybody who still watches the news these days, the international art market, which some think is led by the phenomenal rise of contemporary Chinese art, is on the brink of tumbling. Pieces that would have easily fetched hundreds of thousands of dollars have gone unsold at auctions; galleries have shut down in the middle of refurbishment; and artists who had previously been limoed around for show openings have suddenly found time to paint...ChinaDaily interviewed Jerome Sans, director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art and Amelie Gallery director Mrs. Long Yu who shared their insight.

Goodbye to snobbery but how long will it last?

By all signs, 798 Art District - the number refers to its 1950s central Bauhaus building - seems to have embarked on a "de-gentrification" process of its own. The wave of bourgeois bohemia, with its special mix of commerce, public spiritedness and urban snobbery, has been receding since late last year.

ChinaDaily
interviewed Lu Jie, founder and director of Long March Space, and Mrs. Long Yu, Director of Amelie Gallery.

Gloomy picture?

Can China's contemporary art market survive and even thrive in the global financial crisis? Reactions differ among people in the art sector but some, like Xiao Baozhen, are not optimistic.

ChinaDaily
interviewed Tony Chang, artistic director of the Amelie Gallery who has no time for self-pity..."Since there's not much we can do to change the macro-economic climate, what needs most attention for an art gallery is to upgrade its business strategies and management status," he declares.



A positive impression

In the dash for cash, many trailblazing Chinese artists are leaving the ancient art form of printmaking in the dust. But Su Xinping, professor of Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), strives to keep this dying medium alive and kicking.

ChinaDaily interviewed prominent artist Su Xinping whose works featured on the New Year Print Art Festival organized by Amelie Gallery.