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Installing the creative journey of Dai Fujiwara

Crown Fine Art Hong Kong has been appointed by Hong Kong Design Institute to coordinate all of the logistics and management for packaging, transportation, and installation for Dai Fujiwara The Road of My Cyber Physical Hands.

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Crown Fine Art transports iconic statue, La Demeure Humaine, for Dutch National Bank

After recently undertaking a project to transport the Dutch National Bank’s art collection, we started off the year by managing its transportation and logistics of Ossip Zadkine’s sculpture, La Demeure Humaine.

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Unveiling the treasures from Sacred Hill

Crown Fine Art Hong Kong has been appointed by The Antiquities and Monuments Office (AMO) of HKSAR to crate, pack, install and provide project management services for the Treasures from Sacred Hill exhibition. 

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Moving relic collection to North Lamma Public Library and Heritage & Cultural Showroom

Crown Fine Art has been appointed by the Home Affairs Department of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) in transporting the relic collection discovered in Lamma Island, from Tsim Sha Tsui to the new Showroom in Yung She Wan, Lamma Island in Hong Kong.

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Exhibition: ‘The Craft of the Arts’ combines traditional creativity with the minor arts

The exhibition “The craft of the arts: Seduction and beauty in the contemporary world”, combines expressions of "traditional" artistic creativity, such as paintings and sculptures, with the so-called minor arts, such as coins, miniature sculpture, jewellery and silverware. 

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“Gio Pomodoro Panta Rei” portrays unique exhibition of masterpieces

The “Gio Pomodoro Panta Rei” exhibition was set in the noble spaces of the ‘Palazzo Ducale’ in Urbino, Italy, home to the National Gallery of the Marche. The exhibition, by the artist Montefeltro, comes to life through the curator Marisa Zattini Bruto Pomodoro, son of Italian sculptor Gio. The exhibition was open from 19th April to 2nd September 2018.

 
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