Chinese Art from the Sir Run Run Shaw Collection (Shaw Foundation Charity Auction)

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5/F One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Open: Mon-Fri 9.30am-6pm


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Chinese Art from the Sir Run Run Shaw Collection (Shaw Foundation Charity Auction)

Auction: Tue 21 Jun - Tue 28 Jun 2022

5/F One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Chinese Art from the Sir Run Run Shaw Collection (Shaw Foundation Charity Auction)

Mon-Fri 9.30am-6pm

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由2月28日起,新條款及細則適用於蘇富比全球各地的拍賣類別(洋酒除外)。詳情請參閱相關拍賣頁面所載的業務規則或銷售規則。

 

Sir Run Run Shaw spent his professional life in the film and television industry, and he was a pioneer in the Chinese-language film industry. The Shaw Foundation Hong Kong, established in 1973 by philanthropist Mr Run Run Shaw, is dedicated to the development and global advancement of education, healthcare, scientific achievements and the arts. Under the guidance of visionaries Mr Run Run Shaw and his wife Mrs Mona Shaw, the Foundation has engaged and partnered with institutions, universities, hospitals and museums scattered across several continents, to bring to fruition more than 6,000 successful projects worldwide. In 2002, Mr and Mrs Shaw founded The Shaw Prize, an international award to honour individuals who achieve significant and distinguished advances in their respective fields. There are three categories to the Prize: Astronomy, Life Science and Medicine, and Mathematical Sciences, all awarded annually in Hong Kong. With a rich history of benevolence, The Shaw Foundation Hong Kong remains committed to furthering the aims of Mr and Mrs Shaw by continuing to focus widely on advancing societal progress and enhancing the quality of daily life for the betterment of society in general.

 

善澤仁仁:邵逸夫爵士收藏

 

邵逸夫爵士乃全球華語影視業界先驅,畢生投身於影視行業與慈善事業。1973年,他創立邵氏基金會,矢志推動世界各地的教育、醫療、科研與藝術發展。多年來,他與夫人邵方逸華領導基金會,與各地機構、大學、醫院、博物館合作,匡扶計劃多達六千項。2002年,邵爵士成立有「東方諾貝爾獎」之雅號的邵逸夫獎,彰揚於天文學、生命科學與醫學、數學科學領域貢獻卓越的國際學者。基金會歷年秉承邵氏慈善好施旨志,不懈促進社會發展,嘉惠社群。本場邵氏收藏的拍賣收益更將撥捐邵氏基金會,支持該機構之慈善項目,意義尤甚。

 

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For all sale enquiries please contact:

 

Nicolas Chow | Nicolas.Chow@sothebys.com | +852 2822 8128

Senior Director, Chairman, Asia, Worldwide Head and Chairman of Chinese Works of Art

 

Julian King | Julian.King@sothebys.com | +852 2822 5518

Senior Director, International Specialist, Chinese Works of Art

 

Carrie Li | Carrie.Li@sothebys.com | +852 2822 8155

Senior Director International, Senior Specialist, Chinese Works of Art

 

Sam Shum | Sam.Shum@sothebys.com | +852 2822 8125

Senior Director, Senior Specialist, Chinese Works of Art

 

Amethyst Chau | Amethyst.Chau@sothebys.com | +852 2822 8121

Director, Specialist, Chinese Works of Art

 

Vivian Tong | Vivian.Tong@sothebys.com | +852 2822 9027

Deputy Director, Head of Mid-Season Sales, Chinese Works of Art

 

Cristine Li | Cristine.Li@sothebys.com | +852 2822 8122

Deputy Director, Specialist, Chinese Works of Art

 

Mizuka Seya | Mizuka.Seya@sothebys.com | +81 3 3230 2755

Deputy Director, Specialist, Chinese Works of Art, Japan

 

Ching Yi Huang | Chingyi.Huang@sothebys.com | +886 2 2757 6689

Deputy Director, Specialist, Chinese Works of Art

 

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