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22 - 25 March 2023

Internationally acclaimed artist Javier Martin chooses Art Central to feature his fully new body of work - Conceptual Poetry.

Arta is thrilled to attend, for the first time, Art Central Hong Kong, and present a solo exhibition featuring first-time-shown series by Javier Martin.

20 - 23 October 2022

We are delighted that ARTA will be participating for the first time in the Affordable Art Fair in London. 
Please find us at the G4 booth, we are going to present a group show of eight established and emerging artists, including Andrea Björsell, Eric Fok, Ewelina Skowrońska, Michell Lie, Michael Chance, Monika Koch, Phillip Hui, and  Ricardo Rodriguez.  

11 - 18 April 2022

Arta is thrilled to invite you for a group show with originals drawings and prints made by Andreas von Buddenbrock, and paintings by Francesco Lietti and Ewa Budka. The show is titled "Ai Yah" depicting pieces of ordinary days, from what we see as a day-by-day business on the streets to basic emotions and desires that we all experience daily. The exhibition is running from the 11th to the 18th of April 2022.

22 - 28 February 2022

Arta is thrilled to present a solo show  ‘Urban Jungle’, featuring Francesco Lietti’s mixed-media paintings and digital art.

Lietti’s inspiration lies deeply in his free spirit, the curiosity of discovering new cultures, and everything behind it: fascinated by the variety of colors, the rich smells, and the plethora of images he was drawn to return and stay.


11 November - 16 December 2021 


Arta, in partnership with Gallery HZ, is thrilled to present the group exhibition - ‘skin in the game’ featuring mixed media paintings by Ewa Budka,  Javier Martin & Ewelina Skowrońska,  photography works by Chong-Il Woo.

Profoundly inspired by human nature - sexuality, emotions and desires the “skin in the game” exhibition metaphorically and literally presents the complexity of womanhood in today's ambiguous world. The artists adopted different mediums and styles to inquire into the role of women in a cross-cultural contemporary society.