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  • Nov 24, 2023

Christie’s Post-Millennium Evening Sale: A Collab with Jay Chou

Discover the Future of Artistic Creation at the Christie’s–Jay Chou Collaboration

JAY CHOU and FRANCIS BELIN, President, Christie’s Asia Pacific (centre); ADA ONG, Deputy Chairman, Asia Pacific and Chairman, Taiwan at Christie’s (left); and EVELYN LIN, Deputy Chairman and Co-Head of the 20th and 21st Century Art Department, Christie’s Asia Pacific (right), at Christie’s Hong Kong 2023 Autumn Auction Preview in Taipei. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong. Artwork Credit: SUN YITIAN

Hong Kong | 25 – 28 November


Christie’s Hong Kong is proud to present an extraordinary event, The Post-Millennium Evening Sale: A Collab with Jay Chou, set to take place on November 28 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. This ground-breaking auction curated by global megastar and passionate art collector, Jay Chou, will showcase a remarkable selection of works by rising international artists who are making waves in the contemporary art scene.

Regarding the sale, Jay Chou expressed his heartfelt sentiment, “I am looking forward to showcasing some of the most talented and promising emerging artists from around the world by creating a stage where more people can get to know their works. Every one of the next generation of artists could be a future great artist. I would like to inspire them and be a guide throughout this journey as I myself have traversed this path.”

Handpicked with meticulous care by Jay Chou and Christie’s Hong Kong, this auction takes you on a journey through a dynamic curation of works by rapidly emerging talents. From the enigmatic and haunting works of Adrian Ghenie to bold storytelling of Dana Schutz, and from the mesmerizing creations of Loie Hollowell, to the evocative compositions of Jadé FadojutimiJia Aili, and Huang Yuxing, each artist brings a unique perspective and artistic style, pushing the boundaries of their respective mediums and redefining artistic tropes.

Elevate your art collecting experience at the highly-anticipated Post-Millennium Evening Sale, a collab with Jay Chou. Join us live in Hong Kong on November 28, 2023, or bid online for convenience (early registration recommended).


ADRIAN GHENIE, Lidless Eye, 2016/19, oil on canvas, 185 × 170 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.


US$4,900,000 –7,400,000

In Lidless Eye (2016/19) Berlin-based Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie pays homage to his artistic hero, Vincent van Gogh, by reimagining the great Post-Impressionist's famous Self-Portrait (1889). 

DANA SCHUTZ, Singer Songwriter, 2013, oil on canvas, 195.5 × 228.6 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.


Brooklyn-based artist Dana Schutz's Singer Songwriter (2013) depicts a musician serenading a timid audience member, its bold, gestural brushstrokes emphasizing the imaginary characters' emotional state. 

LOIE HOLLOWELL, Standing in a Sunrise, 2020, oil, acrylic medium, sawdust, and high-density foam on linen mounted on pane, 183 × 137.4 × 9.5 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.


At over 180-centimeters-tall, Standing in a Sunrise (2020) by American artist Loie Hollowell engulfs its viewer, radiating light as though animated by a sacred source.

JADE FADOJUTIMI, Turmoil, 2019, oil on canvas, 190 × 200 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.


In Turmoil (2019) by Jadé Fadojutimi, a London-based artist of Nigerian heritage, a chaotic assemblage of purple, red, and orange brushstrokes orchestrate an emotionally-charged, hypnotic landscape. 

AVERY SINGER, Untitled, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 198.1 × 154.9 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.



In Untitled (2017), New York-born artist Avery Singer brings the metaverse to the canvas, using her signature, digitally-assisted airbrushing technique to forge new realities.

HUANG YUXING, Landing In the Coast of Childhood Dreams, 2017/18, acrylic on canvas, 220 × 300 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.


Beijing-born artist Huang Yuxing's Landing in the Coast of Childhood Dreams (2017/18) transforms psychedelic colors and shapes to evoke the delicate balance between the ephemeral and the eternal.

JONATHAN GARDNER, Two Tone, 2018, oil on linen, 152.4 × 127 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.

US$ 100,000–192,000

In Two Tone (2018), New York-based artist Jonathan Gardner's uncanny painting defies the confines of space and time, with embedded symbolism adding to its surreal expression. 

LUCY BULL, Snail Effects, 2020, oil on canvas, 91.5 × 122 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.

US$ 360,000–490,000

New York-born, Los-Angeles-based artist Lucy Bull forges an imaginary dreamscape in Snail Effects (2020), captivating audiences with vivid colors and swirling abstraction.   

ROBERT NAVA, Sabre Tooth Rose Growth, 2021, acrylic and grease pencil on canvas, 185.6 × 216 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.



With its energetic, whimsical imagery, Sabre Tooth Rose Growth (2021) by Brooklyn-based artist Robert Nava welcomes nostalgia, inviting viewers to reminisce on childhood imagination. 


Hong Kong | 25 – 28 Nov | Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, No.1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai

Live Auction

Hong Kong | 28 Nov | Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, No.1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai

JAY CHOU in front of ADRIAN GHENIE‘s, Lidless Eye, 2016/19, oil on canvas, 185 × 170 cm. Courtesy Christie’s Hong Kong.

*This post is presented by Christie’s Hong Kong.

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