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Art Basel Hong Kong Diary: Jeff Koons shakes it off

28 Mar 2024

Jeff Koons is making a splash in Hong Kong this week with an exhibition of early works at the Art Intelligence Global space in Wong Chuk Hang (until 26 April). Called Jeff Koons: 1979-1999, the show includes his headline-hitting porcelain sculpture Michael Jackson and Bubbles (1988), a high-kitsch depiction of the late Thriller pop star and his favourite chimpanzee. The work is making its debut on these shores...


The Best Shows to See in Hong Kong

27 Mar 2024

From Magdalen Wong’s theatre of stoic clowns at Current Plans to Jeff Koons’s early sculptures at Art Intelligence Global, these are the must-see exhibitions during Art Basel Hong Kong.


Artist Jeff Koons on moons, balloons and his upcoming Hong Kong exhibition

19 Mar 2024

As he sends his work into space and with a landmark exhibition in Hong Kong about to open at Art Intelligence Global on March 23, Jeff Koons, the world’s most expensive living artist, talks exclusively to Prestige.


ジェフ・クーンズのキャリア最初の20年に注目。「JEFF KOONS:1979-1999」展が香港で開催へ

7 Mar 2024

ジェフ・クーンズのアーティスト生涯の最初の20年に制作された7シリーズを紹介する展覧会「JEFF KOONS:1979-1999」が、香港のArt Intelligence Globalで開催される。会期は3月23日〜4月26日。


21 Must-See Exhibitions and Events During Hong Kong Art Month

1 Mar 2024

From March 23 to April 26, Art Intelligence Global presents Jeff Koons: 1979-1999 at its Hong Kong exhibition space. It features some of the artist’s most famous and definitive works, many of which are being shown in Asia for the first time.

Artnet News 

Jeff Koons’s Art Is on the Moon, but His Prices Have Cratered. Can Power Players Reignite His Market?

23 Feb 2024

Major shows will soon hit Hong Kong, New York, and London. Will a collector pay more than $50 million for his sculpture of Michael Jackson and Bubbles?

Artnet News 

The View From: Yuki Terase

14 Dec 2023

Rising interest rates and "revenge tourism" have slowed down art buying in Asia—and this is actually quite healthy.

1 Dec 2023

收藏是一種透過藝術家的視角及聲音,表達對對世界的期盼。一直以來大家都很關注新世代的聲音,2023年末賢藝匯(Art Intelligence Global)特別邀請重要青年收藏家尤金尼奧.瑞.瑞寶迪戈(Eugenio Re Rebaudengo)推出大展,展出他所屬世代的聲音,並透過這個非商業性質的展覽,讓東西方藏家能更近一步的交流。

Prestige Hong Kong 

Visionary Voices: Yuki Terase and Eugenio Re Rebaudengo’s combined exhibition

13 Oct 2023

Know the future of art before it happens: courtesy of Yuki Terase’s Art Intelligence Global, and Eugenio Re Rebaudengo.

Cultured Magazine

4 Art Advisors Reveal Their Secrets for Navigating Frieze Seoul

5 Sep 2023

Advisors reveal their best advice, from where to get a nourishing breakfast in town to how to tackle the fair as a newbie.

Artnet News

International Dealers Continue to Expand in Seoul, Casting a Vote of Confidence in South Korea Despite a Market Correction

5 Sep 2023

More galleries are setting up shop in the South Korean capital as Frieze Seoul returns for its second edition.


Onitsuka Tiger Presents Izumi Kato’s Solo Exhibition at London Flagship Store

26 Jul 2023

This summer, Onitsuka Tiger is hosting acclaimed Japanese artist Izumi Kato’s solo exhibition “PARASITIC : ONITSUKA” at Tiger Gallery™ located at its London flagship store. Curated by Yuki Terase, the founder of Art Intelligence Global, the project not only enlists artists to showcase their work through an exhibition space but commissions unique window installations for passersby to also experience.

Tatler Asia

5 Hong Kong art exhibitions to catch this summer

17 Jul 2023

Enter Art Intelligence Global’s (AIG) gallery space this summer for the Found in Translation exhibition, and you’d be forgiven if you think you’ve walked into the middle of a murder scene in a glamorous hotel room. 

Art Basel

Art world powerhouse Amy Cappellazzo shares the artists that caught her eye

6 Jun 2023

‘Last year was my 25th year at Art Basel. I don’t think I’ve missed one. I may not have always been there on opening day, but I’ve earned the silver anniversary keychain.

‘I remember going to the mall with my mother and we’d wander aimlessly, not knowing what we were looking for until we found it. It felt like a scavenger hunt. These days, at art fairs, we do know what we are going to see before we get there...


Cappellazzo on the Big Picture in Art Auctions and Investment

8 Jun 2023

Amy Cappellazzo, Founding Partner, Art Intelligence Global speaks about building investment in art with Bloomberg’s James Tarmy at Bloomberg Invest New York 2023. 

Tatler Asia 

Auction season sees international auctions doubling down on their investments in Hong Kong

25  May 2023

In light of auction season in Hong Kong, Yuki Terase, Founding Partner of Art Intelligence Global, shares her view on the future of the art market in Asia.

Art in America 

Hong Kong Diary: Conservative Painting Shows and Nightmarish Reminders of Raw Reality Collide During Art Basel

25  Apr 2023

The most potent show of painterly force came not from a gallery but from an art advisory: Art Intelligence Global marshaled a bunch of heavyweight Gerhard Richter “Abstrakte Bilder” in a single gallery within one of the towers that line Wong Chuk Hang Road on Hong Kong Island’s south side.

The Baer Faxt 

Art Intelligence Global holds Gerhard Richter’s first show in Hong Kong

25  Mar 2023

When Art Intelligence Global (AIG) made their debut last summer, the art advisory firm established themselves as a truly international player in the business, with dual headquarters in Manhattan and Hong Kong. Led by auction house veterans Amy Cappellazzo and Yuki Terase, AIG is marking Hong Kong’s reopening with the first solo exhibition devoted to Gerhard Richter in the city at their headquarters in Wong Chuk Hang.

Tatler Asia 

The weigh-in: Can art ever be bad?

11 Mar 2023

Yuki Terase, founding partner of Art Intelligence Global, goes head-to-head with Angelle Siyang-Le, director of Art Basel Hong Kong, in this month’s great debate.



What is Art Consultancy? Conversation with Yuki Terase on Consulting Work and Today’s Market

18 Feb 2023

從2011年加盟蘇富比(Sotheby’s)開啟藝術事業生涯,寺瀬由紀(Yuki Terase)在2018年出任亞洲區當代藝術部主管,任職期間,積極引進西方頂尖藝術,連續七季締造佳績,創下多項西方藝術家的亞洲區拍賣紀錄,更為人稱道的則是與潮流人物的拍賣策劃。2021年年中,寺瀬由紀在拋出離職的震撼彈後不久,於年底宣布與艾美.卡佩拉素(Amy Cappellazzo)合夥成立國際藝術顧問公司賢藝匯(Art Intelligence Global)

South China Morning Post

‘It was just so cool’: how London Royal Academy of Arts’ 1997 Sensation exhibition changed UK’s views on art, and inspired a Hong Kong art adviser

13 Jan 2023

Groundbreaking at the time, Sensation contemporary art show featured works by the Young British Artists and brought art to the masses in the mid-’90s. Hong Kong-based art adviser Yuki Terase reveals how attending the exhibition changed her life, and inspired her to pursue the ‘commercial aspect’ of art.

Prestige Hong Kong 

Art Exhibitions to Check Out This Month

1 Nov 2022

For its debut exhibition, Art Intelligence Global presents Shatter: Colour Field and the Women of Abstract Expressionism, a group show spotlighting five female artists who’ve made waves in the movement with disruptive explorations of colours. 

Tatler Asia

Yuki Terase | Tatler’s Asia’s Most Influential 2022

1 Nov 2022

Yuki Terase, Founding Partner, Art Intelligence Global, is named Tatler’s Asia’s Most Influential 2022. After making her name as a pioneer and record breaker as head of contemporary art in Asia for Sotheby’s, Yuki Terase left in 2021 to establish art advisory firm Art Intelligence Global (AIG) as a founding partner.

South China Morning Post

How banks can help make art more accessible as Hong Kong’s reputation grows as Asia’s arts and culture capital

1 Nov 2022

Yuki Terase, a veteran contemporary art specialist and founding partner of international art advisory firm, Art Intelligence Global, says support from the financial sector has long been crucial in helping the art scene thrive.

Artnet News 

A New Exhibition in Hong Kong Aims to Boost the Market for Female Abstract Expressionists—the Ones You Know and the Ones You Don’t

31 Aug 2022

Art Intelligence Global is inaugurating its Hong Kong exhibition space with a showcase of five Ab-Ex artists. The show will run October 3 through December 2, coinciding with the fall auctions at Sotheby’s and Christie’s as well as a number of prominent events such as the annual M+ museum gala. Loans come from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and Helen Frankenthaler Foundation.

The Value

Contemporary female artists’ abstract masterworks celebrated at AIG’s inaugural exhibition in HK

31 Aug 2022

AIG will have its first exhibition held this fall. Showcasing abstract expressionist art, the exhibition will highlight American female artists during the late 20th century – such as Helen Frankenthaler, Lee Krasner and Lynne Drexler.

In the Asian market, the appetite for Western art masterpieces has surged and this exhibition is timely for Asian collectors. 

Prestige Hong Kong

First Look:  Yuki Terase Walks Us Through Art Intelligence Global’s Hong Kong HQ

10 Aug 2022

Stepping into Art Intelligence Global, you can’t help but feel immersed in the white-walled effortlessness. But cant your head a few degrees upwards and it’s all exposed concrete; a nod towards the “industrial” and another nod towards the space as it used to stand — and all the others similarly built in Wong Chuk Hang.

The Value

When fashion meets art: Onitsuka Tiger turns its London flagship into a gallery

9 Aug 2022

This summer, a pleasant surprise comes from the well-known Japanese fashion label Onitsuka Tiger and Art Intelligence Global (AIG). When their creative minds collide, the result is Tiger Gallery – an out-of-the-box project that transforms the streetwear brand’s flagship stores into a gallery space.

Artnet News

Seeking to Cultivate Young Collectors, Art Intelligence Global is Teaming Up with a Japanese Streetwear Brand to Stage Roving Shows

25 Jul 2022

Art Intelligence Global (AIG), the advisory firm founded last year by former Sotheby’s bigwigs Amy Cappellazzo, Yuki Terase, and Adam Chinn, is moving into the gallery world—and they’re joining forces with a high-profile streetwear brand to do it. 

Prestige Hong Kong

March 2022 Print Issue: PEOPLE Profile - Yuki Terase

1 Mar 2022

There’s a new player in the art-advisory scene and it’s helmed by some of the best in the business. Heading its Asian arm is Yuki Terase, a Prestige Women of Power honouree, while co-founders Amy Cappellazzo and Adam Chinn hold down the fort in the West.

Art Market Journal

对话寺濑由纪 | 来自资深当代艺术顾问的市场洞察与收藏建议

14 Feb 2022

“过去两年艺术界面临着前所未有的改变:人们如何购买艺术品、如何建立收藏,这些行为和活动都受到了巨大的影响……由于旅行受限,准确地链接和传递专业知识将变得愈发重要,我们希望在这方面发挥作用。”寺濑由纪(Yuki Terase)谈到。

アート専門番組【MEET YOUR ART】


30 Jan 2022

今回の「MEET YOUR ART アート講座」では、 現代のアートマーケットで最も注目されるプレイヤーの1人である、 寺瀬由紀さんにお話を伺いました。

The Art Newspaper China


11 Jan 2022


Prestige Hong Kong

Prestige Women of Power 2021: Yuki Terase

2 Dec 2021

This year, art-industry powerhouse Yuki Terase launched Art Intelligence Global, an art advisory headquartered in Hong Kong and New York. A former head of Contemporary Art at Sotheby’s Asia, she joined forces with Amy Cappellazzo and Adam Chinn (both also ex- Sotheby’s) to take aim at a global market increasingly shaped by younger Asian collectors.

Artnet News Pro

Yuki Terase on Making Inroads with the 'Fast and Nimble' Asian Collectors

1 Dec 2021

Terase is probably holding the best hand in the global art market right now: access to the “fast and nimble” young buyers from the East, as she described them. Their position in the art industry spotlight today is the fruit of a collaborative effort in cultivating the Asian market, in which this Japanese auction house specialist-turned art advisor has played an instrumental role.



21 Nov 2021

10年にわたってサザビーズで現代美術マーケットの成長をけん引してきた寺瀬由紀。その寺瀬が今年7月、サザビーズを去るというニュースは、美術関連のメディアのヘッドラインを躍らせた。そして11月、新たなアートアドバイザリービジネス「Art Intelligence Global」を立ち上げた。


アジアの現代美術マーケットをけん引 寺瀬由紀

10 Nov 2021

金融業界からアートの世界へ ZOZO創業者前澤友作氏のバスキア約125億円購入の立役者

The Japan Times

Powerful auction veterans aim new company at Asian market

21 Oct 2021

There has been a rising interest over the past five years among Asian buyers in purchasing Western artists. In Hong Kong, “Untitled (Red Warrior)” by Jean-Michel Basquiat sold for about $21 million at Sotheby’s autumn sale featuring rare artworks, jewellery and ceramics. 

The Art Newspaper

Former Sotheby’s heavyweights form Art Intelligence Global, an art advisory with lofty aims

15 Oct 2021

Yuki Terase, the Hong Kong-based co-founder of the advisory firm Art Intelligence Global, thinks NFTs “will revolutionise the way we consume, experience and share art, and this new ecosystem will be largely shaped and driven by new players in the market–strongly led by young Asian collectors.” 

The Value

昔日拍賣場叱咤風雲 專訪合夥創業的東西方當代藝術市場Rainmakers

14 Oct 2021

寺瀬由紀 (Yuki Terase)與Amy Cappellazzo兩人合夥成立國際藝術顧問公司賢藝匯 Art Intelligence Global(AIG),於香港及紐約各設總部,「致力為客戶提供精闢藝術市場資訊、量身定制的收藏及融資策略、卓越的藝術研究、 專業知識和項目策劃。」



14 Oct 2021

國際藝術顧問公司賢藝匯(Art Intelligence Global) 宣布即日成立,由享譽業界的兩大藝術市場領軍人物寺瀬由紀(Yuki Terase)和艾美.卡佩拉素(Amy Cappellazzo)主理。賢藝匯業務橫跨全球,將致力為客戶提供精準的高端市場諮詢服務、收藏及融資策略、藝術研究、專業知識和項目策劃等。

The Value 


Contemporary Art Rainmakers Yuki Terase and Amy Cappellazzo reveal their new venture

14 Oct 2021

Two prominent Contemporary Art rainmakers suddenly left Sotheby’s earlier in the year – raising eyebrows in the art world. After months of wondering what they would do next, news of Yuki Terase and Amy Cappellazzo resurfaced.

Artnet News

Art Market Dynamos Amy Cappellazzo, Yuki Terase, and Adam Chinn Are Betting on Asia with a New Advisory Venture

14 Oct 2021

Auction house veterans Amy Cappellazzo, Yuki Terase, and Adam Chinn have banded together to open an art advisory focused on capturing the increasingly fruitful art market in Asia.

Art Market Monitor

Former Auction House Players Launch New Firm with a Focus on Asia's Growing Market

14 Oct 2021

Three auction veterans from Sotheby’s are launching a new art advisory firm that will focus on the rising market in Asia. Amy Cappellazzo and Yuki Terase are joining forces to start the advisory firm.


Former Auction House Power Players Launch New Firm with a Focus on Asia's Growing Market.

14 Oct 2021

 Amy Cappellazzo and Yuki Terase are joining forces to start the advisory firm. The company, Art Intelligence Global (AIG), will operate internationally between Hong Kong and New York.

The Financial Times


Frieze buzzes with buyers for serious art

14 Oct 2021

Rumours that Sotheby's former rainmaker, Amy Cappellazzo, had joined forces with Yuki Terase, previously head of contemporary art in Asia for the same auction house, turn out to be true. The pair will lead an art advisory business headquartered equally in New York and Hong Kong and with a focus on art as an asset class in a rapidly changing market.

New York Times

Powerful Auction Veterans Aim New Company at Asian Market

13 Oct 2021

The market for major collectors in the United States is largely saturated, Cappellazzo said in a joint sit-down interview... "whereas, when you get a whole crop of new collectors they’re much more voracious because they’re starting to build something.”              

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