Austro Sino Arts Program & The Embassy of the Arts

Embassy of the arts_refuse the shadows of the past-39 Installation Refuse the shadows of the past.
EFLYER 5 YEARS_small1905  Invitation Refuse the shows of the past, exhibition Hong Kong 07/2014.
 Embassy of the arts_refuse the shadows of the past-7 Opening ceremony Refuse the shadows of the past with Mrs. Carrie Lam, GBS, JP, Chief Secretary for Administration, Government of the HKSAR.
 Embassy of the arts_refuse the shadows of the past-8Installation Refuse the shadows of the past.
Dazibao_Indoor_Elements-1Installation Dazibao, Chongqing, 2013


Marlene Haderer_web--7  Outdoor Installation Chongqing, 2014
Alice Dittmar_web--2Outdoor Installation Chongqing, 2014
Jisook Min_web--6Outdoor Installation Chongqing, 2014

Invitation Left & Right exhibition, Beijing, 2013

ASAP left-right Opening-33Left & right exhibition, Beijing, 2012
IMG_1843Left & Right outdoor installation, 2012


Chuan Men exhibition invitation, Beijing, 2013
ChuanMenOpening_Lukas-157Chuan Men exhibition, Beijing, 2011
dabao2 Dabao exhibition, Beijing, 2010


Mifan Milan exhibition, Beijing, 2009

ASAP is an artist founded, artist run, not-for-profit, pro-active organisation. The founding members are Austrian artists with extensive experience in Chinese culture, Austrian contemporary art, multiple art mediums as well as backgrounds in program management and events coordination. Passionate about arts programming and community networking, ASAP’s founding members believe in the importance of intercultural dialogue and cooperation.

2009-2011: For the first three years the program focused primarily on the promotion of Austrian artwork created in China. Annual an exhibitions and film festivals were organised and catalog with ASAP actives published. In 2012 ASAP decided for the first time to alter the exhibition format and enter the public space. It was then The Embassy of the Arts (TEoTA) was founded, a trans-national and trans-medial platform. Today the Austro Sino Arts Program cooperates with the “The Embassy of The Arts”. TEoTA is public and mobile. Get in touch