Peking Art Associates is a full service art advisory firm with broad mainland China and international experience in large-scale academic, museum, corporate and hospitality projects.

Emily de Wolfe Pettit established her Representative Office, Arts Influential China, in Shanghai in 2006. Peking Art Associates (PAA) was formed in 2013. Peking Art Associates has extensive experience in the technical development of art commissions and integration into design, the presentation of exhibition and cross-border cultural engagement, and are highly qualified in the management of complex, large-scale projects. We are highly experienced in corporate and brand positioning in China through art collection and programming.

Every project undertaken by Peking Art Associates is designed personally and directly by Emily de Wolfe Pettit. All of the resources of PAA and the extensive experience of the firm’s partners are available to assist in the design effort and to carry the effort forward through technical development, rigorous due diligence and competent administration.

The current high profile projects under Peking Art Associates’ exclusive management:

The solo mid-career retrospective exhibition of British artist Marc Quinn in China, commencing at the Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing.

The Exhibition of The President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, National Art Museum of China Director, Professor Wu Weishan, previously unseen works of the modern Irish artist Patrick Scott, and ink artist Patricia Hudak and calligrapher Wei Ligang at Dublin Castle October 7th - December 8th 2017, supported by The Office of Public Works Ireland, Kildare Village and LIAN Cultural Development Company.

All Art Works' conception and production for the Hotel and Serviced Apartments at Rosewood Guangzhou.

PAA concurrently undertakes a number of further projects in the hospitality sector, including cruise ships, and laterally supports exhibitions of talented younger generation artists, for which we produce research, writing and bilingual hardback English-Chinese publications.

Our Associates are:

Michelle Ho (Researcher & Writer, Hong Kong); Patricia Tang (Operations Manager, Beijing); Michelle Feng (Liaison, London); Juan Zhang (Client Relations, Sydney); Li Yihui (Accounts, Beijing); and Fu Tian (Events Support, Beijing).