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Patricia Chen is a seasoned art business professional who brings with her more than 15 years of experience in Art Management and Business, in particular, Communications in the Real Estate and Hospitality sectors. Patricia created Southeast Asia's art market's first modern and contemporary art indices and is a familiar face in the Southeast Asian art scene, as a writer, researcher and presenter of new content bridging art and business – the most recent being, "If I had to start over”, a panel on art collecting involving top Indonesian art collectors, Dr. Oei Hong Djien and Deddy Kusuma. In addition, she has also been invited to present new research content in Jakarta and Singapore. Some of these included "The Southeast Asian art market and the global financial crisis" and "Southeast Asian art through the financial lens". Patricia is the columnist for C-Arts’ "Collectors' Guide to the Southeast Asian art market" and has contributed to Financial Times, The Art Newspaper and Art Market Report. Her Master’s thesis, "Is the Southeast Asian art market riding on a bubble ?" received high honors.

Patricia’s foray into the world of visual arts started with her involvement as General Manager of Sculpture Square, a contemporary three-dimensional art space in Singapore. There, she is perhaps best remembered for her efforts in debuting many cutting-edge art-educational initiatives that attracted enormous interest from schools and the community. In addition to the arts, Patricia also had business exposure in the Hospitality and Real Estate sectors in Asia, working for InterContinental Hotels Group (Asia Pacific) and WingTai Asia. Patricia graduated cum laude from the Sotheby's Institute of Art with a Master's degree (Distinction) in Art Business and holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science, Economics and Statistics.
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