When Queenie Rosita Law tells people about her new art space in Budapest, named Q Contemporary and dedicated to Eastern and Central European contemporary art, she’s used to getting strange looks. Central and Eastern European art? Budapest?
The direction may seem an odd choice for a young entrepreneur who grew up in Hong Kong and was educated at Central Saint Martins in London. But the 34-year-old collector, who traces her passion to time spent in Hungary around five years ago, believes it is a natural evolution.
“I fell in love with Central and Eastern European art after observing the raw expression and powerful energy from the region’s artists,” Law said.