Art Basel Hong Kong returns to full scale with a 2024 edition featuring 242 premier international galleries and a vibrant program both within and beyond the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Art Basel Hong Kong will take place from March 28 to 30, 2024. Hong Kong fair features premier galleries from Asia and beyond. It provides an in-depth overview of Asia-Pacific’s astonishing diversity, as well as global artistic perspectives through modern and contemporary works.
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Art Basel Hong Kong
Founded in 1970 by gallerists from Basel, Art Basel today stages the world’s premier art shows for Modern and contemporary art, sited in Basel, Miami Beach, Hong Kong, and Paris. Defined by its host city and region, each show is unique, which is reflected in its participating galleries, artworks presented, and the content of parallel programming produced in collaboration with local institutions for each edition. Art Basel’s engagement has expanded beyond art fairs through new digital platforms and initiatives such as the Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report.
Galleries | Art Basel Hong Kong
Art Basel’s 2024 Hong Kong edition will feature 242 of the world’s leading galleries presenting works of art of the highest quality from their extensive programs. Among the wide variety of works on display, textile art and its attractive diversity will be one of the main highlights.
Galerie Lelong & Co. (Paris, New York)
Lisson Gallery (Beijing, Shanghai, London, Los Angeles, New York)
Matthew Marks Gallery (Los Angeles, New York)
Miguel Abreu Gallery (New York)
Regen Projects (Los Angeles)
Sprüth Magers (Berlin, London, Los Angeles, New York)
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (Los Angeles, New York)
Galleria Franco Noero (Turin)
Acquavella Galleries (New York, Palm Beach)
Galleria d’Arte Maggiore G.A.M. (Bologna, Rome, Venice)
Annely Juda Fine Art (London)
Modern Art (London)
kurimanzutto (Mexico City, New York)
Galerie Eva Presenhuber (Zurich, Seoul, Vienna).
Discoveries | Art Basel Hong Kong
Dedicated to solo presentations by emerging artists, will feature 22 galleries. Several presentations will tackle the complex topics of urban development and the shifting nature of public space in the modern age.
Tarq (Mumbai) will showcase the work of Mumbai-born Sameer Kulavoor, an artist inspired by his hometown’s fast-paced development whose work explores the effects of the Indian megalopolis’ urban growth on its inhabitants.
Fine Arts, Sydney (Sydney) will present a sculptural project by Yona Lee that invites viewers to confront the way man-made structures impact public space.
Further highlights of the sector include Fiza Khatri’s installation, comprised of paintings, drawings, and sculptural garlands functioning as decorative devices, presented by Jhaveri Contemporary (Mumbai).
Anh Tran’s new body of work, an immersive triptych painting in Western abstraction, presented in Asia for the first time by Fitzpatrick Gallery (Paris).
Lee Kai Chung’s multi-channel video and photographic installation delving into Hong Kong’s role as a center for information exchange and intelligence operations during the Cold War era, presented by Tabula Rasa Gallery.
Insights | Art Basel Hon Kong
Dedicated to artists hailing from Asia and the Asia-Pacific region, the Insights sector will feature 20 galleries, with a strong focus on historical presentations.
First-time exhibitor √K Contemporary (Tokyo) will showcase Nankoku Hidai, one of the earliest and most influential figures in avant-garde calligraphy of the 20th century.
PTT Space (Taipei), will present works by the late master De-Jinn Shiy, who openly explored desire in his emotional portraiture from the 1950s to the 1970s, testifying to his status as a queer pioneer in East Asia.
HdM Gallery (Beijing) will present works on paper by Haywen T’ang, who lived and worked in Paris and stands at the crossroads of several major artistic currents of the 20th century, including minimalism, Gutai, and lyrical abstraction.
The sector will also feature Western galleries whose programs are dedicated to artistic production from Asia and the Middle East, as well as Middle Eastern galleries shedding light on their region’s art scenes. They include Galerie Vazieux (Paris) presenting Fong Chung-Ray, Nonaka-Hill (Los Angeles) presenting Kiyomizu Rokubey VIII, and Tadaaki Kuwayama, Dastan Gallery (Toronto) presenting Mohsen Vaziri-Moghaddam, Hafez Gallery (Jeddah) presenting Filwa Nazer, and Lawrie Shabibi (Dubai) presenting Shaikha Al Mazrou.