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Over 250,000 visited Art Basel Hong Kong’s digital-only edition, mounted in response to the closure of the bricks-and-mortar show due to the coronavirus emergency. The challenges and uncertainties brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic mean that the art world has had to find ways to adjust to new realities. While all significant art exhibitions and institutions have shut up shop, online exhibitions and auction are proving a viable alternative. Art Basel brought forward the launch...

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The luxury watch show Baselworld has been forced to cancel its 2020 show after Switzerland’s Federal Council banned events for more than 1000 people because of fears about the spread of coronavirus Covid-19. A statement from the organiser said “For health safety reasons and in accordance with the precautionary principle following the bans of large-scale public and private events issued today by the Swiss federal and cantonal authorities, Baselworld announces that it has taken the...

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Art Basel has announced the cancellation of its upcoming fair in Hong Kong due to the outbreak and spread of the new coronavirus. Art Basel Hong Kong was scheduled to take place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) from March 19 to March 21, 2020. Following the severe outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which has recently been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization, Art Basel announced that it...

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Inspired by 2019, a new exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong will explore the way the cyberpunk genre has made it’s way into our reality. The exhibition is called Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future and draws inspirations from films such as Blade Runner, which was made in 1982 but is set in 2019, and The Matrix.  The cyberpunk genre often entails a future which is dominated by technologies, set in...

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A photography exhibition in Hong Kong will explore the past life of the harbour city between 1959 and 1960. A total of 130 photos will be shown at the F11 Foto Museum in the exhibition which will take place between the 3rd October 2019 and the 28th February 2020.  The show is called Ed Van der Elsken – Hong Kong the way it was. It will be the first time Elsken’s series will be shown in its...

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Once again Hong Kong’s most distinguished fine art fair welcomes elite international dealers and leading galleries to marvel at the treasures on display. Running from 4th to the 7th October, Fine Art Asia will exhibit extraordinary pieces at fairs across Asia and Western countries. These range from art and antiques, jewellery and timepieces to contemporary art, all spanning over five thousand years. Here, we show Arts & Collections’ favourite and most noteworthy pieces being displayed...

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AYE Project Space, a well-established Beijing-based gallery, is making its debut in Hong Kong with a dazzling pop-up exhibition, Angelus Novus, featuring the works of both Chinese and Western contemporary artists, including representative works of German Neo-expressionist masters. Held from March 26th to 31st, this co-production of Michael Werner Gallery and AYE Gallery will be held concurrently with Art Basel HK, with a shuttle bus to the venue in Chai Wan from the convention centre....

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Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre have been transformed by immense works of art, displayed digitally on the city’s largest screens. For those planning a visit to Hong Kong—the city that mixes feng shui and finance, trams and temples—this art installation is a must on your itinerary. Niio, one of the world’s leading platforms for digital format artwork, partnered with Hong Kong-based property developer Sino Group to bring the display to life....

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