Inside Art Basel Hong Kong

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Kristen Ang and Dean Napolitano report: The third edition of Art Basel Hong Kong kicks off March 15, with artists, collectors, gallerists and others descending on the city for the three-day fair. The event, which was held in May the first two years, was pushed up to March this year.

“May was a real obstacle in terms of trying to realize the full potential of the show in Hong Kong. I think we’ll have a higher quality of works because these are galleries that have access to better material. I think that even the galleries who were here in the previous years will continue to bring better and better material as they feel like the market becomes more and more sophisticated.”

— Marc Spiegler, Art Basel’s director

WSJ’s Wei Gu and Paolo Bosonin give a preview of the must-see works at this year’s Art Basel Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong fair’s shift to March allows some prominent Western galleries to attend for the first time, Mr. Spiegler says.

“I think we’ll have a higher quality of works because these are galleries that have access to better material… (read more)

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Click through the slide show to see a preview of Asia’s most important art event.

 

 



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