Market force or critic’s voice? Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 Salon – video


Georgina Adam from the Financial Times, Hong Kong-based art adviser Jehan Chu and Hammad Nasar from Asia Art Archive discuss how the value of contemporary art is determined: the critic or the market, at Art Basel Hong Kong 2013’s first Salon talk.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2013: a fair to remember?


Visitors, exhibitors and critics weigh-in on the first Art Basel Hong Kong edition, which welcomed 60,000 visitors, 245 galleries and 3,000 exhibiting artists, and closed on 26 May 2013.

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“We had no studios until the ’90s'”: Hong Kong artist panel at Art Basel – video


The Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 Conversations series opens at Asia Society on 19 May 2013 with a debate between  four Hong Kong artists and the curator of the new museum for visual culture M+, West Kowloon Cultural District.

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Alien encounters at Art Basel Hong Kong 2013: conceptual artist Shezad Dawood – interview


Conceptual artist Shezad Dawood talks ancient astronomy, archetypes and aliens ahead of Art Basel Hong Kong 2013. As the first ever Art Basel Hong Kong opens its doors from the 23 to 26 May 2013, UK-based artist Shezad Dawood talks … Continue reading

History, memory, nation: Thai artists depict a country of complexity – picture feast


Six Thai artists reflect on the current state of Thailand in “Subjective Truth”, an exhibition curated by Iola Lenzi at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong and coinciding with the first edition of Art Basel Hong Kong 2013.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2013: Rolling media round up [UPDATED 28 May 2013]


As the art world converges on Hong Kong for the first Asian edition of Art Basel, Art Radar picks out the best of the international press coverage for you every day.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2013: Buying art at art fairs – 4 tips by Art Radar for Wall Street Journal


Art Radar founder Kate Cary Evans recently provided Wall Street Journal with four useful tips on how to tackle Art Basel Hong Kong 2013, the biggest art fair in Asia.

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