Art Basel Hong Kong announces galleries for 2016

New exhibitors will be joining the 4th edition of Art Basel Hong Kong in 2016. Art Basel Hong Kong will take place again in March 2016, with a strong line-up of galleries from across the world, including new arrivals, as … Continue reading

Art Radar’s top 10 booths to visit at Art Basel Hong Kong 2015

As Art Basel Hong Kong has finally opened its doors, Art Radar picks top 10 booths to visit at this year’s edition.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2014 now a key fixture on the global art calendar – Fair round up

Art Basel Hong Kong 2014 closed on 18 May 2014 with USD1 billion worth of art on sale and over 65,000 visitors confirming its place on the global art calendar.

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3 insiders reveal the hottest contemporary art venues in the Gulf

Three experts from the Middle East pick the best places to see contemporary art in the region.

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Art14 London: A global art fair hits the mark? Media round up

Art14 wraps up its second edition to positive reviews from galleries, commentators and the media, with most commending the fair’s stronger focus on global art.

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Saudi artist builds Amen Art Foundation for younger generation

Saudi Arabia to get first foundation run for artists, by artist Riyadh-based conceptual artist Abdulnasser Gharem plans to open an arts foundation supporting emerging artists in the Saudi capital. The Amen Art Foundation, which does not yet have an official … Continue reading

Arab Spring for Saudi art? Gallerist Hamza Serafi – interview

From 25 to 28 February 2013, Saudi Arabia hosted its first major visual art event, Jeddah Art Week. Art Radar spoke to Jeddah-based gallerist and curator Hamza Serafi.

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“Boutique” Abu Dhabi art fair welcomes 6 new Asian galleries

Abu Dhabi Art recently announced the participating galleries for its fourth edition, set to run from 7 to 10 November 2012. This year, six new galleries from Asia have been added to the exhibitor list.

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