Art Basel in Hong Kong announces plans for 2013 art fair – press release


Art Basel in Hong Kong, formerly ART HK, announced the composition of the gallery selection committees and exhibition sectors, which mirror the 2012 edition.

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Changing global retail landscape: Can Hong Kong art galleries adapt? Part I


In an essay for Taiwan-based art magazine ArtcoArt Radar founder Kate Cary Evans discusses the tectonic shifts that have emerged in the Hong Kong art scene over the past decade.

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ART HK sponsor Deutsche Bank backs Frieze in New York


By supporting New York’s inaugural Frieze Art Fair, Deutsche Bank is now the lead sponsor of all three Frieze events. In Asia, ART HK is one of the bank’s most important art partnerships.

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ART HK repositions ASIA ONE section for 2012, now “heart” of fair


By centralising its ASIA ONE section, ART HK is attempting to assert its “unique” position as the “only world class art fair to have a 50/50 balance of Asian and Western participation”.

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ART HK 11 Hong Kong art fair: Gallery sales – ART FUTURES and ASIA ONE sections


We move away from reporting on the “blue-chip” sales at ART HK 11 and take a closer look at what was happening in the new ASIA ONE and ART FUTURES sections of the fair.

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ART HK 11 Hong Kong art fair: IQ2 debater Simon de Pury on beautiful art – interview


Art Radar catches up with iconic auctioneer Simon de Pury, in Hong Kong to participate in the latest IQ2 debate, the motion of which is “Art Must Be Beautiful”.

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Hong Kong art fair ART HK 11: First day fair impressions


Art Radar founder Kate Cary Evans, more than slightly overwhelmed by the magnitude of the 2011 edition of ART HK, reports on the alternative sections of the fair.

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Hong Kong Street Art Series: ufo Gallery quits Hong Kong art scene


GALLERY CLOSURE ART MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVE ART As we wrote in a December 2010 article called ‘Gallery shake-out expected in Hong Kong in 2011’, a number of galleries in Hong Kong have been forced into closure due, in part, to the … Continue reading