Art Basel Hong Kong 2016, the largest contemporary art fair in Hong Kong, takes place from March 24 to 26. Now in its fourth year, Art Basel is the biggest event in Hong Kong Art Month. The fair will draw hundreds of art collectors and connoisseurs from around the world to Hong Kong. Galleries and satellite fairs will be doing their utmost to attract a share of the attention and crowds with shows of their own. Read this page for tips about the artworks to see and places to go, and for news and views about Art Basel from the South China Morning Post's Culture team.
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Artist who choreographed Beijing Olympics opening ceremony likens process of applying oil paints to canvases such as those in Hong Kong exhibition to putting dance steps to musical orchestration
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Works from private collections of seven connoisseurs who were among the early buyers of Asian contemporary art shown in exhibition at Hong Kong Arts Centre to coincide with Art Basel
Teiya Iwabuchi, whose magazine covers art in East Asia for regional and international readerships, notes rise in events and gallery openings and growing global interest in Asian and Middle Eastern art
It’s party Central as a cosmopolitan roster of DJs and music makers descends on the city.
Common themes include elements such as earth and water, and Chinese brush paintings; there are art-inspired pastries, afternoon teas and cocktails too.