Environment-focused shows are earning plaudits at the fair, such as Tai Kwun’s Old Bailey gallery’s installation titled HyperNature
Top fairs like Art Basel and Art Central are bringing in the world’s best collectors, which drives the quality of art and galleries being showcased in the city.
While art is essentially a passion investment, it also helps diversify a portfolio, especially in times of economic uncertainty
Sought-after Chinese artists like Zhao Zhao, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu, Qin Qi and Huang Yongping are in the spotlight at this year’s fair
Local talents like Peter Yuill, Katie Graham and Chan Ka Kiu are showcasing their work around the city in conjunction with the art fair
Top landmarks in the city’s art hub, have been given a creative lick of paint, thanks to the creative vision of Hong Kong Design Centre.
From the Mandarin Grill + Bar to Whisk at the Mira, restaurants are getting into the spirit with everything from bento sets to cocktails that taste as good as they look
Close relationships with the city’s galleries in the region seem to be a key entry point for artists planning their expansion in the region
Spectacular works at places like H Queen’s, Taikoo Place and The Peninsula hotel give the public a chance to see some of the top talent from around the world at no cost
With 242 galleries and 21 new global participants, this year’s fair at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre paints a diverse picture