Art Basel Hong Kong

Art Basel Hong Kong


Your guide to navigate the fair

Art Basel's 2024 edition in Hong Kong is set to be a vibrant celebration of the global art community's resurgence, boasting a remarkable increase in exhibitor numbers. Featuring 242 galleries from 40 countries and territories, marking a substantial 37% growth compared to 2023, this edition marks a significant return to the show's pre-pandemic scale. Emphasizing Asia's thriving art scenes and beyond, more than half of the exhibitors are based in the region. Notably, 69 galleries are returning participants, while 23 galleries from diverse regions, including Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas, will debut at the fair for the first time. Collaborating with galleries, artists, renowned institutions, and cultural partners, Art Basel will curate a dynamic city-wide program of events and activations throughout the show week.

Art Basel Hong Kong will unfold at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) from March 28 to 30, 2024, with Preview Days scheduled for March 26 and 27.

Chapter NY - Booth 1C29

For Art Basel Hong Kong Discoveries, Chapter NY is pleased to present Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand, a multi-media presentation by Antonia Kuo.
In her unique “photochemical paintings” she utilizes light-sensitive paper and photochemistry to capture light, time and mark making, collapsing her drawing and painting practice with photographic materiality.
Complimentary to the photographic work, Chapter NY will also exhibit a sculpture infused with entropic energies and serving as a recording of forms that are lost, obscured, and only partially remembered.

Clearing - Booth 1B09

Clearing is celebrating abstraction in all its forms, with various artists ranging from esoteric landscapes to geometric and pattern-like imagery.

Dastan - Booth 3D25

Dastan features a solo presentation of works by the late artist Mohsen Vaziri Moghaddam (1924 – 2018).

Dvir - Booth 3C25

Dvir's booth brings the pop art legacy to Hong Kong. Contemporary artists Douglas Gordon, Simon Fujiwara, and Jonathan Monk are deeply influenced by the pop revolution initiated by Andy Warhol. These contemporary artists thus continue Warhol's legacy by interpreting his pop revolution through innovative perspectives and diverse artistic expressions.

François Ghebaly - Booth 3C10

Ghebaly Gallery will be presenting works by U.S artist Kathleen Ryan.

Herald St - Booth 3D10

Herald St will present paintings and sculptural works by Naotaka Hiro, Cary Kwok, Cole Lu.

Pi Artworks - Booth 1B34

Bringing together a cross-generational, multidisciplinary selection of artists from the Pi Artworks roster, their Art Basel 2024 booth combines sculpture and paintings. From the abstraction of Jyll Bradley's (b. 1966) flourescent wall based Grafts and Kemal Seyhan's rich Untitled paintings, to Özer Toraman's (b. 1989) intimate Joy of Summer portraits, we get a glimpse of the variety in their artist's approaches. Traditional notions of 'painting' are also upturned by Albano Hernandez (b. 1988) and Mehmet Ali Uysal (b. 1976), which is a testament to the emphasis on pushing boundaries that their artists champion.

Project Native Informant - Booth 1C42

Project Native Informant presents a new body of paintings by the London based artist Sean Steadman.

Nova Contemporary - Booth 1C50

In 'Moving Images of Stones on the Island', Cholitgul investigates the effects of gentrification and industrialization on Koh Phangan island. Using stones as her protagonists, she forms a multifaceted study on space, transformation, and identity.

Vadehra - Booth 1B02

Vadehra Art Gallery is pleased to present leading South Asian contemporary artists, including Anita Dube, Anju Dodiya, Atul Bhalla, Atul Dodiya, Balkrishna Doshi, Jagannath Panda, Nalini Malani, N.S. Harsha, Shilpa Gupta, Sunil Gupta and Zaam Arif.

Various Small Fire - Booth 3C36

VSF will be presenting new works by A’Driane Nieves, Alex Foxton, Antonius-Tín Bui, Dew Kim, Dianna Molzan, Diedrick Brackens, Jessie Homer French, Lezley Saar, Mark Yang, and Wendy Park.⁠