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Art Basel Hong Kong Names Exhibitors for 2021 Edition – ARTnews.com

Art Basel Hong Kong Names Exhibitors for 2021 Edition – ARTnews.com

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Art Basel Hong Kong Names Exhibitors for 2021 Edition – ARTnews.com

After the coronavirus pandemic made it the first art fair canceled in 2020, Art Basel Hong Kong will return this spring with a in-person edition that will be accompanied by a hybrid digital format that will build on its recent series of online viewing rooms.
For its ninth edition, Art Basel Hong Kong revealed the list of exhibitors that will participate in the fair, slated to run from May 21 to May 23, with two VIP days beginning May 19, at the Hong Kong Convention Center.
As the art world beings to return to staging large-scale, in-person events, Art Basel Hong Kong will mark the third major international art fair to stage an in-person iteration, after Art Dubai last month and Frieze New York, which will host a slimmed down version in the first week of May.

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The 104 galleries from 23 countries participating in the fair includes several blue-chip international dealers like Hauser & Wirth, David Zwirner, Gagosian, and Pace alongside numerous Asia-based galleries such as Beijing Commune, Hong Kong’s Pearl Lam Galleries, Seoul’s Kukje Gallery, Tokyo’s Ota Fine Arts, and Taipei’s Mind Set Art Center.
The physical fair’s digital arm, titled “Art Basel Live: Hong Kong,” will feature 56 satellite booths curated by participating galleries who are unable to physically attend the live fair.
The fair is divided into 3 main sections: Galleries (the main area of the fair), Insights (focused on presentations around modern Asian artists), and Discoveries (in which solo shows by emerging artists will be presented). A fourth section, Museum Shows and Institutions, will feature booths curated by non-commercial art institutions in Hong Kong.
In a statement, Adeline Ooi, Art Basel’s Asia director, said “We are delighted that we are able to introduce new models that support our galleries, from the satellite booths to the expansion of our digital offerings as a way to amplify the international reach of our galleries with ‘Art Basel Live: Hong Kong.’”
The full list of exhibitors follows below.
Galleries
10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong47 Canal, New YorkAlisan Fine Arts, Hong KongAntenna Space, ShanghaiArario Gallery, Shanghai, Cheonan, SeoulAlfonso Artiaco, NaplesBalice Hertling, ParisBeijing Commune, BeijingBlindspot Gallery, Hong KongBen Brown Fine Arts, Hong Kong, LondonCardi Gallery, Milan, LondonCarlos/Ishikawa, LondonCeysson & Bénétière, Paris, Saint-Etienne, Koerich, New YorkYumiko Chiba Associates, TokyoClearing, Brussels, New YorkCommonwealth and Council, Los AngelesGalleria Continua, San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, HavanaPilar Corrias, LondonMassimo De Carlo, Hong Kong, Milan, Paris, Londonde Sarthe, Hong KongDirimart, IstanbulGalerie du Monde, Hong KongEmpty Gallery, Hong KongGallery Exit, Hong KongStephen Friedman Gallery, LondonGagosian, Hong Kong, Paris, Athens, Rome, Basel, Geneva, London, Los Angeles, New York, San FranciscoGajah Gallery, Yogyakarta, SingaporeFrançois Ghebaly , Los AngelesGladstone, New York, BrusselsGray, Chicago, New YorkGrotto Fine Art, Hong KongHanart TZ Gallery, Hong KongHauser & Wirth, Hong Kong, Gstaad, Saint Moritz, Zurich, London, Somerset, Los Angeles, New YorkHive Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, ShenzhenInk Studio, Beijing, SeattleTaka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, Hong KongKaikai Kiki Gallery, TokyoKarma, New YorkTina Keng Gallery, Taipei, BeijingDavid Kordansky Gallery, Los AngelesKukje Gallery, Seoul, BusanKwai Fung Hin Art Gallery, Hong KongPearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong, ShanghaiLehmann Maupin, Hong Kong, Seoul, London, New YorkLévy Gorvy, Paris, Hong Kong, Zurich, London, New YorkLiang Gallery, TaipeiLin & Lin Gallery, Taipei, BeijingEdouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong, ShanghaiGalleria d’Arte Maggiore G.A., Bologna, MilanMayoral, Paris, BarcelonaMazzoleni, TurinGalerie Urs Meile, Beijing, Lucernekamel mennour, Paris, LondonMeyer Riegger, Berlin, KarlsruheMind Set Art Center, TaipeiNanzuka, TokyoTaro Nasu, Tokyoneugerriemschneider, BerlinAnna Ning Fine Art, Hong KongGalleria Franco Noero, TurinOne and J. Gallery, SeoulOra-Ora, Hong KongOta Fine Arts, Shanghai, Singapore, TokyoP.P.O.W , New YorkPace Gallery, Hong Kong, Seoul, Geneva, London, New York, Palo AltoPeres Projects, BerlinPerrotin, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Paris, Tokyo,Pi Artworks, Istanbul, LondonPKM Gallery, SeoulProyectos Monclova, Mexico CityAlmine Rech, Brussels, Shanghai, Paris, London, New York JakartaROH Projects, Hong Kong, LondonRossi & Rossi, Hong Kong, LondonEsther Schipper , BerlinSies + Höke, DüsseldorfSilverlens, ManilaSoka Art, Beijing, Tainan, TaipeiSTPI, SingaporeTake Ninagawa, TokyoTang Contemporary Art, Beijing, Hong Kong, BangkokTKG+, TaipeiTokyo Gallery + BTAP, Beijing, TokyoVitamin Creative Space, Beijing, GuangzhouWhite Cube, Hong Kong, LondonYavuz Gallery, Singapore, SydneyDavid Zwirner, Paris, Hong Kong, London, New York

Insights
Asia Art Center, Shanghai, Beijing, TaipeiGallery Baton, SeoulFlowers Gallery, London, Hong KongJohyun Gallery, Busan, SeoulGallery Kogure, TokyoLeo Gallery, Shanghai, Hong KongNukaga Gallery, Tokyo, Osaka, LondonShibunkaku, KyotoAxel Vervoordt, Hong KongGallery Wooson, Daegu
Discoveries
Bangkok CityCity Gallery, BangkokCapsule Shanghai, ShanghaiCLC Gallery Venture, BeijingDon Gallery, ShanghaiAnat Ebgi, Los AngelesHigh Art, ParisP21, SeoulVanguard Gallery, Shanghai


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