Art Basel Hong Kong 2018

As Asia’s leading art fair opens its doors, we look at what’s on in Hong Kong and beyond — from the H Queen’s gallery skyscraper to Taiwan’s latest art fair

The city’s forbidding Central Police Station has been reimagined as an arts venue by Herzog & de Meuron

The artist-composer’s latest show reflects on a once-ubiquitous brand of Hong Kong pop

Hong Kong’s M+ museum has acquired part of the Mexican artist’s convenience store series

The confidence and sophistication of Asia’s contemporary art market increases steadily

Located on Hong Kong’s waterfront, the project aims to bring art to the widest audience

Curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor, the fair’s Encounters section aims for impact with large-scale works

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There is an increasing number of Asian collectors with pockets deep enough to afford blue-chip contemporary art

Both pieces are recognisable evolutions of the artists’ previous work, but also bracingly different in effect

To date, galleries have had limited options in the city, but the newly opened skyscraper is set to become a cultural hub

Can Taipei Dangdai harness the country’s strong collector base?

Local artists are using new tools to critique their rapidly changing country

Glass walls make the art visible from the ground and from the surrounding tall buildings

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Once considered more craft than art, the medium is being revived — with fine work on show at Art Basel Hong Kong