Art Basel Hong Kong 2019

As Art Basel returns to Asia, we look at art in the region and market trends — and speak to some of the artists involved
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At Gagosian Hong Kong, a titan of contemporary Chinese painting brings together three artists who have influenced him

The artist and her collaborator Hsin-Chien Huang have created an overwhelming sensory and artistic experience in Hong Kong

The dealer talks about his 10 years in Hong Kong and the rapid growth of art in the region

Sales weren’t thick and fast at the satellite fair’s 2019 edition, but dealers did well at the lower price range

The Hong Kong-born American artist talks about her new work for the Venice Biennale

After five years in Central, the Axel Vervoordt gallery has moved to the fresher and more affordable southern part of Hong Kong Island

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Adeline Ooi on changing tastes in the region and why she remains optimistic despite China’s economic slowdown

The most exciting events are focused around the new H Queen’s building, but there’s plenty more on offer too

The Hong Kong investor talks about his growing collection and the evolution of the region’s art market

The British artist discusses bringing together eastern and western influences in her work

The designer talks about his range of installations and inventions — and his latest project in Hong Kong

A new non-profit arts space, CHAT, celebrates Hong Kong’s industrial past and a family heritage

The sector focuses on large-scale works — here, some of its brightest stars discuss their practice

The gallery 10 Chancery Lane is celebrating the Stars Group by showing work by three of its members

Plus: accused jeweller’s art for sale; mixed results for George Michael’s collection