21 Mar 2017 (Tue) 3 ‑ 8pm (5 hours)
22 Mar 2017 (Wed) 1 ‑ 5pm (4 hours)
22 Mar 2017 (Wed) 5 ‑ 9pm (4 hours)
23 Mar 2017 (Thu) 1 ‑ 8pm (7 hours)
24 Mar 2017 (Fri) 1 ‑ 9pm (8 hours)
25 Mar 2017 (Sat) 11am ‑ 6pm (7 hours)
1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Vernissage: $850 | Adult: $180~650 | Student&Elderly$150~400
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Our breakthrough 2016 edition – which placed the Hong Kong show squarely in the center of Asia’s international art scene – offered a premier platform for showing works from across the globe. Underlining its commitment to the region, half of the participating galleries once again had exhibition spaces in Asia and Asia-Pacific. The show provided an in-depth overview of the region’s diversity through both historical material and cutting-edge works by established and emerging artists.

The Galleries sector presents art from 190 of the world's leading Modern and contemporary art galleries, displaying paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, film, video and digital artworks from the 20th and 21st centuries.
See the 2017 Galleries exhibitors: http://bit.ly/2l26fCU

Insights presents projects by galleries based in the Asia and the Asia-Pacific region and representing artists from the region – from Turkey to New Zealand, including Asia, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. Booths may include solo shows, exceptional art-historical material and thematic exhibitions.
See the 2017 Insights exhibitors: http://bit.ly/2mgBvOJ

Discoveries gives a powerful platform to emerging contemporary artists, showcasing work by the next generation of talent at an early stage in their career. Galleries exhibit exciting new work created specifically for the show by one or two artists from their gallery program.
See the 2017 Discoveries exhibitors: http://bit.ly/2lgGhhB

Kabinett sector participants present curated exhibitions in an architecturally delineated space within their booths. The diverse curatorial concepts for Kabinett sector include thematic group exhibitions, art-historical showcases, and solo shows for rising stars.
See the 2017 Kabinett artists: http://bit.ly/2l27BgN

Dedicated to presenting large-scale sculpture and installation works by leading artists from around the world, Encounters provides visitors with the opportunity to see works that transcend the traditional art fair stands, presented in prominent locations throughout the exhibition halls. Curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor.
See the 2017 Encounters artists: http://bit.ly/2lpehXw

Curated by Li Zhenhua, Director and Founder of Beijing Art Lab, the Film sector presents an exciting program of short and feature-length films by and about artists.
Screenings take place on Monday, March 20, and from Thursday, March 23 to Saturday, March 25, at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and the Hong Kong Arts Centre.

Art publications from around the world display their magazines in single-magazine stands, or on the collective booth. Editors and publishers often attend the show and many magazines contribute presentations to Salon, our afternoon series of lectures and discussions by prominent members of the artworld.
See the 2017 Magazines: http://bit.ly/2lAReLj

Art Basel's stimulating program of Conversations and Salon talks allow audiences to deepen their knowledge of artistic practice, the international artworld, and the art market.
The daily Conversations series offers the audience access to the thinking of important artworld players –artists, curators, critics and collectors – who offer their unique perspectives on producing, collecting and exhibiting art.
Salon is an open platform for dozens of short, often informal presentations, such as artist talks, panels, lectures and performances with a range of speakers representing many different aspects of the artworld.
Conversations & Salon is programmed by Stephanie Bailey.

Opening Hours
Private View (by invitation only)
21 March 2017 (Tue) 3pm ~ 8pm
22 March 2017 (Wed) 1pm ~ 5pm

22 Mar 2017 (Wed) 5pm ~ 9pm

Public days
23 Mar 2017 (Thu) 1pm ~ 8pm
24 Mar 2017 (Fri) 1pm ~ 9pm
25 Mar 2017 (Sat) 11am ~ 6pm
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