Late
May

Art Basel 2023 – Hong Kong

Rescheduled
HK$150.00 – HK$950.00

Art Basel is one of the region’s biggest and most respected art events, bringing together established artists and new emerging talent from around the globe.

The participating galleries for the 2022 event have yet to be announced. In previous years, over 240 galleries, with a good geographic balance of art from both the East and West have joined the event. Art Basel prides itself not only on its ability to attract well-known artists, but also on its commitment to providing a platform that connects Asian artists with the rest of the world.

Nadi Gallery | Photo by © Art Basel

The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai is transformed for three days into a hub of creative display, with seven sectors to explore:

  • Galleries: A mix of both modern and contemporary art, including paintings, drawings, photography, sculptures, and digital artworks
  • Insights: Unique curated projects from Asia, the Middle East, and India
  • Discoveries: New artists get their opportunity to premiere contemporary art created especially for Art Basel
  • Kabinett: Booths that display thematically-focused projects
  • Encounters: A great opportunity to see large-scale sculptures and installations
  • Film: Showing short films and special screenings
  • Magazines: An exhibit of art publications from around the world
  • Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac | Photo by © Art Basel

    In addition, Art Basel hosts a Conversations program, with talks and discussions with artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators.

    Art Basel ticket info

  • Tickets are available at the door, or can be booked online at hkticketing.com
  • Tickets purchased online are cheaper than those sold on-site
  • Single-day, half-day, 2-day and 3-day passes available
  • Prices range from HK$150.00 to HK$950.00
  • Organisers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.
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