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In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of Jing Daily’s top posts for the week of May 27-31.
For the second part of our Art Basel Hong Kong recap, Jing Daily asked a range of attendees to share their thoughts on this year’s fair, and how it stacked up in comparison to ARTHKs of years past.
This year's inaugural Art Basel Hong Kong provided a unique branding opportunity for both local and international luxury companies sponsoring events for the fair's jet-setting attendees.
Back for its sixth year, what would be the Hong Kong International Art Fair 2013 is getting a global makeover, stepping into the limelight as the first edition of Art Basel Hong Kong.
“Event Time: 2012-05-19″ The global art world descends upon Hong Kong for the opening of ART HK 12, running from 17 to 20 May, 2012 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). The 2012 edition, once again sponsored by Deutsche Bank, presents 266 galleries from 38 countries – and is set to top [...]
Asia’s leading international art fair, this year ART HK 12 will present 266 galleries from 38 countries, including 80 new participating galleries.
As part of its promotion of Executive Chef Uwe Opocensky's new menu, the Mandarin Oriental asked guests to vote on the item they'd like to see added on a permanent basis, helping the restaurant gauge local interest in different ingredients.
With an ever-increasing number of new independent galleries opening in Hong Kong, and the first phase of its sprawling West Kowloon Cultural District expected to be completed within the next three years, contemporary art heavyweights continue to set up shop in the fast-paced city.
Five years after its establishment, which, at that time, was met with skepticism in the global art world, this year's Hong Kong Art Fair (ART HK) looks to be the best yet.
Hong Kong may aspire to be Asia's art hub, investing millions in arts and cultural infrastructure and mounting large-scale events like ARTHK in recent years, but at the moment it can be hard for visitors to find work by local artists.