This year’s Art Basel Hong Kong opens to invited guests on the evening of Friday, March 13, with the public coming in two days later, on March 15. It runs through March 17, and features about 230 galleries from 37 countries, with about half based in Asia. Below, a preview of what exhibitors are bringing to the fair, including a Grayson Perry tapestry and a painting by David Ostrowski.
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Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna
Birgit Jürgenssen, Interieurs, 1997, color photograph.
Gandhara-Art Gallery, Hong Kong and Karachi, Pakistan
Adeel Uz Zafar, Bubbles, 2014.
Gerhardsen Gerner, Berlin
Markus Oehlen, Untitled, 2014, acrylic on canvas.
Pi Artworks, Istanbul and London
Nezaket Ekici, Blind, 2007, performance installation and photo edition.
Galerie Natalie Obadia, Paris and Brussels
Ramin Haerizadeh, Sans titre (14B02), 2014, adhesive paper and car varnish on Arches paper.
Skarstedt, New York and London
Juan Muñoz, Hanging Figure, 1997, resin and cable.
Sullivan & Strumpf, Sydney
Sam Jinks, 'Untitled (Standing Pieta), 2014, silicone, pigment, resin, and human hair.
Take Ninagawa, Tokyo
Tsuruko Yamazaki, Work 2009, dye, lacquer, and thinner on tin.
Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin
Katja Novitskova, Approximation (sphynx tapir), 2014, digital print on aluminum, cutout display.
Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong
Alex Prager, Hollywood & Vine, 2014, archival pigment print.
Sean Kelly, New York
David Claerbout, Radio Piece, 2014, film still.
Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore
Qin Yufen, Diffuse-2, 2014, mineral pigment on Xuan paper.
Victoria Miro, London
Grayson Perry, Comfort Blanket, 2014.
Yan Peiming, Autoportrait, 2000, oil on canvas.
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP
Jiro Takamatsu, Oneness of Brick, 1971, brick.
Peres Projects, Berlin
David Ostrowski, F (YSL), 2014, acrylic, lacquer, and dirt on canvas, mounted on wood.