See the Best of Art Basel Hong Kong 2017 in Photos

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Art Basel Hong Kong. Photo courtesy of Art Basel.
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White Cube at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Victoria Miro at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo courtesy of Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Sprüth Magers at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Sadie Coles HQ at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo: Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Peres Projects at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Katharina Grosse Untitled, at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Henri Neuendorf.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
neugerriemschneider at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Long March Space at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Levy Gorvy at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
kurimanzutto at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo courtesy of Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Kaikai Kiki Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo courtesy of Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Shen Shaomin Summit (2009–10) at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Henri Neuendorf.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Galerie Perrotin at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Galerie Eigen and Art at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Galeria Nara Roesler at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Mark Bradford Water in the Ear Puts Guards at the Gate (2017). Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Mark Bradford Water in the Ear Puts Guards at the Gate (2017), at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Gagosian Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo courtesy of Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Frank Stella Lettre sur les sourds et muets I (1974), at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Henri Neuendorf.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Fergus McCaffrey at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo courtesy of Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Eslite Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
A visitor at the David Zwirner at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
A visitor at the David Zwirner at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Blum and Poe at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo courtesy of Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Arario Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Christopher Wool Untitled at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Henri Neuendorf.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Alan Cristea Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
303 Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo Jessica Hromas for Art Basel.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2017
Galerie Ora Ora at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017. Photo courtesy of Art Basel.

The international art world is spending the week in Hong Kong, which is hosting the fifth iteration of the fair Art Basel Hong Kong. With an array of impressive artworks on view and early reports of strong sales, the week got off to a great start, with gallerists feeling confident and buyers excited.

One thing that stood out this year is the number of artists present, with Ryan Gander and Mark Bradford spotted at the fair, among many others.

Collectors, including the Swiss Asian art buyer Uli Sigg, were hunting for new acquisitions, while curators— including the globetrotting Hans Ulrich Obrist, Klaus Biesenbach, and Jens Hoffmann—were spotted checking the latest artistic trends.

Champagne was the beverage of choice for the well-heeled international art crowd, while dealers could be found lining up for a caffeine fix to combat the brutal jet lag from the long-haul flight to the far east.

If you are one of the ones that couldn’t make it to the fair, fear not, we’ve got you covered with our comprehensive photo roundup of Art Basel Hong Kong.


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