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Art Basel Hong Kong 2022 in May

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Welcome to the annual trip of the main and best art fair of the world: Art Basel in each declination from Hong Kong, to Basel, to Miami and …
The 2022 edition of Art Basel Hong Kong will feature a strong line-up of 137 leading galleries from Hong Kong, Asia, and overseas (104 more than last year), despite continuing pandemic-related challenges and Hong Kong travel and quarantine restrictions.
The show welcomes 16 newcomers, including Galería Cayón from Madrid, Lucie Chang Fine Arts and Mine Project from Hong Kong, Mizoe Art Gallery with spaces in Tokyo and Fukuoka, rin art association with spaces in Takasaki, Gallery Vazieux from Paris, Misako & Rosen with spaces in Tokyo and Brussels, Jason Haam from Seoul, Vin Gallery from Ho Chi Minh City, Galerie Forsblom from Helsinki, Catinca Tabacaru from Bucharest, Galerie Mitterrand from Paris, Jahn und Jahn from Munich, Jan Kaps from Cologne, Maia Contemporary from Mexico City, and Kendall Koppe from Glasgow.
Given ongoing international travel restrictions, Art Basel will again offer galleries the opportunity to participate with a satellite booth across all sectors of the fair. First introduced in 2021, satellite booths allow exhibitors unable to travel to Hong Kong the opportunity to present their own focused, curated exhibition staffed by a local representative appointed by Art Basel.
This year, 82 galleries will participate with a satellite booth, including long-time exhibitors at the Hong Kong show such as Esther Schipper from Berlin; Yumiko Chiba Associates from Tokyo; 47 Canal from New York; Carlos/Ishikawa from London; Gladstone Gallery with exhibition spaces in Brussels, Rome, New York, and Los Angeles; Kukje Gallery with spaces in Seoul and Busan; and Hive Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. International galleries Meyer Riegger with spaces in Berlin and Karlsruhe and Sies + Höke from Düsseldorf will participate with a joint satellite booth.


– Art Basel Hong Kong returns to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) with 137 galleries from 28 countries and territories, a significant increase from 104 last year, reinforcing once again the show’s position as the leading international art fair in the Asia-Pacific region.
– The 2022 edition features 16 first-time exhibitors, as well as 82 galleries participating with a satellite booth – the latter up from 55 last year, when the concept was first successfully introduced in response to international travel restrictions.
– Art Basel will once again collaborate with Hong Kong’s art community and world-class institutions, non-profits, as well as industry leaders to offer an exciting program of exhibitions and special projects both online and onsite.
– Art Basel Live, the fair’s multichannel digital initiative which first debuted at Art Basel Hong Kong 2021, will amplify gallery presentations to online audiences around the globe.
– Art Basel Hong Kong, whose Lead Partner is UBS, is scheduled to take place from May 25 – 29, 2022 (new update).
– In light of the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the pandemic and in close dialogue with its participating galleries, Art Basel has also secured a contingency tenancy at the HKCEC in the month of May, in the event that the show needs to be postponed.

Private View (by invitation only)
Wednesday, May 25 and Thursday, May 26, 2022

Public Days
Friday, May 27 to Sunday, May 29, 2022

Press Accreditation
Online registration for press accreditation for the Hong Kong show will open at the end of February. For further information, please visit

Upcoming Art Basel shows:

Basel, June 16-19, 2022
Miami Beach, December 1-3, 2022
Upcoming OVRs OVR: 2021, February 9-12, 2022

About Art Basel
Founded in 1970 by gallerists from Basel, Art Basel today stages the world’s premier art shows for Modern and contemporary art, sited in Basel, Miami Beach, and Hong Kong. Defined by its host city and region, each show is unique, which is reflected in its participating galleries, artworks presented, and the content of parallel programming produced in collaboration with local institutions for each edition. Art Basel’s engagement has expanded beyond art fairs through new digital platforms and a number of new initiatives such as The Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report and The BMW Art Journey. For further information, please visit

by Alain Chivilò