Opening this week: Art Basel in Hong Kong 2024

Art Basel in Hong Kong opens this Thursday, March 28. The 2024 edition returns to its full scale with 242 premier galleries and a vibrant program that is as inspiring and ambitious as ever.

Art Basel today announced the list of 242 leading international galleries selected for its 2024 Hong Kong show. This represents a return to pre-pandemic numbers, with an additional 65 exhibitors joining the fair compared to 2023. Galleries from 40 countries and territories across Asia, Europe, North and Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa will present artworks of the highest quality spanning all market segments, from 20th-century masters to established contemporary artists and today’s most exciting emerging voices.

23 international galleries known for their engaging program will join the fair for the first time: Station (Melbourne, Sydney), Tim Van Laere Gallery (Antwerp, Rome), Almeida e Dale Galeria de Arte (São Paulo), Mangrove Gallery (Shenzhen), Hua International (Berlin, Beijing), Fitzpatrick Gallery (Paris), Galerie Zink (Seubersdorf in der Oberpfalz), Gallery 1957 (Accra, London), Galleria Massimo Minini (Brescia), Waitingroom (Tokyo), PTT Space (Taipei), Each Modern (Taipei), Public Gallery (London), Alison Jacques (London), YveYang (New York), Bortolami (New York), Nonaka-Hill (Los Angeles), Rodeo (London, Piraeus), Dvir Gallery (Brussels, Paris, Tel Aviv), Chini Gallery (Taipei), √K Contemporary (Tokyo), Linseed (Shanghai), and Chapter NY (New York).

69 galleries will return to Art Basel’s fair in Asia after a brief hiatus, including established international names such as: Galerie Lelong & Co. (Paris, New York), Lisson Gallery (Beijing, Shanghai, London, Los Angeles, New York), Matthew Marks Gallery (Los Angeles, New York), Miguel Abreu Gallery (New York), Regen Projects (Los Angeles), Sprüth Magers (Berlin, London, Los Angeles, New York), Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (Los Angeles, New York), Galleria Franco Noero (Turin), Acquavella Galleries (New York, Palm Beach), Galleria d’Arte Maggiore G.A.M. (Bologna, Rome, Venice), Annely Juda Fine Art (London), Modern Art (London), kurimanzutto (Mexico City, New York), and Galerie Eva Presenhuber (Zurich, Seoul, Vienna). 

Major galleries from Brazil will also make a comeback: Gomide & Co (São Paulo) and first-time participant Almeida e Dale Galeria de Arte (São Paulo) for a joint presentation, and Mendes Wood DM (São Paulo, Brussels, New York, Paris).

Once again, the show will provide an unparalleled and dynamic overview of artistic production across the Asia-Pacific region, from historical rediscoveries to work by contemporary practitioners. More than half of all exhibitors operate spaces on the continent. In addition to a strong presence of galleries from Hong Kong SAR, Mainland China, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan, notable galleries from Australia, New Zealand and India will showcase their program, including: Sullivan+Strumpf (Melbourne, Sydney), Fine ArtsSydney (Sydney), Station (Melbourne, Sydney), Fox/Jensen (Auckland), Experimenter (Kolkata, Mumbai), Vadehra Art Gallery (New Delhi), Tarq (Mumbai), and Jhaveri Contemporary (Mumbai).

Angelle Siyang-Le, Director, Art Basel Hong Kong, said: “Art Basel Hong Kong is excited to announce our 2024 edition, returning in full scale with a warm welcome to exhibitors from around the world, including the 69 galleries that had taken a hiatus and 23 newcomers. Our goal is to connect guests from all around the world in our home, Hong Kong, by offering possibilities of collaboration and innovation inspired by art and artists. As the key strategic cultural hub in Asia and Asia Pacific, the city plays an important role, more than ever, in bridging the evolving art landscape across regions.”