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March 22, 2020 1 min read

Art Basel Hong Kong 2020 was scheduled to run from March 18th-25th, however the Coronavirus pandemic ended any possibility of this. As the world currently suffers through one of the worst virus outbreaks in modern history, a silver lining may be on the horizon in the form of how we view art today and in the future.

Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected around the world. We remain committed to Hong Kong and look forward to welcoming you to the next edition of Art Basel Hong Kong on March 25-27, 2021.

-Art Basel Hong Kong

Due to the unforeseen pandemic, Art Basel Hong Kong had very little options as to how they would go about presenting, if even possible, the hundreds of exhibitions it had planned on showing during its week long viewings. As a safe and secure alternative, they decided to allow art lovers around the world access to their over 235 participating galleries and thousands of art works through special online viewing rooms. 

The Online Viewing Rooms will run from March 20th-25th 6pm HKT. For art inquiries and purchase information, each gallery will provide detailed information on the the Art Basel website. 


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