Art From Home

Art From Home

Due to the hard times we are going through, many brands, events, restaurants, libraries, movie theaters, and others have joined the purpose of turning these confinement days into something far more bearable. Among the aforementioned ones is Art Basel Hong Kong, the art fair reaches our homes with more than 2000 works that can be seen through the Internet in an app created by the organization.

Attendance is now virtual, offering access to the online halls where 235 galleries exhibit all their work, which is open to everyone. The presentation features works from all disciplines: painting, drawings, sculpture, photography, installation, videos, and digital works.

We have received comments from collectors from all over the world on the great quality of the more than 2000 artworks available to be explored through the digital space. To many galleries, medium-sized and small, our platform offered the first opportunity to explore the online visualization hall and in this way, to connect with new potential clients from all countries, which is especially important today. – Marc Spiegler, Global Director of Art Basel.

Photo: Art Basel

Some participating artists are: Ed Ruscha, Jasper Johns, Miyako Ishiuchi, Sadamasa Motonaga, Ken Price, and Fergus McCaffrey.