Art Basel in Hong Kong 2024

AI on AI: Alex Israel uses artificial intelligence to re-engage with memory

The Los Angeles-based artist is presenting his "REMEMBR" installation, which riffs visually, musically and emotionally on users’ smartphone camera rolls, in London

Dinh Q. Lê, master of multimedia art and mentor to fellow artists across southeast Asia, has died, aged 56

Vietnamese-American artist, best known for his distinctive photo-weaving works, made powerful statements in photography, video, sculpture and installation that challenged politics, history and memory

The art of engineering: how Kingsley Ng’s complex new floating work was installed at a Hong Kong hotel

The public art piece at The Peninsula was produced by a team of engineers and technical designers

Forbidden City and Versailles are brought together in Beijing exhibition

Show focuses on the golden age of collecting between France and China in the 17th and 18th centuries

'I am looking forward to works that resonate with the concept of blackness': Wu Tiejun on his hopes for Art Basel Hong Kong

The founder of Nanjing’s Deji Art Museum describes his approach to collecting and his love of Taihu stones

Glenn Ligon: 'The idea of coal dust being elevated into the space of art was something that interested me'

As his series of text paintings make their debut in Hong Kong, the US artist discusses his decades-long meditation on the words of James Baldwin

Art Basel Hong Kong diary: Jeff Koons shakes it off, shopping mall is blooming lovely, and superheroes abound at M+

Plus: Wong Ping's bum note, puppy (and kitten) love at Square Street Gallery, and the Peninsula Hotel goes green

Hong Kong's M+ museum is among the 20 most visited globally

Other art institutions in the Special Administrative Region also enjoyed healthy figures in 2023, according to The Art Newspaper's annual attendance survey

West Kowloon mega arts hub races to find new source of funding

Hong Kong’s huge cultural quarter has been spectacularly successful at pulling in tourists and shows, but with its endowment running out, it needs to find new financial solutions

1-54 art fair brings contemporary African art show to Hong Kong

A selling exhibition of 27 established and emerging artists opens at Christie’s auction house ahead of a planned launch of the fair in the city next year

'Queer people may soon be forgotten if their estates are not properly cared for': Patrick Sun on his philosophy for collecting

The pioneering patron of LGBTQ+ art in Asia discusses the importance of preserving community legacies and shares his favourite Hong Kong eateries

New Hong Kong: how the city aims to stay a global art hub

The SAR is riding out economic and political challenges with more buyers, bigger galleries and serious art

Pop-up Supper Club aims to make art in Hong Kong more accessible

Run by local curators and gallerists, the event enables a relaxed experience while promoting regional works

Guangdong Times Museum reopens after money issues

Chinese institution, which suspended exhibitions in October 2022, has been reinvigorated following fundraising auction

From Hong Kong to Venice, Trevor Yeung conjures objects of desire

The Hong Kong artist explains why fish tanks and a notorious tree are “monuments to human interactions” in his new exhibitions for Para Site and the Venice Biennale

Yang Fudong: ‘It’s a silent movie, Hong Kong is the soundtrack’

The Chinese artist and filmmaker reveals the inspirations behind his silent film made for the M+ Facade, a tribute to the beauty of Hong Kong and the process of ageing

Sneak preview: Asian pavilions at the 2024 Venice Biennale

Decomposing fruit, a scent-diffusing figurine and a fantasy dragon ship are just some of the works that explore themes of identity, migration and memory at the prestigious event this year