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  • Apr 08, 2021

Art Basel Hong Kong Releases Gallery List for 2021

On April 8, Art Basel Hong Kong (ABHK) revealed the gallery lineup for its ninth edition, slated for May 21 to 23 at its usual venue, the Hong Kong Convention Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). This year’s in-person event boasts 104 galleries from 23 countries and territories, and is the Swiss art fair’s first large-scale event since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

The main sector will present 86 galleries, with a strong focus on experimental works. First-timer exhibitors in this section include Proyectos Monclova (Mexico City), which will showcase the latest works from painter and sculptor Gabriel de la Mora’s Neornithes series, as well as New York's Karma gallery, and Hong Kong’s Empty Gallery and Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery. For the Insights sector, ten galleries will highlight artists from the Asia Pacific region including, among others, artist and calligrapher Morita Shiryu at Shibunkaku (Kyoto); textile artist Kimsooja at Axel Vervoordt (Antwerp / HongKong); and photographer Heeseung Chung at Gallery Baton (Seoul). Meanwhile, eight galleries in the Discoveries section will each introduce one emerging artist.

Among those unable to attend in person due to travel restrictions, 56 galleries will be presented as a satellite booth, which will be managed by local representatives appointed by ABHK. Some galleries will host booths in collaboration with those with a physical presence in the city, such as the partnership of Silverlens (Manila) and Rossi & Rossi (Hong Kong / London), while others are presenting collaborative booths such as Meyer Riegger (Karlsruhe) and Sies + Höke (Düsseldorf), and Antenna Space (Shanghai) and Balice Hertling (Paris).

The fair will also launch a new digital platform, titled Art Basel Live: Hong Kong, which will include an Online Viewing Room (OVR), various programs, and livestreamed tours of the fair and other cultural events around the city.

Fourteen months ago ABHK was canceled weeks before its scheduled March 2020 fair, with the first of its OVRs held instead. The 2020 Basel and Miami editions were similarly moved online. The Hong Kong fair held a joint venture with art fair Fine Art Asia in November 2020, titled Hong Kong Spotlight, featuring 22 galleries from previous editions of ABHK.

Here is the list of participating galleries at Art Basel Hong Kong 2021:


10 Chancery Lane Gallery (Hong Kong)

47 Canal (New York)

Alisan Fine Arts (Hong Kong)

Antenna Space (Shanghai)

Arario Gallery (Shanghai / Cheonan / Seoul)

Alfonso Artiaco (Naples)

Balice Hertling (Paris)

Beijing Commune (Beijing)

Blindspot Gallery (Hong Kong)

Ben Brown Fine Arts (Hong Kong / London)

Cardi Gallery (Milan / London)

Carlos/Ishikawa (London)

Ceysson & Bénétière (Paris / Saint-Etienne / Koerich / New York)

Yumiko Chiba Associates (Tokyo)

Clearing (Brussels / New York)

Commonwealth and Council (Los Angeles)

Galleria Continua (San Gimignano / Beijing / Les Moulins / Havana)

Pilar Corrias (London)

Massimo De Carlo (Hong Kong / Milan / London)

de Sarthe (Hong Kong)

Dirimart (Istanbul)

Galerie du Monde (Hong Kong)

Empty Gallery (Hong Kong)

Gallery Exit (Hong Kong)

Stephen Friedman Gallery (London)

Gagosian (Hong Kong / Paris / Athens / Rome / Basel / Geneva / London / Los Angeles / New York / San Francisco)

Gajah Gallery (Yogyakarta / Singapore)

François Ghebaly (Los Angeles)

Gladstone Gallery (New York / Brussels)

Gray (Chicago / New York)

Grotto Fine Art (Hong Kong)

Hanart TZ Gallery (Hong Kong)

Hauser & Wirth (Hong Kong / Gstaad / Saint Moritz / Zurich / London / Somerset / Los Angeles / New York)

Hive Center for Contemporary Art (Beijing / Shenzhen)

Ink Studio (Beijing / Seattle)

Taka Ishii Gallery (Tokyo / Hong Kong)

Kaikai Kiki Gallery (Tokyo)

Karma (New York)

Tina Keng Gallery (Taipei / Beijing)

David Kordansky Gallery (Los Angeles)

Kukje Gallery (Busan / Seoul)

Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery (Hong Kong)

Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong / Shanghai)

Lehmann Maupin (Hong Kong / Seoul / London / New York)

Lévy Gorvy (Paris / Hong Kong / Zurich / London / New York)

Liang Gallery (Taipei)

Lin & Lin Gallery (Taipei / Beijing)

Edouard Malingue Gallery (Hong Kong / Shanghai) 

Galleria d’Arte Maggiore G.A.M. (Bologna / Milan)

Mayoral (Paris / Barcelona)

Mazzoleni (Turin / London)

Galerie Urs Meile (Beijing / Lucerne)

kamel mennour (Paris / London)

Meyer Riegger (Berlin / Karlsruhe)

Mind Set Art Center (Taipei)

Nanzuka (Tokyo)

Taro Nasu (Tokyo)

neugerriemschneider (Berlin)

Anna Ning Fine Art(Hong Kong)

Galleria Franco Noero(Turin)

One and J. Gallery (Seoul)

Ora-Ora(Hong Kong)

Ota Fine Arts(Shanghai / Singapore / Tokyo)

P.P.O.W(New York)

Pace Gallery (Hong Kong, Seoul, Geneva, London, New York, Palo Alto)

Peres Projects (Berlin)

Perrotin (Hong Kong / Shanghai / Paris / Tokyo / Seoul / New York)

Pi Artworks (Istanbul, London)

PKM Gallery (Seoul)

Proyectos Monclova (Mexico City)

Almine Rech(Brussels / Shanghai / Paris / London / New York)

ROH Projects (Jakarta)

Rossi & Rossi(Hong Kong / London)

Esther Schipper(Berlin)

Sies + Höke (Düsseldorf)


Soka Art (Beijing / Tainan / Taipei)


Take Ninagawa (Tokyo)

Tang Contemporary Art (Beijing / Bangkok / Hong Kong)

TKG+ (Taipei)

Tokyo Gallery + BTAP (Beijing / Tokyo)

Vitamin Creative Space (Beijing / Guangzhou)

White Cube (Hong Kong / London)

Yavuz Gallery (Singapore / Sydney)

David Zwirner (Paris / Hong Kong / London / New York)


Asia Art Center (Shanghai / Beijing / Taipei)

Gallery Baton (Seoul)

Flowers Gallery (London / Hong Kong)

Johyun Gallery (Busan / Seoul)

Gallery Kogure (Tokyo)

Leo Gallery (Shanghai / Hong Kong)

Nukaga Gallery (Tokyo / Osaka / London)

Shibunkaku (Kyoto)

Axel Vervoordt Gallery (Antwerp / Hong Kong)

Wooson (Daegu)


Bangkok CityCity Gallery (Bangkok)

Capsule Shanghai (Shanghai)

CLC Gallery Venture (Beijing)

Don Gallery (Shanghai)

Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles)

High Art (Paris)

P21 (Seoul)

Vanguard Gallery (Shanghai)

Pamela Wong is ArtAsiaPacific’s assistant editor. 

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