Although Art Basel canceled this year’s Hong Kong iteration (and offered a 75% refund to participants), the organization sought an alternative for galleries that relied on revenue from the annual event. Thus, an online fair was born that is taking place in viewing rooms on Art Basel’s website and the fair’s app. This service is now up and running for VIP days (18-19 March) before the general sales run (20-25 March). Both David Zwirner and Gagosian galleries have utilized online viewing rooms since 2018 to great success. Login at the Art Basel site to tour the show.
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