As the Asian art market continues to grow, we’ve compiled all the amazing art that you should see during Art Basel Hong Kong 2018.
If you love big, fun and engaging art then you want to head to Encounters section, where 12 ambitious projects have been curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor. If you’ve never had the opportunity of experiencing Austrian artist, Erwin Wurm’s ongoing project, One Minute Sculptures (2000-2018) that were a hit at last year’s Venice Biennale, then you have the chance to create your very own artwork by interacting with a variety of inanimate objects. Or make sure you don’t miss Chou Yu-Cheng’s new performance Refresh, Sacrifice, New Hygiene, Infection, Clean, Robot, Air, Housekeeping, www .agentbong. com, Cigarette, Dyson, Modern People (2017). It might have a mouth-full of a title, but the work has serious intention as it explores hygiene, the distribution of labor and technology.