Duk Dak, a common Cantonese phrase meaning “individually special”, is a newly launched sector featuring emerging and established talent through solo artist projects, presented by their representing galleries.
A platform for innovative projects of up to three artists, Gwo Wai booths demonstrate a strong curatorial concept developed specifically for the Fair.
Here/There is a newly introduced commercial group exhibition under the direction of Art Central’s 2021 Curatorial Director, André Chan.
Long-standing Education Partner Asia Society Hong Kong Center returns to Art Central in 2021 with an expanded four-part programme featuring talks, artist interviews and video art.
Asia’s premier platform for ambitious, large-scale installations and spatial interventions featuring sculpture, new media, moving image and creative technologies at the forefront of contemporary practice.
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A cornerstone event of Hong Kong Art Week, Art Central showcases the next generation of talent from Asia’s most innovative galleries alongside distinguished artists from around the world.
Showcasing the next generation of talent from Asia’s most innovative galleries alongside distinguished artists from around the world, Art Central has established itself as a professional platform for pushing boundaries
Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF) partners with Art Central to present artworks by the 30 finalists of The 2021 Sovereign Asian Art Prize.
Ink Reveries, a special commission by UOB, is an interactive and immersive installation by Hong Kong new media artist and UOB Art in Ink Awards’ winner, Chris Cheung (h0nh1m).