Art Basel Launches Online Viewing Rooms to Help Dealers Reach Collectors Virtually After Canceling the Hong Kong Fair
The company is hoping to lure VIPs with a specially built platform. Art Basel in Hong Kong. © Art Basel Wondering what will happen to the art worth hundreds of millions of dollars that was slated to go on display at the now-canceled Art Basel Hong Kong? Fair organizers have an answer. Today, Art Basel announced that the first iteration of its new online viewing rooms will launch in March, allowing exhibitors to show works on the web that they had originally planned to bring to Hong Kong. (After weeks of uncertainty, the annual show, held at the Hong Kong Convention and
Sotheby’s Photographs Celebrates 50 Years by Auctioning 50 Masterworks
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Quinn’s to auction folk art from prestigious Sellen-Burt collection, April 20
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