The first physical art fair since COVID-19, held at the recently opened Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts, Hong Kong, is bringing together twelve local galleries to “re-energize Hong Kong’s art scene,” under the name UNSCHEDULED.

Some of the dealers that participate in the fair include 10 Chancery Lane Gallery that is displaying multimedia works by the 73-year-old visual artist Frog King Kwok, Ben Brown Fine Arts that is presenting Kitty Chou’s signature, “accidental” photo-based works, and Over The Influence HK that is mounting photographs featuring the staged, hand-painted immersions of acclaimed Chinese performance artist, Liu Bolin, alongside solo presentations. The galleries were selected by independent Hong Kong-based curators and artists, Ying Kwok and Sara Wong, and the prices of the works start at $3,000 USD and run upwards of $40,000. UNSCHEDULED is running until June 27, with tickets available on Hong Kong Art Gallery Association’s website.

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