Opening Soon—Art Basel Hong Kong Online

March 20–25, 2020

Gagosian is pleased to introduce the next phase in its ongoing expansion of digital sales initiatives. The gallery will be unveiling works by Georg Baselitz, Jennifer Guidi, Tetsuya Ishida, Jia Aili, Takashi Murakami, Mary Weatherford, Tom Wesselmann, Zeng Fanzhi, and others on the newly redesigned Fairs section of the Gagosian website, continuing to offer a streamlined and direct sales experience.

Art Basel Hong Kong Online
Art Basel Hong Kong Online

Prices will be listed for the public and the sales status will be actively updated as works are put on hold or sold. New works may be offered over the course of the presentation, so viewers can return to the site for an opportunity to find additional offerings. Gallery directors and specialists will be available for consultation during the presentation, allowing collectors worldwide an immediate connection to market expertise. This initiative offers online users located anywhere in the world access to works direct from the studios of some of today’s most influential artists as well as blue-chip works from private collections.

The selection of works showcased on the gallery’s website will premiere simultaneously on the Art Basel Hong Kong Online Viewing Rooms, which will be accessible through and the Art Basel app. Register for access at

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