Hong Kong's artistic vision

Hong Kong already hosts the world’s biggest art auctions; now it wants to attract international artists and galleries to create a world-leading arts hub.
News, by Wang Guofeng
News, by Wang Guofeng

The ability of capital, expertise and information to flow freely across national borders is core to the working of the world’s financial centres. Driven by technological advances, the accelerating movement towards borderless and integrated markets has given fresh impetus to the process of globalisation.

A smaller, closer world is not only a vision for financial markets, whose participants have long been used to jet-setting, working round the clock and following developments on the other side of the planet. Artists have also been driven by globalisation, producing works that resonate with an international audience.

While Chinese artists have long been sought-after for their stereotypical icons of Mao Tse-tung...

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