Art Basel 2022

Updated: Sep 1


May 25, 2022

The 2022 Art Basel Hong Kong exhibition officially opened on 25/5. This year's exhibition is the second one to be presented in a mixed format. The exhibitor lineup is larger than last year, and the scale of the venue is larger. Exhibitors come from 28 countries and regions of 130 galleries. The exhibition is only open to the public from the 27th to the 29th and attended by galleries from all over the world. For example, Rossi & Rossi exhibited Nepalese artist Tsherin Sherpa, who used the ancestral Tibetan thangka style and craftsmanship to create works with contemporary techniques; Pace Gallery exhibition NFTs works by Chinese artist Zhang Huan, conceptual artist Glenn Kaino and Greek crossover artist Lucas Samaras; Perrotin exhibited Issu du feu (White lines), Li Pei’s first exhibition in Hong Kong series, as well as the new works of Takashi Murakami; Hauser & Wirth exhibited the new works of American painting master George Condo "Pink Face, White Face and Green Eyes", Camille Henrot's latest series "Dos and Don'ts", Zeng Fanzhi's new work Abstract painting "2022 Series E No. 6". There will also be independent satellite booths for galleries that cannot be present in person due to current travel restrictions to showcase their curatorial projects.

This is the ninth year in a row that TPDS has provided professional VIP chauffeur services for the conference. In view of the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, our chauffeurs have taken the same precautions as in previous years. In addition to personal hygiene and anti-epidemic measures, they wear masks and sterilize the trunk to protect themselves and their passengers. Passengers will measure their body temperature and prepare back-up anti-epidemic materials for passengers in case of emergency; to ensure that passengers arrive at the venue with peace of mind and on time.

Thanks to the TPDS professional fleet management team for their joint efforts to provide customers with safe and comfortable pick-up and drop-off services during the epidemic, TPDS looks forward to continuing to cooperate with Art Basel next year!

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