Art Central has returned to the Hong Kong harbourfront, featuring 102 international galleries – 30 of which are joining the platform for the first time.

Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.

The fair showcases progressive art, challenging boundaries and bringing young and dynamic talent to the forefront. 

Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.

The fair opens to the public at 5pm on Monday and runs until Sunday.

Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.

”Click for ticketing information”

Tickets available via Ticketflap.

First Night [admit one] – Monday 26 March

  • HK$500 (includes a complimentary glass of Champagne)

General entry [admit one] Tuesday 27 March – Thursday 29 March

  • HK$230 advance [$270 onsite]

Friday 30 March – Sunday 01 April

  • HK$270 advance [$300 onsite]

Concessions [admit one]

Tuesday 27 March – Thursday 29 March

  • HK$125 advance [$150 onsite]

Friday 30 March – Sunday 01 April

  • HK$150 advance [$175 onsite]

New for 2018, Thursday Late @ Art Central

  • Enjoy a late night of art on Thursday 29 March and purchase entry to the Fair from 5pm -9pm at the special price of two tickets for HK$300.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Art Central 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.

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