Art Basel Hong Kong 2019: Kabinett section, with Silverlens Galleries, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center
Art Basel Hong Kong's Kabinett sector - which gathers bijou displays inside the booths - is once again full of treasures.
This year, 21 exhibitors present rarely-shown pieces by artists from Asia, Europe, and the Americas, with a strong focus on historical works from the 1930s onwards.
Among them are Mary Corse's textural experiments with darkness and reflection from the 1970s at Pace; incandescent textile works by the late Filipino artist Pacita Abad at Silverlens, and the luminous drawings of Burmese artist Bagyi Aung Soe at Singapore's Gajah Gallery. Pieces by the Dutch master of sculptural illusion Mark Manders at Zeno X, as well as the foggy landscapes by Hong Kong's very own Rosamond Brown at Ben Brown Fine Arts are also among the must-sees.
Discover ten presentations of the sector, from Chinese painting to gems of Spanish Modernism.
Hopi Mask, 1990Acrylic, yarn, sequins stitched on padded canvas100 x 68 in
254 x 173 cm
Red-eye mask, 1994Oil, mirrors, plastic buttons, rick rack ribbons on stitched and padded canvas80 x 57 in
203 x 145 cm
Omdurman, 1982Acrylic on stitched and padded cloth89 x 45 in
226 x 114 cm
On reaching 37, 1983Acrylic, painted cloth, rick rack ribbons, handwoven yarn on stitched and padded canvas85 x 50 in
216 x 127 cm
Mayan mask, 1990Acrylic, buttons, beads, mirrors, handwoven cloth, rick rack ribbons, sequins, padded cloth on stitched and padded cloth100 x 68 in
254 x 172.7 cm
Hagen Man, 1983Acrylic, cowrie shells stitched on padded canvas90 x 52 in
229 x 132 cm
Pacita sailing, 1987Acrylic, rick rack ribbons, painted cloth on stitched and padded canvas108 x 57 in
274 x 145 cm