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Hong Kong embraces its role as a global art hub

Art Basel, auction houses and galleries transform city into a vibrant market

The Hong Kong Arts Sculpture Park features works from major artists such as Yayoi Kusama's 2008 installation "Pumpkin: big." (Photo provided by Harbour Arts Sculpture Park 2018)

HONG KONG -- As recently as a decade ago, Hong Kong was little more than an afterthought on the international art scene. While it had established itself as an important regional hub, and major auction houses had been here for decades, Hong Kong was not a city etched on the global art schedule.

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