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7 Mar 2017

Swire Properties releases details of Talks Programme at Art Basel in Hong Kong

Swire Properties have just announced details of a world-class series of panel discussions to take place in the Swire Properties Lounge at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

Featuring a number of today’s most distinguished opinion leaders in art and design, the Swire Properties Talks Programme aims to create meaningful, thought-provoking conversation about some of the biggest talking points in the art world right now.

Running throughout the duration of Art Basel in Hong Kong, the six multi-disciplinary discussions will cover a range of issues, including art and technology, arts funding and art and the city. The international roster of speakers boasts prominent art world names such as Hans Ulrich Obrist and Yana Peel (Serpentine Galleries) (pictured above), Tim Marlow (Royal Academy of Arts), teamLab and Philip Tinari (UCCA), among others.

Registration for the Swire Properties Talk Programme is now open. For more information on each talk, and to secure your place, visit arts.swireproperties.com/en/index.html.

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