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With huge international art fairs a logistical impossibility, the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association explored what remains feasible with a small local art fair, Unscheduled (17 to 27 June). Undeterred by the looming National Security Law, which as of today installs mainland-type prohibitions on political dissent, 12 galleries with spaces in Hong Kong organised solo booths in the Duplex Studio in the Police Headquarters Block at Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts. "It was a beautiful reunion with old friends, and we've also met a number of new collectors,” says Arman Lam, the director of Hanart TZ Gallery, which just moved from the Pedder Building to Kwai Chung. “The HKAGA team did an incredible job, and the fair is sophisticatedly done. I wish there will be a second edition next year.”

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