A man eats a meal beside street art painted on a shoplot wall along Peel Street in Hong Kong's SoHo district, March 11, 2017.
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Hong Kong sees a creative surge when Art Basel comes to town, but there's a push for a more permanent change to the visual landscape of the city better known for its business than its art scene.Asia's largest art fair, which unveiled its first preview Tuesday, has boosted Hong Kong's artistic credentials since it first launched here four years ago. A vibrant, wide-ranging "art week" of free exhibitions and events has grown up around the fair. Hong Kong currently lacks a world class art museum, and marquee exhibitions rarely make a stop in the southern Chinese city.
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