近年來一直未停止擴張步伐的卓納畫廊，於2018年1月、畫廊創立25週年之際落腳香港，以此為據點開啟亞洲市場的開拓之路，創始人卓納更是躍上2018年度「ArtReview 藝術權力百大排行榜」（Power 100）榜單首席。儘管迄今為止尚未代理華人藝術家，但卓納畫廊對此抱持開放態度，以穩健步調在亞洲立足。
卓納畫廊同樣為「台北當代藝博」上的展位定下穩健基調，據其之前在亞洲參加藝博會的經驗，帶來深受亞洲藏家青睞的國際一線藝術家架上繪畫與攝影作品，全面展現畫廊的代理藝術家。其中既有呂克．圖伊曼斯（Luc Tuymans）、尼奧． 勞赫（Neo Rauch） 這兩位歐洲具象繪畫的代表性藝術家，也包括了新近躍上「Power 100」榜單次席的非裔美國畫家馬歇爾（Kerry James Marshall）、甫於卓納畫廊香港空間舉辦個展的奧斯卡．穆里略（Oscar Murillo）、當代極簡藝術代表人物唐納德．賈德（Donald Judd），標誌著卓納畫廊憑其藝術史眼光進一步深入亞洲市場的決心。
David Zwirner: A Commercial Art Empire
By Yan Xiao-Xiao
Since its establishment in New York in 1993, David Zwirner Gallery has worked with artists featuring iconic and recognizable style, but are at the same time challenging to classify in terms of genre. They have always embraced serving artists as its core value, paving the path for artists to realize their visions. Coming from an art dealer family, David Zwirner has a brilliant eye for art and culture influences, and under his steady leadership, David Zwirner Gallery steadily developed a distinct philosophy in their artist representation. Under the three major systems of European and American figurative painting, photographic art, and minimalism, they have composed a spectacular list of high profile artists from different generations, adding to this are the recent inclusion of prominent photographers, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Diane Arbus into their roster of artist representation. Even in recent years, David Zwirner Gallery shows no intention of slowing down their expansion. January 2018, the 25th year of operation, their branch space in Hong Kong was open. This opens up their reach to the Asian market, and its founder David Zwirner was listed as number one on 2018 Art Review Power 100 list. Although they have not yet represented any Chinese artists, they welcome this possibility to establish a firm position in Asia.
David Zwirner aims to set a solid tone for their booth at Taipei Dangdai, presenting an overview of the gallery's represented artists. Drawing from the previous experience of art fairs in Asia, they will be presenting paintings and photographs favored by Asian collectors from internationally renowned artists. Among them are two of the most representative artists from European figurative paintings, Luc Tuymans and Neo Rauch; African-American painter Kerry James Marshall, a new entry to the "Power 100" list; Oscar Murillo who will open his solo exhibition in David Zwirner Gallery Hong Kong; and Donald Judd, representative artist of contemporary minimalism, demonstrating the determination of David Zwirner Gallery to invest further into the Asian market through their expertise in art history.