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Exhibitions to Visit this July: Hong Kong

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Exhibitions to Visit this July: Hong Kong
"Will (number M3)" (2017) by Wong Chung-yu (Image courtesy of the artist and Hanart TZ Gallery)

Visiting Hong Kong this summer? The Artling picks 9 must-see exhibitions you won't want to miss this July in Hong Kong!



Hanart TZ Gallery

Centrifugal Force: The Art Field of Wong Chung-yu

Wong Chung-yu

10 June - 15 July 2017

Hong Kong ink painter and new media artist Wong Chung-yu works with a range of media and techniques, from Chinese ink landscape painting to digital animation.

"M Theory 2" (2015) by Wong Chung-yu 

Image courtesy of the artist and Hanart TZ Gallery

 


M+, Hong Kong

Canton Express

Chen Shaoxiong, Duan Jianyu, Feng Qianyu, Jiang Zhi, Jin Jiangbo, Liang Juhui, Libreria Borges Bookshop (Chen Tong and Lu Yi), Lin Yilin, Liu Heng, U-theque Organisation (Ou Ning and Cao Fei), Vitamin Creative Space, Xu Tan, Yang Yong, and Zheng Guogu, curated by Hou Hanru, works donated by art collector Guan Yi

23 June - 10 September 2017

This exhibition restages part of the exhibition Zone of Urgency curated by Hou Hanru for the 2003 Venice Biennale. The works in the show, acquired and donated by art collector Guan Yi to M+, Hong Kong, explores the impact of rapid globalisation and urbanisation in China's Pearl River Delta in the 1990s.

"City" (2013) by Liang Juhui 

Image courtesy of the artist and M+, Hong Kong

 

Tang Contemporary Art

Land of Freedom

Heri Dono

29 June - 12 August 2017

The exhibition features new paintings and an installation work by Heri Dono, one of the most celebrated artists from Indonesia.

"Born and Freedom" (2004) by Heri Dono 

Image courtesy of the artist and Tang Contemporary Art

"Super Trump - Land" (2017) by Heri Dono 

Image courtesy of the artist and Tang Contemporary Art

 

Para Site

In Search of Miss Ruthless

Amna Asghar, Doreen Chan, Viola Chen, Dachal Choi, COME INSIDE, Eternal Dragonz, Jes Fan, Christopher K. Ho, Eisa Jocson, Linda C.H. Lai, Fiona Lee, Ma Qiusha, Hương Ngô, Ngoc Nau, Xiaoshi Vivian Vivian Qin, Renee So, Salote Tawale, Hiram To, Ka-Man Tse, Wong Kit Yi, Kristina Wong, Xiyadie, Yu Shuk Pui Bobby

2 July - 10 September 2017

In this group show, artists explore the theme of pageants and diasporic communities.

Miss Ruthless Promotional, image designed by Eric Hu and Matthew Tsang 

Image courtesy the designers and Para Site

"Fannie Wong Former Miss Chinatown 2nd Runner Up: Chinese New Year Parade" (2012) by Kristina Wong 

Image courtesy of the artist and Para Site


Alisan Fine Arts

Desiring: Post 97 Hong Kong Ink Art

Lui Shou-kwan, Wucius Wong, Fang Zhaoling, TC Lai, Kum Chi-keung, Man Fung-yi, Cheuk Ka-wai Cherie, Ho Kwun-ting, Hui Hoi-kiu, Zhang Xiaoli, co-curated by Daphne King and Eric Leung

6 July - 31 August 2017

To mark the 20th anniversary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the exhibition showcases ink works by 10 local Hong Kong artists of different generations.

"Bonsai (11)" (2017) by Kum Chi-Keung

Image courtesy of the artist and Alisan Fine Art

 

Pace Gallery

Sui Jianguo Solo Exhibition

Sui Jianguo

7 July - 24 August 2017

The solo show features a selection of Sui Jianguo's works on paper and sculptures. The artist is hailed as a leading figure in Chinese contemporary sculpture.

An installation view of Sui Jianguo Solo Exhibition at PACE Gallery

Image courtesy of PACE Gallery

 

Edouard Malingue Gallery

one second ago

He Yida, Handiwirman Saputra, Jeremy Everett, Tao Hui, Phillip Lai

8 July - 26 August 2017

The artists relect on the temporal and spatial qualities of the everyday by assemblages of the quotidian or elements from nature.

"Auto Exposure #1 (Ap Lei Chau)" (2015) by Jeremy Everett 

Image courtesy of the artist and Edouard Malingue Gallery

 

de Sarthe Gallery

de Sarthe Artist Residency (deSAR)

Andrew Luk

12 July - 9 September 2017

Hong Kong artist Andrew Luk takes over de Sarthe Gallery's 10,000 sq ft space in Wong Chuk Hang, working on four new series that engage with the mediums of resin, vaporised superglue, aluminium, concrete and found objects.

Andrew working in the gallery
Image courtesy of de Sarthe Gallery

 

Lehmann Maupin Gallery

Points of Departure

Gao Ludi, Lu Song, Xie Nanxing

20 July - 9 September 2017

This group show features a selection of contemporary art from Chinese artists. Comprised of vibrant abstract paintings, the exhibition explores the idea of "points of departure".

"TT-2" (2015) by Gao Ludi

Image courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin Gallery

 

Sin Sin Fine Art

Path

Pablo Posada Pernikoff, Wensen Qi

21 July - 9 September 2017

The duo exhibition of French- Colombian artist Pablo Posada Pernikoff and French artist Wensen Qi explore how change in material forms induces commonality in our ideas and emotions.

"Gold Mist" (2016) by Pablo Posada Pernikoff
Image courtesy of the artist and Sin Sin Fine Art

"Untitled" (2017) by Wensen Qi

Image courtesy of the artist and Sin Sin Fine Art




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