Tag: art exhibitions
In Praise of Shadows: Raha Raissnia at Empty Gallery, Hong Kong
Following the death of Jina Mahsa Amini in police custody, numerous images of the uprisings in Iran once again demonstrated photography’s emancipatory power. Despite the increasing manipulability of photography and a corresponding growth of distrust in it, the medium continues to play a vital role in the context of protest movements. In the work of…
Review: Machines of Desire at Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong
Machines of Desire’s Hong Kong chapter stages a collision of unconscious and conscious desires, a motivating force of contemporary consumption, through 12 works by eight artists.
Nicolas Party: From Fantasy to Catastrophe
Red Forest, Party’s exhibition with Hauser & Wirth in Hong Kong (30 June–24 September 2022), his first in the city, delivers more vibrant, collector-pleasing compositions that launched his reputation into the artistic stratosphere.
Bruce Nauman: Presence/Absence at White Cube
This year marks the 80th birthday of American artist Bruce Nauman. Following on from a recent Tate retrospective, is ‘Presence/Absence’ at White Cube, the first exhibition in Hong Kong for the pioneering video artist.