Artists Reimagine Scale and Proportions in Large Format, Small Space
Why We Recommend it
In collaboration with guest curator Boogie Woogie Photography, Pékin Fine Arts host their first group exhibition, Large Format, Small Space, featuring artworks that redefine our perceptions of size and space.
Viewers often enjoy the spectacle of large-scale artworks on display, yet the practical reality of Hong Kong’s confined spaces make this increasingly difficult. In Large Format, Small Space, a group of acclaimed artists insist on subverting our perception of the way artworks are viewed conventionally.
Hosted by Pékin Fine Arts in collaboration with guest curator Boogie Woogie Photography, an art advisory duo founded by Vanessa Franklin and Xavier Mahe, Large Format, Small Space will showcase works by French artist Raymond Cauchetier, South African artists Pieter Hugo and Billy Monk, Japanese artist Takeshi Shikama and Chinese artist Zhang Dali.
Through this exhibition, the artists seek to inspire viewers to reconsider the dynamics between scales and proportions in relation to the perception of art.
If you wish to preview the exhibition online, you may do so through the virtual tour.