Sculpture Exhibition Aims to Highlight Hong Kong’s Art Community
Why We Recommend it
This sculpture exhibition highlights Hong Kong’s art community through 20 works from 18 local and international galleries, along with a programme of art talks.
Co-presented by the Asia Society Hong Kong Center (ASHK) and the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA), the one-month Sculpture Exhibition aims to highlight the local art community through collaboration between galleries and cultural institutions, as well as to offer an artistic relief through public art during challenging times in Hong Kong.
20 sculpture works from 18 local and international galleries will be displayed across the historic premises of the Asia Society Hong Kong Center. Along with the exhibition, an Art Talk programme will also be held. Presenting an alternative form of interactive and informative programme, a total of six 30-minute talk sessions will be held, featuring HKAGA member gallerists and artists on a variety of subjects including the role of art in politics and society, Hong Kong art, art practice of exhibiting artists and more.
A virtual docent tour is also available for viewing here.
More to read about exhibited artists:
Wang Keping’s dark, sensual wood sculptures
Who is behind the Reflecting man, an unusual sculpture reflects Hong Kong back on itself?