HK Magazine - - CULTURE - Edited by Xavier Ng

Time and Be­ing

Turner Award-nom­i­nated artist Dar­ren Al­mond presents his first ex­hi­bi­tion in Hong Kong. He’s un­veil­ing two new se­ries of paint­ings and sculp­tures, in­clud­ing three “flip clock” sculp­tures that look into the art of time, as well as cap­ti­vat­ing paint­ings of noc­tur­nal land­scapes which ex­plore the “dark night sky para­dox” of space. A space­time con­tin­uum? We’re in. Jan 29-Mar 12. White Cube, 50 Con­naught Rd., Cen­tral, 2592-2000.


Ja­panese artist Kazuma Koike presents his lat­est works in this solo ex­hi­bi­tion. The artist show­cases de­pic­tions of idols, plants and geo­met­ric pat­terns that give the viewer a unique seren­ity and tran­quil­ity. Through Feb 6. Ais­honanzuka, 13A, Re­gency Cen­tre Phase 1, 39 Wong Chuk Hang Rd., Aberdeen, 6923-7170. xavier.ng@hk­mag­me­dia.com

Lim­i­nal Con­scious­ness

An ex­hi­bi­tion ex­plor­ing what the hu­man mind is ca­pa­ble of, through the work of In­done­sian artists Nu­groho Wi­jay­atmo and Dedy Sufri­adi. The ex­hi­bi­tion in­cludes Wi­jay­atmo’s bold portraits of women, as well as Sufri­adi’s vi­su­al­iza­tions of ab­stracted tex­tual im­agery. Through Feb 13. Affin­ity for Art, 1/F, 1 Queen’s Rd. West, She­ung Wan, 3173-8626.

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