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. email@example.com
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.