Informal Solutions: Observations In and Around Hong Kong Back Alleys
Ever wondered what’s hidden in the back alleys of Hong Kong? German photographer Michael Wolf has explored these unknown territories so we don’t have to. His new book, “Informal Solutions: Observations In and Around Hong Kong Back Alleys,” shows readers what’s happening in Hong Kong’s dynamic back alleys, places most people walk past every day but never venture into. Book available in stores citywide.
Seeking Inner Peace: Works in Ink by Xu Jingwen and Angel Hui
Chinese artists Xu Jingwen and Angel Hui’s works aim to capture a sense of spirituality. Xu depicts the spiritual side of humankind in his Plain Landscape series, immersing his audience in his large-scale creations. Hui finds new ways to celebrate tradition by combing age-old concepts with the influences of the present in the form of ready-made or disposable modern objects. Through Mar 8. Karin Weber Gallery, G/F, 20 Aberdeen St., Central, 2544-5004. karinwebergallery.com.
The Man Who Sleeps on his Breath
Check out The Empty Gallery’s latest exhibition of work by internationally renowned photographer Edward S. Curtis. Handpicked from his
“The North American Indian” portfolio, the mesmerizing photogravures are presented in the black-walled gallery, with an original soundscape by Italian experimental musician Valerio Tricoli as background music. Sounds pretty intense... Through Mar 5. The Empty Gallery, 19/F, Grand Marine Center, 3 Yue Fung St., Aberdeen.