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New Artwork Exhibitions to Examine Out in Hong Kong This March

New Artwork Exhibitions to Examine Out in Hong Kong This March

At the new art exhibitions this March artists see the boundaries of visual expression pushed to their limits. From 20th-century pioneers who explored complex philosophies through sculptures to local artists who refuse to be confined to specific ideas, these exhibitions will have you questioning reality, self and timeless truths.

Local Heroes

When: Until March 13

In Woaw Gallery’s Wan Chai branch, Fluid Maze showcases eight local artists: Hector Chan, IV Chan, Dony Cheng, SSAN Hui, Mandy Lau, Florence Lee, Wong Kaying and Wu Jiaru. Each artist captures Hong Kong’s very essence in their works, intertwining their own experiences to create a maze of consciousness. While adding to the bigger picture, each piece remains untethered to a single idea – a constantly evolving and never-ending stream of creativity that fills the space and presents an ever-changing array of meanings.

Wow Gallery, 3 & 5 Sun St, Wan Chai

Flora’s Greatest Fan

When: Until April 13

This solo exhibition at Double Q introduces us to the enigmatic works of Tunisian American artist Nadia Ayari. Through these paintings, which feature recurring images of delicate flower buds, verdant leaves, piercing eyes and luscious figs, Ayari deftly navigates the delicate balance between the intimate and the political. Each brush stroke delves deep into the mystery of nature, revealing a deeply personal and thought- provoking perspective on life itself.

Double Q Gallery, 68 Lok Ku Rd, Sheung Wan

Deep Blue

When: Until March 16

Dony Cheng Hung’s exhibition Finding Rest on the Highway, at Gallery Exit, is a mesmerising display of her recent artistic discoveries. Her paintings, animations and installations come together in a captivating landscape that draws the viewer into her vivid imagination. The blue sky is a recurring motif throughout the exhibit, enveloping the space and inviting viewers to delve deeper into her conceptual world, blurring the lines between real and surreal.

Gallery Exit, 3/F, Blue Box Factory Building, 25 Hing Wo St, Aberdeen

Quirky Characters

When: Until April 6

Opera Gallery Hong Kong is showcasing masterpieces, created between 1970 and 2000, by self-taught French American artist Niki de Saint Phalle, who gained recognition through daring performances involving firearms and explosions that transformed objects into vibrant assemblage paintings. She later captivated the art world with her “Nanas” – whimsical sculptures made from unconventional materials that depict a range of characters from animals to female figures, symbolising an idealised and lively vision of womanhood.

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Opera Gallery, 9 Queen’s road Central The Galleria, Shop G-08 G-09, Central

Mnemonic Memoir

When: Until April 20

Korean artist Eddie Kang’s solo exhibition Like a Guiding Star at Lucie Chang Contemporary, invites us to witness his personal odyssey through vibrant and hopeful artworks. One recurring character created by Kang as a tribute to a dear friend is Yeti, a mythical being whose protective and consoling presence serves as a beacon of light – a saviour who unfailingly stands by the artist in times of need.

Lucie Chang Fine Art, Unit C, 12/F, Gee Chang Hong Centre, 65 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Wong Chuk Hang

Source: Prestige Online

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