Breathing Space: Contemporary Art from Hong Kong
This exhibition at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center presents eleven local artists whose works examine the pressure of living in this city, and make room for us to pause, reflect, respond and challenge the world around us. Their works engage with urban experience, current affairs and shared and personal history in media ranging from painting and sculpture to video and mixed media installation. The exhibition is on view through 13 August 2017.
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