The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Tag: Hong Kong

On view as of yesterday, Galerie Perrotin is exhibiting Japanese artist Makoto Aida's first major exhibition in Hong Kong. The show presents some of his most well-known artwork, in addition to experimental new pieces with the loose theme of metamorphosis. There are different interpretations of the world's changes in recent years, from politics to global warming. At the center of it all is his new sculpture "Space Tripper 1455" (lovingly called "Comet-chan"). See more after the jump!
Currently on view at Harbour City, Hong Kong is "Sky is the Limit", a new sculpture and paintings by Tomokazu Matsuyama (Vol 24). Curated by LA based Lebasse Projects in collaboration with Harbour City's Ocean Terminal and gallery, the event centers around Matsuyama's largest outdoor sculpture of the same name. At 21.5 feet of stainless steel, it is also the largest ever installed in Harbour City, which has previously exhibited artists like KAWS, Yayoi Kusama, and Yue Minjun.

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