Discover Art Tour - May Highlights
Greetings! Are you interested in the gallery tour below?
Due to limited capacity. Please only RSVP if you can really join. RSVP only confirmed after payment (deadline: May 23). Thank you for your understanding!
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Want to get an insider-view of some of the most-worth visiting shows in town? We select the Highlight exhibitions every month and lines up with respective galleries to provide you with the most exclusive insider views!
1) Sylvio Perlstein Collection
First time showcase of the private Perlstein Collection in Asia.
A diverse personal collection that spans over five decades, traces the course of 21st century art, from Dada and Surrealism to Abstraction, Land Art, Conceptual Art, Minimal Art, Pop Art, Op Art, Arte Povera, Nouveau Réalisme, and Contemporary Art. A great chance to freshen up your modern to contemporary art history knowledge!
2) Chen Danqing: Disguise and Paintings from Life
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3) Chewing Gum III @ Pace Gallery
Artists: Lee Ufan, Song Dong, Joel Shapiro, Louise Nevelson, Tony Smith, Tim Eitel , Irving Penn, Kiki Smith, Lee Kun-Yong
The third edition of Chewing Gum continues Pace’s sustained studies of the individual creative states of contemporary artists from different backgrounds, with a special focus on relationships between “object and object”, “people and object”, and “people and people”. Here, the everyday act of “chewing” alludes to the ways in which a globalized context tends to dispel, and even dissolve, cultural differences, and to the effect of viewer participation in bringing about new connections between artworks.
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