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Hong Kong

Group Show

July 2 – September 18, 2015

Chatchai Puipia, Life in the City of Angels: The Night Traveller, 2014, oil on canvas, 72.8 x 64.9 inches
Miya Ando, Ephemeral Deep Red, 2014, dye, pigment, lacquer, resin on aluminum, 36 x 36 inches/91.4 x 91.4 cm
Ricardo Mazal, Black Mountain MK 4, 2014, oil on linen, 66 x 98.5 inches/167.6 x 250.2 cm
Kim Joon, Bird Land-Lacoste, 2013, digital print, 47 x 82.7 inches; © Kim Joon
Hiroshi Senju, Waterfall, 2012, natural, acrylic pigments on Japanese mulberry paper, 51 5/16 x 76 5/16 inches
Edward Burtynsky, Pivot Irrigation #27, High Plains, Texas Panhandle, USA, 2012, Chromogenic color print, 36 x 68 inches/91.4 x 172.7 cm; © 2012 Edward Burtynsky
Sebastião Salgado, The Grand Canyon in Utah, viewed from National Forest, Arizona, USA, 2010, gelatin silver print, 36 x 50 inches/91.44 x 127 cm' © Sebastião Salgado/Amazonas Images
Sohan Qadri, Deva I, 2007, ink and dye on paper, 39 x 27 inches
Nathan Slate Joseph, Line Drawing Orange, 2006, pure pigment on galvanised steel, 48 x 42 inches
Golnaz Fathi, untitled, 2011, pen on canvas, satin varnish, 47.2 x 47.2 inches/120 x 120 cm
Robert Polidori, House of Amelia Pelaez, Estrada Palma 261, Vibora, Havana, Cuba, 2001, Epson Archival Inkjet Print, 50 x 40 inches/127 x 101.6 cm; © Robert Polidori
Lee Waisler, Marilyn Monroe, 2009, acrylic and wood on canvas, 72 x 60 inches

About This Exhibition

This exhibition features paintings and photographs that transcend cultural boundaries. The global group of artists included in this show live and work between cultures, giving their work a dynamic, global perspective. The diversity of content, technique and medium is a testament to the gallery’s long-standing mission, which is to spark cross-cultural dialogue. Artists include Thai painter Chatchai, Indian-born artist Sohan Qadri and Japanese-American metal artist Miya Ando.

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