A detail from a photograph by Wolfgang Tillmans, titled Chingaza dated 2012.


The Hong Kong gallery is now open to the public by appointment, 11 AM–7 PM, Tuesday through Saturday.

In accordance with city guidelines, a limited number of visitors will be allowed within the exhibition spaces.

To schedule your visit please email [email protected].

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Lìxià presents works by Suzan Frecon, Josh Smith, Wolfgang Tillmans, Luc Tuymans, Lisa Yuskavage, and many others. David Zwirner Hong Kong has been closed since the end of January due to the global health crisis. The reopening marks a significant moment as the other David Zwirner global locations—New York, London, Paris—remain temporarily closed. David Zwirner opened its Hong Kong gallery in 2017, which is under the directorship of Leo Xu, a Senior Director at David Zwirner.

To coincide with the reopening of the Hong Kong gallery, Lìxià, a bilingual online viewing room available in English and Chinese, will launch on May 5, 2020. Lìxià refers to the 7th solar term according to the traditional East Asian calendars, which divide a year into 24 solar terms, and signifies the beginning of summer. The online-only exhibition will also include reflections on the city of Hong Kong from the gallery’s artists who have exhibited or are scheduled to exhibit there.


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Image: Wolfgang Tillmans,  Chingaza, 2012 (detail)



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