We’re pleased to share that our Hong Kong gallery has reopened to the public by appointment only. Coinciding with the reopening, we have launched Lìxià, a bilingual online viewing room available in English and Chinese; 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.
Now live on David Zwirner Online, Lìxià presents major works by Josef Albers, Harold Ancart, Mamma Andersson, Lucas Arruda, Michaël Borremans, Noah Davis, Suzan Frecon, Isa Genzken, Yun Hyong-keun, Yayoi Kusama, Giorgio Morandi, Oscar Murillo, Alice Neel, Neo Rauch, Josh Smith, Wolfgang Tillmans, Luc Tuymans, and Lisa Yuskavage. The online-only exhibition also includes reflections on the city of Hong Kong from the gallery’s artists who have exhibited or are scheduled to exhibit there.
On view at the Hong Kong gallery are works by Raymond Pettibon, Josh Smith, Wolfgang Tillmans, Luc Tuymans, and Lisa Yuskavage, among many others. Closed since the end of January due to the global health crisis, David Zwirner Hong Kong’s reopening marks a significant moment as the gallery’s other global locations—New York, London, Paris—all remain temporarily closed. The gallery is located in the H Queen’s building in Central Hong Kong, and to request an appointment, please contact: [email protected].
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