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On view at Para Site is the group show “Garden of Six Seasons,” precursor to the Kathmandu Triennale 2077.
May 16, 2020 - November 15, 2020
On view at Para Site is the group show “Garden of Six Seasons,” precursor to the Kathmandu Triennale 2077. The exhibition is a product of the knowledge, conversations, mobility, and transcontinental intimacy that many artists without much privilege have been offered by the art world of the past. The very core of the exhibition is occupied by medical thinking, with its different cultural histories and understandings of where the disease nests, what is to be healed, what can be left untouched, and when to let go. On the gallery’s top floor, viewers will be drawn into an almost symmetrical architecture, where artworks connect our bodies, their insides, the networked maps of our social worlds, and the cosmos with its frightening designs. At the gallery’s temporary station in Sheung Wan, viewers will enter an artificial secret garden. Overall, “Garden of Six Seasons” explores the world as it stood until this recent season, with its struggles, visions, and passions. On view is work by Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic, Mae Clark, Has Liang, Liu Chang, Emma Kunz, Ashmina Ranjit, Citra Sasmita, So Wing Po, Trevor Yeung, and more.
White Cube presents “Rear Window,’’ an online exhibition inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s film exploring the seductions and dangers of the gaze.
On view at David Zwirner is “Good Luck,’’ Belgian artist Luc Tuymans’s first solo exhibition in Greater China.
On view at Ben Brown Fine Arts is “Grand Tour,’’ an exhibition that brings together some of Vik Muniz’s most evocative and celebrated series of works.
Gagosian presents “cold mountain clay,’’ an exhibition featuring a series porcelain works by Edmund de Waal.