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Installation views, “Sam Gilliam,” Jul 22 - Sep 2, 2021, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong © Sam Gilliam / 2021 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, photo by Louise Lo and courtesy of Pace Gallery.
Installation views, “Sam Gilliam,” Jul 22 - Sep 2, 2021, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong © Sam Gilliam / 2021 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, photo by Louise Lo and courtesy of Pace Gallery.
Installation views, “Sam Gilliam,” Jul 22 - Sep 2, 2021, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong © Sam Gilliam / 2021 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, photo by Louise Lo and courtesy of Pace Gallery.
Sam Gilliam, "Moon Tide," 2021, acrylic, sawdust, encaustic, on wood panel, mounted in wood frame, 60" × 60" × 4", courtesy to the artist and Pace Gallery.
Hong Kong, Central

Sam Gilliam

Pace Gallery Hong Kong is presenting an exhibition of Sam Gilliam’s paintings at the gallery’s space in H Queen from July 22 through September 2.

July 22, 2021 - September 2, 2021

Pace Gallery in Hong Kong is presenting an exhibition of Sam Gilliam’s paintings at the gallery’s space in H Queen from July 22 through September 2. Gilliam, who is now in his eighties, is widely known as one of the great painters of postwar America. He emerged from the Washington, D.C. scene in the mid-1960s with works contributed towards Abstract Expressionism. 

Alongside the artist’s ​​iconic paintings from the postwar era, new works will be featured in the exhibition, reflecting Gilliam’s ongoing experimentation with beveled edge canvases. With attention to surface, alchemy and volume, they offer a rich combination of texture, materials, and composition. Gilliam’s approach to Abstract Expression involves methods such as folding, soaking, and staining canvas before applying thick layers of paint mixed with materials such as pure pigment, sawdust, tin shot and debris found on his studio floor. 

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80 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Jul 22 - Sep 2
Pace Gallery
Sam Gilliam
Pace Gallery Hong Kong is presenting an exhibition of Sam Gilliam’s paintings at the gallery’s space in H Queen from July 22 through September 2.

Exhibitions

Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui |Exhibitions

Lee Bae: Paradigm of Charcoal

Perrotin Hong Kong is pleased to present “Paradigm of Charcoal,” a solo exhibition from Korean artist Lee Bae on view through September 11.

Ze/Ro

Ben Brown Fine Arts presents a group exhibition “Ze/Ro” through August 26 2021.

Curtain

Para Site and Rockbund Art Museum are presenting in partnership the exhibition ”Curtain,” on view through July 25.

Joel Mesler: In the Beginning

“In the Beginning,” an exhibition of new paintings by Joel Mesler, is on view at Lévy Gorvy in Hong Kong through August 14.

Eternal Seasons: Part II

Lévy Gorvy Hong Kong presents “Eternal Seasons: Part II,” on view through May 29. The show continues exploring the perception and portrayal of changing seasons and cycle of life by artists, including Alexander Calder, Francesco Clemente, Alex Katz, Jutta Koether, Yayoi Kusama, Michael Lau, Joan Mitchell, Lari Pittman, Ugo Rondinone, Amy Sillman, Pat Steir, Tu Hongtao, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann, Jonas Wood, Christopher Wool, and Zao Wou-Ki.

Mark Grotjahn: Horizontals

Mark Grotjahn’s “Horizontals” is now on view through August 7 at Gagosian in Hong Kong. The exhibition features new and recent paintings from the artist’s “Capri” series, in which the artist interweaves color, perspective, seriality, history, and the sublime.

Jack Whitten

The first solo exhibition in Asia of work by Jack Whitten is on view through July 31 at Hauser & Wirth in Hong Kong. The show consists of rarely seen paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from the 1960s through 2010s.

The Real World

David Zwirner presents “The Real World,” a group exhibition by gallery artists Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Raymond Pettibon, Jason Rhoades, Diana Thater, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Lisa Yuskavage. The show, featuring paintings, sculptures, and installations from the 1990s and early 2000s, is on view through July 31.

Christine Ay Tjoe: Spinning in the Desert

“Spinning in the Desert,” the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong by Christine Ay Tjoe, is now on view at White Cube, coinciding with Art Basel Hong Kong 2021. The show features a new series of paintings made in response to the pandemic and its impact on the artist’s everyday life and activities.

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