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David Zwirner in Hong Kong presents a solo show of Raoul De Keyser. The first in Greater China, it features paintings from the last 25 years. The late Belgian painter is known for his intuitive, rigorous paintings.
January 15, 2021 - March 20, 2021
David Zwirner in Hong Kong presents a solo show of Raoul De Keyser. The first in Greater China, it features paintings from the last 25 years. The late Belgian painter is known for his intuitive, rigorous paintings. It is accompanied by an online exhibition, "New Visions: After De Keyser" which presents his work in dialogue with his contemporaries. "“In the case of De Keyser, the autonomy of painting is not an overarching, ultimate goal to be reached by a detour through its opposite. Rather ... De Keyser succeeds in creating a situation in which his painting is kept free from pure subjective construction and is able, through mimesis, to acknowledge a reality outside itself.... Through a particular kind of self-referentiality, he manages to balance depiction and the autonomy of the image, avoiding a compromise between the two,” writes Ulrich Loock in Drift.
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