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White Cube presents “Rear Window,’’ an online exhibition inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s film exploring the seductions and dangers of the gaze.
November 13, 2020 - January 19, 2021
White Cube presents “Rear Window,’’ an online exhibition inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s film exploring the seductions and dangers of the gaze. Hitchcock’s 1954 thriller features a photojournalist confined in his apartment who develops an obsession with watching his neighbours. The exhibition investigates how artists create scenes and suggest narratives, whilst exploring the idea of ‘the gaze’. “Rear Window’’ brings together paintings and photographs by Ellen Altfest, Jeff Burton, Gillian Carnegie, Judith Eisler, Celia Hampton, Danica Lundy, and more. Exhibition highlights include The whisperers (2020) by Julie Curtiss, who often uses cinematic devices in her paintings to suggest surreal narratives and Laurie Simmon’s Long House (2002-04) series of photographs, which depict domestic scenes using dolls.
William Mackinnon’s first solo show in Hong Kong, "Modern Family," continues the artist's look at the form of the tree as a subject.
Sanford Biggers’s “The Extinction Agenda,” centers the artist’s acknowledgment of a debt to the intercultural communication of traditions and knowledge.
Through August 14, Para Site invites viewers to visit its group show “Minding the G(r)a(s)p,” which features work by 7 artists.
Koak’s debut solo show in Asia is an exhibition titled “The Driver” at Perrotin’s Hong Kong gallery, which is open through July 30.
Ben Brown Fine Arts’s first solo show of the artist Sean Scully presents seven new paintings representative of Scully’s abstract oeuvre.
William Kentridge's first solo show in Hong Kong, "Weigh All Tears" features new works concerned with how history shapes our present.
Presented at White Cube from May 24—September 3, Georg Baselitz’s “Sofabilder / Sofa Pictures” is a show of new and recent works.
Perrotin Hong Kong is pleased to present “Paradigm of Charcoal,” a solo exhibition from Korean artist Lee Bae on view through September 11.