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4 Art Exhibitions to Visit This Month


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Here are four outstanding art shows to see right now. Highlights include legendary artist Al Taylor’s first Asian exhibition, visual art that speaks to the relationship between humans and trees, whimsical work by Bianca Namelc and the provocative spectacle on the M+ facade by video artist Nalini Malani.

CHASING COLOURS

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Playing with Colour, Al Taylor

Until October 22

Timber!

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Breathing with Trees, Tai Kwun

Tai Kwun’s summer exhibition Breathing with Trees seeks to explore the relationship between humans and trees, and humanity’s destructive behaviour and conservative efforts. Highlighting the crucial role trees play in the preservation of the ecosystem, the exhibition examines the dangers posed by pollution, deforestation and climate change while offering innovative solutions on how to protect and nurture vegetation for a sustainable future. Creative pieces by contemporary artists add volume to this important conversation about our planet.

Until September 12

Making Waves

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Sea, I’m Awake, Bianca Namelc

Tai Kwun’s summer exhibition Breathing with Trees seeks to explore the relationship between humans and trees, and humanity’s destructive behaviour and conservative efforts. Highlighting the crucial role trees play in the preservation of the ecosystem, the exhibition examines the dangers posed by pollution, deforestation and climate change while offering innovative solutions on how to protect and nurture vegetation for a sustainable future. Creative pieces by contemporary artists add volume to this important conversation about our planet.

Until September 14

Hidden in Plain Sight

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In Search of Vanished Blood, Nalini Malani

Newly commissioned work by video artist Nalini Malani is on display on the M+ Facade. Inspired by the 1983 novel Cassandra by German writer and critic Christa Wolf, In Search of Vanished Blood recalls the story of the fall of Troy from the perspective of the woman whose visionary powers were met with contempt and scorn. Comprising live-action performance, animation, drawing, painting and found footage, this silent video was designed for the M+ Facade as a bold visual dialogue with the Hong Kong skyline.

Until October 2

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