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Hong Kong Art Exhibitions That Can't Be Missed in 2018

If you're planning on visiting the iconic skyline of Hong Kong this year, make sure you check out our list of recommended exhibitions to keep you feeling inspired.

Alex Israel: New Waves at Gagosian Gallery

Growing up in the LA, also known as the City of Angels, Israels work omits references of surfing, Hollywood, and celebrity culture. Open until 11th August. See more here.

Alex Israel, Self-Portrait (Marine Layer), 2015, acrylic and bondo on fiberglass.

In Search of Southeast Asia Through The M+ Collections

An exploration of South East Asia's rich history, this exhibition will feature archival materials, architectural models, art installations, video works and more. See more here.

Charles Lim Yi Yong: SEA STATE

Movement: Puerta Roja

A collaborate effort with Parisian Gallery Galerie Denise Rene, Puerta Roja's summer show 'Movement' will be featuring masters such as Carlos Cruz Diez and Victor Vasarely, as well as contemporary Latin American artists who have continued to evolve the practice for today’s world. Open until 21st July. See more here.

Carlos Cruz-Diez, "Chromointerference Spatiale Décembre," (Paris 1964/2017), Chromography on aluminium, 40 x 60 cm, Ed. /8; Courtesy the artist and Puerta Roja.

Lu Xinjian: Boogie Woogie at de Sarthe Gallery

Inspired by Piet Mondrian's 'Broadway Boogie Woogie', Lu Xinjian perpetuates disco days in his first ever solo exhibition at de Sarthe Gallery, open until 7th July. See more here.

Lu Xinjian: Reflections - Plaza de Espana, 2017, Acrylic on canvas, 140 x 200 cm

Patrick Willocq: Song of the Walés at F22 Foto Space

French photorapher Patrick Willocq brings uniquely stunning photos of the Congolese Pygmy women, transforming traditional dance and songs during first-time mothers seclusion into distinctive photographs. Open until 28th July. See more here.

Patrick Willocq: Song of the Walés

So Wing-po: Six Part Practice at Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Art

So Wing-po's debut solo exhibition 'Six Part Practice' uses medicinal herbs and minerals to create immersive sculptural installations. Open until 15th August. See more here.

So Wing-po: Flow

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