May 24 – Jul 9
Blindspot Gallery is proud to present Un Cheng’s exhibition What’s there when you ain’t home, encapsulating a visual journal of the restless wanderer-painter in Iceland and Sham Shui Po. No two landscapes can be more different than the sparse winter of a Nordic Island and the hectic urban subtropics of Kowloon. Yet, the artist ravishes in the amorphous abstraction of atmospheric light, thick textures of oil, vibrant blocks of colours, and strokes of falling snow and rising vapour. Resonantly, these psychological landscapes lay bare the desire of an itinerant artist-traveller to resist loneliness, forge human connections, and fall in love with an eclectic world that at times feels geographically isolated and emotionally indifferent.
Set up in 2010, Blindspot Gallery is a Hong Kong-based contemporary art gallery. The gallery began with a primary focus on contemporary photography and image-based art, and has evolved to include diverse media in contemporary art. The gallery represents both emerging and established artists, mainly from Hong Kong and the region but also beyond.
Lau Hok Shing, So Wing Po, Zhang Ruyi 劉學成、蘇詠寶、張如怡 / Feature / January 19, 2021
Luke Ching Chin Wai, South Ho Siu Nam / Feature / October 24, 2019
Isaac Chong Wai / Studio / April 22, 2019
Leung Chi Wo / Feature / April 12, 2018
Angela Su / Review / September 13, 2017
Eason Tsang / Review / December 3, 2016
Angela Su / Studio / October 7, 2016
Chen Wei, Un Cheng, Isaac Chong Wai, Hao Jingban, South Ho Siu Nam, Jiang Pengyi, Jiang Zhi, Nadav Kander, Sarah Lai, Lam Tung Pang, Leung Chi Wo, Martin Parr, So Wing Po, Angela Su, Trevor Yeung