Axel Vervoordt Gallery

Jaromír Novotný

Sep 5 – Nov 7
Opening: Saturday, Sep 5, 11am – 7pm

Untitled by Jaromír Novotný , acrylic, polyester organza, paper, carbonpaper, 120x100x4cm, 2020. 
Courtesy the artist and Axel Vervoordt Gallery.

The gallery is pleased to present the second solo exhibition by Jaromír Novotný (b. 1974, Český Brod, Czechoslovakia) in the Hong Kong location. The exhibition invites visitors to experience the silent and seemingly monochrome creations, which, through the use of colour and materiality, enable the power of memory and remembrance. 

Bae Bien-U

Jun 20 – Sep 19
Opening: Friday, Jun 19, 11am – 9pm

SNM-040H by Bae Bien-U, Gelatin silver print on Kodak Ektalure paper, 16 x 32 cm, 1992.
Courtesy the artist and Axel Vervoordt Gallery.

An exhibition by the Korean photographer featuring a selection of intimate, small works. Bae Bien-U is renowned for creating meditative landscape photographs which have an almost calligraphic quality about them. 

Masatoshi Masanobu / Review / January 15, 2018 

21/F, Coda Designer Centre
62 Wong Chuk Hang Road
Entrance via Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang
T (852) 2503 2220
Tu-Sa 11am – 7pm

As a strong supporter of Zero and Gutai art movements from its inception, the gallery’s vision has gradually evolved into contemporary art with a special interest in the concept of the void, the process of the creation and in the questioning of the experience of space and time.

In May 2014, Axel Vervoordt Gallery expanded to Hong Kong and opened its first overseas exhibition venue in the city’s central district. El Anatsui created new work for this occasion. By having a physical presence in Hong Kong, Axel Vervoordt Gallery will continue to bridge artistic expressions between the East and the West.