Nov 15 – Jan 18
Opening: Thursday, Nov 14, 6 – 8pm
A key figure in Hong Kong’s art scene, Ellen Pau brings together some of her historical video works alongside new and reworked pieces in the realm of immersive installation for her solo show The Great Movement. Engaging the senses from every angle – sight, sound, heat, smell – it plunges the visitor into an awareness of their own physical presence and a contemplation of what it means to be.
Wong Ping / Review / September 21, 2019
Ho Tzu Nyen / Review / July 26, 2019
Fictioning as Method: Constructing Mythologies and The Other Story / Feature / October 29, 2018
Various artists / Review / December 19, 2017
Fabien Merelle / Review / May 15, 2017
Wang Zhibo / Review / October 18, 2016
Edouard Malingue Gallery was founded in Hong Kong in 2010 to build a critical dialogue between Asian and international contemporary artists, both emerging and established, who combine aesthetic concern with conceptual enquiry, and work across different disciplines from video and installation to painting and sound. In 2016 the gallery opened a second space in Shanghai, creating a wider platform of exchange for its roster of artists. In addition to presenting dynamic solo exhibitions, the gallery pushes the boundaries of art in public spaces and stimulates artistic discourse through collaborations with curators worldwide.
Eric Baudart, Cho Yong-Ik, Chou Yu-Cheng, Cui Xinming, Jeremy Everett, Laurent Grasso, Callum Innes, Ko Sin Tung, Kwan Sheung Chi, Nuri Kuzucan, Fabien Mérelle, João Vasco Paiva, Sun Xun, Tromarama, Janaina Tschäpe, Su-Mei Tse, Wang Wei, Wang Zhibo, Wong Ping, Samson Young, Yuan Yuan