Kiang Malingue

Brook Hsu (Wanchai Gallery)

Oct 6 – Nov 12, 2022

Olympia by Brook Hsu, Ink on canvas, 132 x 220 cm, 2021. Courtesy the artist and Kiang Malingue.

Solo exhibition Oranges, Clementines and Tangerines.

Samson Young (Aberdeen Studio)

Sep 24 – Nov 5, 2022
Opening: Saturday, Sep 24, 2pm – 6pm

Courtesy the artist and Kiang Malingue.

The gallery is pleased to present Samson Young’s first solo exhibition at the gallery’s Hong Kong space. Titled Music for selective hearing, or assisted living, this exhibition will feature five sets of artworks created by the artist in the last two years. Known for exploring the fabric of the socio-political by examining the history and contemporary conditions of sound and music, Young considers in the exhibition the complicated nature of ‘sound conditioning’ – the active control of ambient sounds, as exemplified by such devices as white-noise sleep aids – as self-care and recuperation, but also as self-imposed isolation, control, and wilful disengagement.

馬凌畫廊榮譽呈獻楊嘉輝於香港空間的首次個人展覽「閉目塞聽、安神助眠」,展出藝術家在過去兩年內創作的五組新作品。楊嘉輝長期關注聲音及音樂的文化政治,是此次展覽將會探討所謂的「聲境調控」— 以聲音作為調控環境的手段,例如「除噪助眠機」的應用 — 其實踐的兩面性。「聲境調控」可被視為自我關懷或療養,但同時亦是自我孤立、自我抑制、及主動從現實中脫離之舉。

Studio: Unit B2, 12/F, Blue Box Factory Building
25 Hing Wo Street, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
By appointment

Gallery: 10 Sik On Street, Wanchai
T (852) 2810 0317
Tu-Sa 12am – 6pm


Ellen Pau / Feature / December 30, 2019
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

Kiang Malingue (formerly 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.

Represented artists
Eric Baudart, Cho Yong-Ik, Chou Yu-Cheng, Cui Xinming, He Yida, Ho Tzu Nyen, Ko Sin Tung, Kwan Sheung Chi, Lai Chih-Sheng, Phillip Lai, Fabien Mérelle, Nabuqi, Ellen Pau, Sun Xun, Tao Hui, Tromarama, Su-Mei Tse, Wang Zhibo, Wang Wei, Wong Ping, Yang Chi-Chuan