Opera Gallery

Nam June Paik, Anthony James

Nov 21 – Dec 31
Opening: Thursday, Nov 21, 6 – 8pm

46″ Octagon Wall Portal by Anthony James, 2019. Courtesy Opera gallery Hong Kong.

Across Borders – Digital Art and Beyond is an interactive exploration of the two artists who have both experimented with and pushed the limits of progressive technologies within their time. As digital technology has infiltrated almost every aspect of our lives today, the manifestation of those advancements into the art world has evolved into multiple strands of expression, including Conceptual Art and Installation.

G/F – 3/F, W Place, 52 Wyndham Street, Central
T (852) 2810 1208
Mo-Sa 10am to 7pm / Su/hol. 12am to 6pm

Founded by Gilles Dyan in Paris in 1994, Opera Gallery is one of the leading figures of modern and contemporary art. Opera Gallery is established worldwide with galleries in prime locations in New York, Miami, Bal Harbour, Aspen, London, Paris, Monaco, Geneva, Zurich, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beirut and Dubai.

Since its inception, Opera Gallery has strived to offer private and public art collectors unique access to a diversity of modern and contemporary artists through an exciting programme of curated exhibitions and art fairs. In addition to the extensive and varied curated programme of exhibitions within our gallery network, Opera Gallery secures and protects the heritage of established Modern and Contemporary artists through collaborations with museums, art centres and foundations around the world.

Represented artists

André Brasilier, Andy Denzler, Anthony James, Alexander Calder, Bernard Buffet, Cho Sung-Hee, David Kim Whittaker, Ellen von Unwerth, Feng Xiao-Min, Fernando Botero, Joe Black, John Helton, Keith Haring, Lita Cabellut, Manolo Valdés, Marc Chagall, Pablo Atchugarry, Pierre Soulages, Pino Manos, Pokras Lampas, Seo Young-Deok, Umberto Mariani, Yoo Bong-Sang