White Cube

Virginia Overton

Sep 11 – Nov 14

Virginia Overton. Courtesy White Cube, Hong Kong.

In her first solo exhibition in Asia, Virginia Overton presents new sculpture and works on paper.

On display is a new body of work which sees the artist reassemble aluminium advertising signs salvaged from the facades of high-rise corporate buildings into new sculptural forms. The exhibition also includes new works on paper, in which Overton uses adhesive vinyl to create graphic compositions evoking three-dimensional forms.

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50 Connaught Road, Central
(852) 2592 2000
Tu-Sa 11am to 7pm

The first of White Cube’s galleries to be located outside of the UK, White Cube Hong Kong is situated at 50 Connaught Road, in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district. Since its inception in March 2012, the gallery has hosted a varied programme of exhibitions including Gilbert & George, Anselm Kiefer, Damien Hirst and Cerith Wyn Evans. The gallery provides an interior exhibition space of 550 m2 (6000 sq ft) which is set over two floors and has a ceiling height of over 4.5 metres. The building was designed by London based architects Maybank and Matthews.