White Cube

Haim Steinbach

Sep 14 – Nov 12, 2022
Opening: Sep 13


Untitled (hard hat) by Haim Steinbach, Baltic birch plywood, plastic laminate and glass box; plastic hard hat, 130.5 x 97.5 x 58.4cm, 2013. © Haim Steinbach. Photo © White Cube (Jack Hems) Courtesy White Cube Hong Kong.

White Cube Hong Kong is pleased to announce a new presentation of work by Haim Steinbach, the artist’s first solo exhibition Tin Drum in Greater China.

Since the late 1970s, Steinbach has been creating installations, collecting and arranging objects in ‘Displays’, which take the form of shelves and other architectural apparatus. The artist treats objects as ciphers, each with their own particular identity, story or history, whose meanings and associations rely on the ‘contingency of their placement’, always subject to change. Steinbach’s shelf works bring about a tension between the role of art and the kind of displays people might assemble at home. Inviting a second look, he asks the viewer to question their perceived understanding of things and to address the act of looking, shifting the parameters to make us see what he presents in many different ways.


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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.