Whitestone Gallery

Clément Denis, Fabien Verschaere, Karen Shiozawa

May 3  – Jun 30 
Opening: Tuesday, May 3, 4–7pm

Self Portrait by Fabien Verschaere, Watercolor on paper, 80 x 60cm, 2021. Courtesy the artist and Whitestone Gallery.

Contrasting Confluences showcases a selection of acrylic, oil and watercolor works, offering nuanced ways of looking at, interpreting, and representing the world, exploring values of symbols and identities of individuals.

7-8/F, H Queen’s
80 Queen’s Road, Central
(852) 2523 8001
Tu-Sat 11am to 7pm

Andreas Mühe / Feature / June 10, 2020
Philip Colbert / Review / July 18, 2019

Founded in the heart of Tokyo in 1967, Whitestone Gallery has been one of a small number of pioneering galleries in Japan. Whitestone Gallery Hong Kong is the first overseas operation of the gallery. With an extensive survey on East Asian post-war period artists and art movements, the gallery hopes to create a new dialogue between contemporary and modern art in Asia, and add more diversity to the multicultural art scene in Hong Kong.

Represented artists
Shozo Shimamoto, Chiyu Uemae, Tsuyoshi Maekawa, Yasuo Sumi, Shuji Mukai, Yuko Nasaka, Senji Hiroshi, Hebime, Yasuhiko Tsuchida, Yu Kawashima, Yuji Kanamaru, Tetsuo Mizu, Jiro Yoshihara, Atsuko Tanaka, Kazuo Shiraga, Yayoi Kusama, Toshio Ohi, Makoto Saito, Masataka Oyabu