Mel Bochner, Dexter Dalwood, Bernard Frize, Paulina Olowska, Mai-Thu Perret, Erin Shirreff, Clare Woods, Christopher Wool, Toby Ziegler, Heimo Zobernig
Jan 28 – Mar 12
Opening: Thursday, Jan 27, 6–8pm
German painter Georg Karl Pfahler’s first solo exhibition in Asia, ahead of a comprehensive Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present Grayscale, a group exhibition featuring selected works in shades of grey. Since the early Renaissance period, the ‘grisaille’ technique has been used by artists to imitate the look of sculpture in paintings executed entirely in shades of grey. Grayscale investigates the ways in which grey continues to capture the fascination of a new generation of artists. Uniting diverse visual languages that encompass a range of artistic expressions, these works renew and challenge how we perceive the colour grey, articulating the complexity of a colour that is both contemplative and poetic.
Chris Huen Sin Kan 禤善勤 / Review / July 16, 2020
Marco Brambilla / Review / February 14, 2017
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Founded in London in 2002, Simon Lee Gallery represents artists of diverse generations whose practices explore a wide range of media, from sculpture and painting to video and photography, and who share a broad interest in an exploration of the conceptual. Aiming to provide a significant international audience for its artists, the gallery also regularly punctuates its programme with historical exhibitions and curated group shows, which present shifts in contemporary art practice and thought, whilst broadening the dialogue with artists outside of the gallery’s core programme. In addition to its UK activity, in 2012 the gallery opened a space in Hong Kong, which introduced its artists to a wider public in Asia, with a fully independent programme. In 2014, Simon Lee Gallery opened an office and private viewing space in New York. In 2017, this space was re-launched with a year-round programme of exhibitions and events, showcasing the work of emerging and established artists in dynamic group and solo exhibitions.
Chris Huen Sin Kan
Eric N. Mack