Galleries Across Asia Are Slowly Reopening to the Public. Here Are 5 Shows You Can See Online or in Person Right Now

These shows Hong Kong and Seoul are open to the public once again.

Karen Shiozawa, A Place where a Light Returns (2020). Courtesy of Whitestone Gallery.
Karen Shiozawa, A Place where a Light Returns (2020). Courtesy of Whitestone Gallery.

Slowly but surely, galleries across Asia are reopening as lockdown restrictions are eased throughout the region. While things are far from back to business as usual, the news offers locals the opportunity to see shows that were abruptly shuttered and emerging artists the chance to have their work seen in person. Those at home don’t need to miss out, either—through the Artnet Gallery Network, shows all over the world can be seen day or night. 

Check out five gallery shows in Asia are can be visited online or in person below.

Rodel Tapaya, Big Catch (2018). Courtesy of Tang Contemporary Art.

Rodel Tapaya, Big Catch (2018). Courtesy of Tang Contemporary Art.

Exhibition: Echo Among Geographies” at Tang Contemporary Art
When: Through April 18, 2020
Where: Tang Contemporary Art, 10/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong

 

Asa Go, Depend on Myself (2017). Courtesy of Whitestone Gallery

Asa Go, Depend on Myself (2017). Courtesy of Whitestone Gallery

Exhibition: Little Fables” at Whitestone Gallery
When: Through April 18, 2020
Where: Whitestone Gallery, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

 

Barbara Edelstein, Reflections Nature (2018). Courtesy of Alisan Fine Arts.

Barbara Edelstein, Reflections Nature (2018). Courtesy of Alisan Fine Arts.

Exhibition: “Ineffable Garden: Zhang Jian-Jun and Barbara Edelstein” at Alisan Fine Arts
When: Through May 9, 2020
Where: Alisan Fine Arts, 21/F Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central Hong Kong

 

Liang Hao, The Truth (2019). Courtesy of Chancery Lane Gallery - Katie de Tilly Contemporary Art

Liang Hao, The Truth (2019). Courtesy of Chancery Lane Gallery – Katie de Tilly Contemporary Art.

Exhibition: Unfolding Into the Expanse” at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery – Katie de Tilly Contemporary Artists
When: Through April 9, 2020
Where: 10 Chancery Lane Gallery – Katie de Tilly Contemporary Artists, G/F, 10 Chancery Lane, Central, Hong Kong

 

Peles Empire, Cleopatra 12 (2019). Courtesy of Barakat Contemporary.

Peles Empire, Cleopatra 12 (2019). Courtesy of Barakat Contemporary.

Exhibition: Peles Empire: Even Here, I Exist” at Barakat Contemporary
When: Through April 19, 2020
Where: Barakat Contemporary, 36 Samcheong-ro 7-gil, Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul

 


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