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White Cube in Asia

Spring 2024, Year of the Dragon

To mark the Lunar New Year, discover White Cube’s Asia exhibitions and fairs programme, featuring leading international modern and contemporary artists, across Hong Kong, Seoul and Singapore.

At White Cube Seoul, the year begins with a solo exhibition featuring paintings and works on paper by Japanese artist Minoru Nomata, on view until 2 March 2024, followed by an exhibition showcasing the work of pioneering Brazilian artist Lygia Pape (22 March – 25 May 2024). 

In Hong Kong, solo exhibitions by Léon Wuidar (17 January – 16 March 2024) and Louise Giovanelli (26 March – 18 May 2024) mark the artists’ debut in Asia. At the start of 2024, White Cube returned to Singapore for the second edition of ART SG. Coinciding with Giovanelli’s exhibition, the gallery will also participate in the forthcoming 2024 edition of Art Basel Hong Kong, highlighting works by artists from across the roster.



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White Cube returned to Singapore’s ART SG for the second edition of the fair from 18 – 21 January 2024, showing works by artists including Georg Baselitz, Andreas Gursky, Tracey Emin, Mona Hatoum, Marguerite Humeau and Ibrahim Mahama.

At Art Basel Hong Kong (Stand 1C23), the gallery will show works by artists from across its roster from 28 – 30 March 2024, coinciding with a solo exhibition by Louise Giovanelli at White Cube Hong Kong.

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Museum Exhibitions & Commissions in Asia

Sarah Morris at M+

26 January - 17 March 2024
Hong Kong

As part of the M+ Moving Image Programme, Sarah Morris’s newest feature-length film, ETC (2024), commissioned by M+ and Tai Kwun Contemporary, serves as a cinematic portrait of Hong Kong at this unique moment in time. The film will be displayed on the M+ Facade each night from January to March 2024.

Documenting an era marked by rapid change, ETC meditates on the architecture, psychology and economies of Hong Kong; exploring its daily life and complex histories, and charting both iconic and lesser-known areas of the city. This film by Sarah Morris marks the latest work in a series of 15 city portraits the artist has made over the last 25 years. The film began to be planned in 2018 culminating the artist’s interest in the psycho-geography of place.

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