Exhibitions

Past
Image: Valentina Liernur: Juro Que
Hong Kong  25 June - 7 August 2021

Valentina Liernur: Juro Que

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings by the Argentinian artist Valentina Liernur. The exhibition is the artist’s debut show with the gallery and marks the first time her work has been presented in Asia. 

Image: Paulina Olowska: 30 Minutes Before Midnight
Hong Kong  19 May - 19 June 2021

Paulina Olowska: 30 Minutes Before Midnight

Simon Lee Gallery Hong Kong is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings by Paulina Olowska. Olowska’s oeuvre has long been informed by her examination of the restrictive stereotypes that underpin representations of womanhood in the history of art. Seeking to depict femininity in all its guises, Olowska’s visual language asserts and redefines the capacity of the female gaze in painting, encoding each work with symbols and narrative cues that embolden her subject’s physical and psychological presence.

Image: Hans-Peter Feldmann
Hong Kong  19 March - 8 May 2021

Hans-Peter Feldmann

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present German artist Hans-Peter Feldmann’s third solo exhibition at its Hong Kong space. Encompassing works from across Feldmann’s nearly five-decades long career, this survey show includes sculpture, photography, installation, collage, the appropriated image and found object.

Image: Alex Hubbard
Hong Kong  15 January - 13 March 2021

Alex Hubbard

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Alex Hubbard. This will be his second solo exhibition with the gallery and his inaugural presentation in Hong Kong. 

Image: Bulloch, Pryde
Hong Kong  6 November 2020 - 9 January 2021

Bulloch, Pryde Sky, Rocks & Digits

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present Sky, Rocks & Digits, a joint exhibition of works by Berlin-based artists Angela Bulloch and Josephine Pryde. Concerned with the interplay between bodies and technology, both artists explore the historic and ongoing significance of technological mediation and what that produces, enables or prohibits.