The pop-up exhibition Ayumi Adachi is an exciting TGIF’s initiative showcasing a series of works by the Hong Kong based Japanese artist, on view from October 3 through November 7, 2022.
It’s our pleasure to introduce one of the highlights of our fall season to you, Fabricating Space Exploring Identities Through Sculpture: Anton Poon Solo Exhibition. Presented by V54 Young-Artist-in-Residence program, in collaboration with Wangsim.
Wangsim SELECTS is a curated online viewing program of great arts for you and was initiated as a knee-jerk reaction to the pandemic breakout in 2020. Since the Wangsim’s physical showroom opened in the summer of 2020, the program has witnessed 3 editions in Hong Kong and 1 in Shanghai with presentations of important contemporary art pieces.
Wangsim is glad to announce “Martin Parr”, a solo exhibition of the renowned British photographer. In collaboration with Art Space by THE STUDIO Taiwan, the project pays homage to the artist’s oeuvre blending social satires with the kaleidoscope of modern life.
During the Shanghai’s art filled November, the inspiring group exhibition at Mandarin Oriental Pudong Shanghai showcases a wide range of important works of 9 most celebrated contemporary artists across the globe, pairing the Minimalistic masterpieces with the international Pop superstars.
Wangsim assists in organizing and the curation of the solo exhibition of Merijn Kavelaars in Hong Kong. The presentation features a series of canvases and paper works with a handsome mix of acrylic paint and Chinese ink, which dive deeper into his artist experience as a resident artist of Young Artist in Residence@V54 as well as an urban wanderer in the city.
Wangsim is pleased to present the first joint project in Shanghai, China, Doors of Shanghai by REDIC, a three-day exhibition showcasing American artist REDIC’s long-running sculptural series Doors by Shanghai and a suite of the most recent photographic works from the artist’s Derivatives & Extraction Series.
Wangsim presents its first traveling exhibition in Taipei’s historical Songshan District. The ambitious group exhibition of 16 artists showcases a group of important artworks from two major art movements, Minimalism and Pop Art.