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Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong This November

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If you’re looking for something to fill up your free time with, then have a look at this list of art exhibitions that you must see this month. There is a great variety on the new shows that have opened, that there will be something for your to enjoy in this selection.




Colourful artworks of flowers on a white wall.


Narratives in Blossoming Vigor draws on the relationship between the human form and nature in the work of five female contemporary painters. While the history of art’s entanglement with painting and the male gaze persists, these artists pursue the form taking historically female themes as their subject matter – flora, fauna, and the natural world. In so doing, their work becomes a vehicle for regrowth, identity and spirituality at a time when the symbol of botanical forms is quashed in lieu of technologically driven futures.

WHEN: Now — 19th November 2022

SENS Gallery, Room 08, 19/F, Landmark South, 39 Yip Kan Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong




Gender & Space Exhibition poster. Women in The Shadows of History.


Gender & Space adopts a gender lens to revisit the history of our heritage site over its first hundred years from 1841 to 1941. It seeks to redress the underrepresentation of women in the gendered spaces of the Central Police Station compound by sharing the stories and experiences of those often overlooked to fill a gap in its history. This exhibition further explores the experiences of several different women in a society undergoing rapid change. It includes those who were unfree, powerless, and endured gender inequality, as well as those who sought avenues of change. The exhibition seeks to show that gender identity is complex, multilayered, and ever-changing.

WHEN: 5th November 2022 — 15th January 2023

TAI KWUN, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong




YAYOI KUSAMA: 1945 TO NOW exhibition.


Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now is the largest retrospective of the artist in Asia outside Japan. Featuring more than 200 works, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, and archival material, this exhibition surveys Kusama’s career from the earliest drawings she made as a teenager during World War II to her most recent immersive art pieces. Organised chronologically and thematically, the retrospective guides visitors through Kusama’s career-long creative pouring divided into major themes: Infinity, Accumulation, Radical Connectivity, Biocosmic​, Death, and Force of Life.

WHEN: 12th November 2022 — 14th May 2023

M+, 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong




Black and white photo of blonde woman.


This will be the artist’s first solo presentation in Greater China, and it will follow the September–October 2022 exhibition Cataclysm: The 1972 Diane Arbus Retrospective Revisited at David Zwirner New York, which commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of Arbus’s momentous 1972 retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The exhibition in Hong Kong will feature a range of the artist’s photographs spanning her brief but phenomenally influential fifteen-year career.

WHEN: 17th November — 21st December 2022

DAVID ZWIRNER, 5-6/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong




Painting of plants by Margaux Williamson.


Margaux Williamson’s first exhibition in Asia heralds a re-invigorated form of figuration. In paintings characterised by a sense of interiority and intimacy, Williamson explores how the visual markers of daily life can frame and refract experience. Devoid of protagonists, her subjects include domestic interiors, still lifes and nature close to home, which reveal, through an expressive rendering of the things around us, the strange within the familiar and the surreal within the banal.

WHEN: 18th November 2022 — 7th January 2023

WHITE CUBE HONG KONG, 50 Connaught Road Central, Central, Hong Kong