Due to the exceptionally high tide in Venice which caused serious flooding, the exhibition Shirley Tse: Stakeholders, Hong Kong in Venice has closed as of 19 November 2019. We regret any inconvenience caused.

Shirley Tse: Stakeholders, Hong Kong in Venice
The 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia

M+ and the Hong Kong Arts Development Council present the exhibition Shirley Tse: Stakeholders, Hong Kong in Venice as the Hong Kong Collateral Event at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.

The Venice exhibition is a solo presentation of work by Los Angeles–based Hong Kong artist Shirley Tse, curated by Guest Curator Christina Li with Doryun Chong (Deputy Director, Curatorial, and Chief Curator, M+) acting as Consulting Curator. It is a culmination of Tse’s career-long interest in plasticity and in the various meanings and possible interpretations of materials and things. In two installations that respond to the exhibition site and negotiate with its spaces, Tse addresses the complex ways individuals relate to each other in contemporary society. The installations—titled Negotiated Differences and Playcourt—bring together plastics with raw materials, namely wood, and ready-mades such as studio and sports equipment to unravel the histories, imaginations, applications, and technologies embedded within these things.

For more information about Stakeholders, please visit www.vbexhibitions.hk.

Exhibition period:
11 May – 24 November 2019

Opening hours:
10:00am – 6:00pm
Closed on Mondays (except 13 May, 2 September, and 18 November 2019)

Campo della Tana, Castello 2126-30122, Venice, Italy
(In front of the main entrance of Arsenale)

Free admission

Co-presented by:

Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Venice Biennale
The Venice Biennale, founded in 1895, has been one of the most important cultural institutions in the world. Covering a wide range of disciplines, including art, architecture, cinema, dance, music and theatre, it aims to promote new artistic trends in contemporary arts. The documentation of its main activities is contained in its own Contemporary Arts Archive, which is a key point of reference for the study of contemporary arts.

For more information, please visit www.labiennale.org

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