REVIEW: "Emerging Mountains" @ Lumenvisum, Hong Kong

Dec 4, 2014 8:26AM

Lumenvisum’s summer show was a poetic one. In a slight deviation from the art space’s focus on photography, “Emerging Mountains”—a solo exhibition of sculptor Fiona Wong—featured a series of ceramics works inspired by the geographic landscape of the artist’s native Hong Kong. Walking through the gallery space, viewers became immersed in a dreamy and free-floating atmosphere created by the dimmed yellow lighting of the space and the glossy surfaces of the works. The show comprised 21 works, displayed on the walls and the ground, that each investigate and pay tribute to the natural world.


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