WHY YOU SHOULD STOP
Taiwanese artist Chang’s fake, vibrating IKEA plants are the immediate draw into this local gallery’s booth for their whimsical play with the boundary between life and death. But it’s Tang’s works that strike the hardest. The artist uses traditional Chinese landscape painting techniques on silk to recreate the foliage-covered dividers that some residents of his native Hong Kong use to simulate nature in their windowless yet exorbitantly expensive apartments.
Galleries, Booth 1D13
With works by Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Philip Guston, David Smith, Mark Bradford, and Zhang Enli