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Edouard Malingue Gallery
Sixth Floor, 33 Des Voeux Road
Central
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tel: +852 2810 0317     fax: +852 2810 0311
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Established in 2010, Edouard Malingue Gallery was founded to show emerging and established contemporary artists from around the world, such as Eric Baudart, Cui Xinming, Jeremy Everett, Laurent Grasso, Nuri Kuzucan, Los Carpinteros, Fabien Mérelle, João Vasco Paiva, Sun Xun, Janaina Tschäpe, Wang Zhibo and Yuan Yuan. In addition to presenting dynamic solo exhibitions, the gallery pushes the boundaries of art in public spaces and stimulates artistic discourse through collaborations with curators worldwide and the production of individual publications.

Following the success of these initial four years, the gallery is expanding and will move to Sixth Floor, 33 Des Voeux Road, Central. The new space, which will occupy an entire floor, will provide scope for a more ambitious and diverse exhibition programme, offering greater freedom of expression to the exhibited artists and an enriching experience for viewers. The gallery will continue to support a wide array of innovative exhibitions whilst continuing to develop its line of curatorial projects and public engagement

Edouard Malingue Gallery was founded to show Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art, with the desire to show continuity in art history and the overarching power of creation, and to establish a bridge between Western and Eastern cultures.

The gallery has created a programme which is unprecedented in Asia, opening in 2010 with the largest Picasso exhibition ever mounted in Hong Kong, comprising 40 original works on canvas and paper.

In 2011 Edouard Malingue Gallery presented Zhang Huan’s first solo show in Hong Kong, including the monumental sculpture Three Heads Six Arms which amazed the Hong Kong public.

Opening hours: Tue - Sat, 11am to 7pm

 

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