David Zwirner Hong Kong 卓纳画廊香港
5 – 6/F, H Queenʼs 80 Queenʼs Road Central, Central, Hong Kong 香港中环皇后大道中 80 号 H Queenʼs 5 – 6 楼
Opening Hours
Tuesday to Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm 每周二至周六上午11时至晚7时

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David Zwirner Hong Kong

David Zwirner Hong Kong will be led by Leo Xu, formerly of Leo Xu Projects in Shanghai,  and Jennifer Yum, the former Vice President and Head of Morning Day Sales in the Post-War  and Contemporary Art department at Christie’s New York.

Leo Xu founded his eponymous gallery Leo Xu Projects in 2011. He has since presented innovative exhibitions by emerging Chinese artists and actively collaborated with leading institutions to  curate a series of projects worldwide. He has introduced a roster of international artists to China. Prior to opening his gallery, Xu was the Shanghai Director of James Cohan Gallery and the Founding Director of Chambers Fine Art in Beijing. Xu will officially join David Zwirner as Director  in January 2018. During her 12 years at Christie’s, Jennifer Yum was the Head of Sales of Post-War and Contemporary Art in Christie’s Shanghai Evening sales and actively developed business in Asia, particularly in South Korea and Japan. For nearly a decade, Yum was the principal of Jennifer Yum Art Advisory, specializing in private, corporate, and institutional clients in art acquisitions, appraisals, and curatorial management. Yum will join David Zwirner as Director in December 2017. David Zwirner’s inaugural exhibition presents new paintings by Belgian artist Michaël Borremans, one of the foremost painters working today. Michaël Borremans: Fire from the Sun will be  the artist’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong and will be accompanied by a catalogue published  by David Zwirner Books with a new essay by British art critic, curator, and cultural historian  Michael Bracewell.

David Zwirner Hong Kong will be open Tuesday to Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm and is located  at 80 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong.