Hong Kong’s leading cultural and social destination, Duddell’s, is delighted to announce details of “Curve of Buoyancy,” a group exhibition that brings together notable works collected by four eminent female collectors and will go on show from 6 February to 20 June 2021.
Curated by Zoie Yung, local curator and feng shui practitioner, the exhibition will showcase a total of 16 artworks, comprising works collected by Mimi Brown, Karen Levy, Li Lin, and a local private collector. Displaying a cross-pollination of objects, medium and styles collected by female patrons, “Curve of Buoyancy” is a prime showcase of shifting art ecosystem, giving the public an opportunity to see the unique perspectives and aesthetics that female collectors bring through their collections.
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