Still (2019) by Luc Tuymans, one of the Belgian artist’s works now on show at his solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Luc Tuymans and David Zwirner Still (2019) by Luc Tuymans, one of the Belgian artist’s works now on show at his solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Luc Tuymans and David Zwirner
Still (2019) by Luc Tuymans, one of the Belgian artist’s works now on show at his solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Luc Tuymans and David Zwirner

Belgian artist Luc Tuymans’ Hong Kong exhibition plays on ‘Made in China’, colonialism and global trade

  • Titled ‘Good Luck’, Luc Tuymans solo show in Hong Kong is his first exhibition in China
  • His paintings reveal the many layers of a scene and encourage viewers to question what they are looking at

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Still (2019) by Luc Tuymans, one of the Belgian artist’s works now on show at his solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Luc Tuymans and David Zwirner Still (2019) by Luc Tuymans, one of the Belgian artist’s works now on show at his solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Luc Tuymans and David Zwirner
Still (2019) by Luc Tuymans, one of the Belgian artist’s works now on show at his solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Luc Tuymans and David Zwirner
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