David Adjaye’s marble sculpture Menkaure goes on show this month at Pace Gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: David Adjaye/courtesy Pace Gallery David Adjaye’s marble sculpture Menkaure goes on show this month at Pace Gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: David Adjaye/courtesy Pace Gallery
David Adjaye’s marble sculpture Menkaure goes on show this month at Pace Gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: David Adjaye/courtesy Pace Gallery
Art

Architect David Adjaye’s marble sculptures paired with Adam Pendleton’s text-based paintings for Hong Kong show

  • Adam Pendleton loves the work of David Adjaye. ‘I’ve never seen an architect use material with the same sensibility and sensitivity as an artist does,’ he says
  • Adjaye and Pendleton share an exhibition in which both challenge our perceptions of history and identity and how we engage with culture and the world

Topic |   Art
David Adjaye’s marble sculpture Menkaure goes on show this month at Pace Gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: David Adjaye/courtesy Pace Gallery David Adjaye’s marble sculpture Menkaure goes on show this month at Pace Gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: David Adjaye/courtesy Pace Gallery
David Adjaye’s marble sculpture Menkaure goes on show this month at Pace Gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: David Adjaye/courtesy Pace Gallery
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