The Hong Kong Contemporary Art Foundation [HOCA] currently presents a large-scale survey exhibition of JR. Running from 15 March – 19 April 2015, the show highlights JR’s most iconic projects across photography, installation, film and video. The exhibition includes artworks from Portrait of a Generation, Women Are Heroes, The Wrinkles of the City, Inside Out and Unframed, along with a photo booth for visitors to engage with and continue JR’s Inside Out project.
A new lithograph has been released on Social Animals to coincide with this exhibition.
In the meantime, until April 25th, Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong presents, “Ghosts of Ellis Island. An Unframed Project, Short Preview” an exhibition of works which document JR’s latest Unframed project—a permanent installation which animates, enlivens and offers unprecedented access to New York’s Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital.
Views of both exhibitions below.