September’s Hong Kong art exhibitions explore the relationship between cities, nature and their inhabitants.
1. White Cube: Unbuilt
Japanese painter Minoru Nomata grew up in Tokyo’s industrial Meguro district at a time when the country was undergoing rapid economic growth, which is reflected in his art, where he explores the aesthetics of machinery and structural designs. For the past four decades, he has created a rich visual vocabulary of imaginary buildings, monoliths, and “eco-scapes”. His architecture may not be functional, but it encourages conversations about the sense of time and space.
From 2 September to November 13. 50 Connaught Road Central, Central. Find out more at whitecube.com