The sprawling presentation displays new original artworks by the Kaikai Kiki artist, with MADSAKI subverting several iconic pieces by Andy Warhol including the pop art legend’s ‘Skull’ 1976 screen-print, ‘Brillo Box (Soap Pads)’ 1964 sculptures, ‘Debbie Harry’ silkscreen ink on canvas painting ‘1980,’ among others. Also included in the show are paintings that pay homage to lauded films in Hong Kong cinema with the artist’s graffiti-ladened interpretations of ‘In the Mood for Love,’ ‘Infernal Affairs,’ ‘Chungking Express’ and ‘Kung Fu Hustle’ to name a few.
Tour the exhibition above and visit Perrotin’s website to learn more. “if I Had a Dream” is on view until August 17.
In other international shows, take a look at Elmgreen & Dragset’s “It’s Not What You Think” conceptual sculpture exhibition in Barcelona, Spain.
Perrotin Hong Kong
50 Connaught Road, 17th Floor