City Style: Pearl Lam Galleries

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    From its perch in the city’s historic Pedder Building (and its outposts in Shanghai and Singapore), the gallery plays a vital role in stimulating international dialogue on Chinese contemporary art and design. The establishment showcases the creations of up-and-coming talents such as Tsang Kin-Wah and of leading artists like Jenny Holzer and Yinka Shonibare. A show of works by the Chinese artist Su Xiaobai included objects with exquisitely rendered, shell-like finishes. +852.2522.1428, www.pearllam.com

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