Greer Howland Smith’s “Generation Regeneration” at DDHK

Did you know that the New York-based Denny Dimin Gallery has a branch in Hong Kong – DDHK? It is an apartment-style gallery opened to host site-specific, intimate, and ambitious art exhibitions by both local and international artists. Curated by the founding partner of Denny Dimin Gallery Katie Alice Fitz Gerald, DDHK has regular programming and also features temporary installations of any kind.

The current exhibition held at DDHK is Greer Howland Smith’s “Generation Regeneration.” It is the first solo exhibition of the artist with the gallery. “Generation Regeneration” features drawings, paintings, and installation, charting the artist’s studies into biopolitics and cellular research of plant forms. With this art exhibition, Greer Howland Smith, inspired by the concept of artificiality built up by science and technology, dissects and corrupts her visualizations of botanical life. Her installation titled “Regeneration” deserves particular attention. Being part laboratory and part floral arrangement, the display represents a combination of artificial plants with real plant life, making it especially interesting and eye-catching. “Generation Regeneration” runs at DDHK through January 31, 2020.

Greer Howland Smith’s “Generation Regeneration” at DDHK
Photo credit: Denny Dimin Gallery/dennydimingallery.com

Greer Howland Smith’s “Generation Regeneration” at DDHK
Photo credit: Denny Dimin Gallery/dennydimingallery.com

Greer Howland Smith’s “Generation Regeneration” at DDHK
Photo credit: Denny Dimin Gallery/dennydimingallery.com

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