Time Out says
Chinese contemporary artist Lv Shun paints misty landscapes as a social commentary on society.
Acclaimed Chinese contemporary artist Lv Shun debuts in Hong Kong with a solo exhibition featuring a series of works based around mist and landscape. Carrying a message on how people are losing themselves in the pursuit of money and a home, Shun's paintings and his unique visual language acts as a social commentary on society, and engage viewers in a philosophical contemplation.
Poignant, soft and introspective, Shun's work are a means of appraising reality. Well known for his social and politically-infused artworks, these atmospheric and almost mysterious works also provides an insight into Shun's personal reflections and concerns for community and civilization.
Art Futures Group is also hosting a Chinese contemporary art exhibition at Elements mall water zone between Mar21-Apr9, showcasing the works of Ann Niu and Qiu Sheng Xian.