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White Cube

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White Cube’s exhibition programme extends across its three gallery spaces, two of which are in London, Mason’s Yard in St. James’s and Bermondsey Street in South London and a further gallery space in Hong Kong. Since its inception in 1993, the gallery has exhibited the work of many of the most highly acclaimed artists working during the last two decades, as well as continuing to present the work of emerging artists.


On view
Minoru Nomata
White Cube Hong Kong
Sep 8–Nov 13, 2021


  • Franz Ackermann
  • Tunji Adeniyi-Jones
  • Etel Adnan
  • Darren Almond
  • Ellen Altfest
  • David Altmejd
  • Michael Armitage
  • Christine Ay Tjoe
  • Miroslaw Balka
  • Georg Baselitz
  • Bram Bogart
  • Chuck Close
  • Julie Curitss
  • Tracey Emin
  • Katharina Fritsch
  • Theaster Gates
  • Gilbert & George
  • Antony Gormley
  • Andreas Gursky
  • David Hammons
  • Mona Hatoum
  • Al Held
  • Damien Hirst
  • Robert Irwin
  • Sergej Jensen
  • Anselm Kiefer
  • Rachel Kneebone
  • Imi Knoebel
  • Elad Lassry
  • Ibrahim Mahama
  • Christian Marclay
  • Dóra Maurer
  • Josiah McElheny
  • Julie Mehretu
  • Beatriz Milhazes
  • Harland Miller
  • Sarah Morris
  • Bruce Nauman
  • Isamu Noguchi
  • Minoru Nomata
  • Gabriel Orozco
  • Damián Ortega
  • Virginia Overton
  • Eddie Peake
  • Magnus Plessen
  • Jessica Rankin
  • Doris Salcedo
  • Cinga Samson
  • Park Seo-Bo
  • Raqib Shaw
  • Haim Steinbach
  • Takis
  • Fred Tomaselli
  • Kaari Upson
  • Danh Vo
  • Jeff Wall
  • Liu Wei
  • Cerith Wyn Evans
  • He Xiangyu