Akos Ezer is Letting The Time Pass @ AishoNanzuka, Hong Kong

Akos Ezer is Letting The Time Pass @ AishoNanzuka, Hong Kong
It’s been over 2 years since we first introduced the captivating figure-based works by Akos Ezer and we are thoroughly enjoying following the development of his practice and the successful presentations he’s been lining up one after the other. After conquering Europe with his solo show in Paris last year, Hungarian artist is currently taking over Asia with a solo debut Let The Time Pass, over at AishoNanzuka in Hong Kong, on view until April 17th.

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