May 5, 2024 | Exhibition Walkthrough

Artist Walkthrough: Specter in the Gate
Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, California
Sunday, May 5, 1pm

February 3 – May 12, 2024 | Solo Exhibition

Specter in the Gate
Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, California

Specter in the Gate presents an opportunity to delve into the historical progression of political, economic, and cultural machines, anchoring its narrative in a pivotal yet often forgotten event: the 1906 burning of Chinatown, located adjacent to the former Santa Ana City Hall. The work of Hings Lim is driven by the utilization and notion of perspective machines – technology such as cameras, projectors, and mappings. These mediums extend beyond mere technological use; they act as conduits through which the multifaceted layers of history and memory are examined and presented.

February 20-21, 2024 | Talks

Begovich Visual Arts Lecture Series

Artist Walkthrough and Discussion
Tuesday, February 20, 2PM
Location: Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, California

Artist Lecture
Wednesday, February 21, 4PM
Location: CSU Fullerton, Visual Arts, Building D – RM#180

January 20 – 28, 2024 | Group Exhibition

S.E.A. Focus 2024
Tanjong Pagar Distripark, Singapore
island Gallery, New York

S.E.A. Focus is the leading showcase and art market hub dedicated to Southeast Asian contemporary art. Returning for its sixth edition with Bank of Singapore as Main Sponsor, S.E.A. Focus 2024 brings together a fine curation of established and emerging artistic talents to foster a deeper appreciation of contemporary art and artists in the region.

September 6 – October 4, 2023 | Solo Exhibition

Inflaming Machines
island gallery, New York

Drawing upon phantasmagoria and nonhuman presences via what the artist calls a “dilation” of everyday technical objects, Lim reimagines our changing socio-cultural relations to “technology”— ancient and imagined—and the performativity of such apparatuses via experiments in materiality. Lim offers the ghostly as a metaphor for in-betweenness in his practice: singular, monumental, and austere forms wax and wane, collapse, ignite and even burn away. The notion of “inflaming”, or burning, further alludes to a shift towards ecological and environmental concerns in Lim’s practice; the detritus of machines, human consumption, to the burning of land, minerals, fuel, and time. 

February 2-25, 2023 | Group Exhibition

In the Fire
Gerald Moore Gallery, London

In the Fire brings together works by Hings Lim, Veronika Neukirch and Pam Su at Gerald Moore Gallery’s Ground Floor exhibition space. Fire and heat are crucial to our existence. The sun, our main source of warmth and light keeps the planet from freezing and plants alive which in turn maintains life. Artists in the exhibition explore fire and light as both nurturing and destructive as well as notions of energy, renewal, and transparency in glass, ceramics, and video works.

January 28 – March 4, 2023 | Group Exhibition

Ideal Arce
Island Gallery, New York

Artists include Adriana Furlong, Hings Lim, Alex Callender, and Adam de Boer.

July 8 – August 19, 2022 | Group Exhibition

The Tale Their Terror Tells
Lyles & King, New York
Curated by Geena Brown and Lauren Guilford

Artists include Angel Lartigue, Astrid Terrazas, Chris Dorland, Chris Hood, Dan Herschlein, Danny Moynihan, Erin Jane Nelson, Farley Aguilar, Felipe Baeza, Hings Lim, Jessica Taylor Bellamy, Josh Kline, Karl Haendel, Kathy Ruttenberg, Kiyan Williams, Lila de Magalhaes, Marlene McCarty, Max Hooper Schneider, Miljohn Ruperto, Mira Schor, Sarah Jérôme, Xie Lei, Zoe Leonard

June 1 – August 12, 2022 | Group Exhibition

Artist and Researcher
Hoyt Gallery, Los Angeles, California

July 2 – 10, 2021 | Solo Exhibition

Imperceptible: machine, animal, plant, stone, skull
Roski Mateo Gallery, Los Angeles, California

Curated by Carlo Tuason and Kate Rouhandeh.

April 23, 2021 | Group Exhibition

Don’t Look Now
Human Resources, Los Angeles, California, USA

Artists include Danie Cansino, Jiyoon Kim, Hings Lim, Jose Guadalupe Sanchez III, Diane Williams, and Rachel Zaretsky.
Organized by Hugo Cervantes, Kate Rouhandeh, and Rachel Zaretsky.

August 29 – 30, 2021 | Group Exhibition

Nomad
Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, California, USA

March 6 – May 15, 2021 | Virtual/Group Exhibition

Wonderland
EPOCH Gallery, www.epoch.gallery

Artists include Patty Chang, Dominique Fung, Hings Lim, Candice Lin, Ani Liu, Catalina Ouyang, Sydney Shen, Christine Wang, Ziyang Wu, Peter Wu+


Installation views of Imperceptible: machine, animal, plant, stone, skull, July 2 – 10, 2021, Roski Mateo Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.