Choi Jeong Hwa’s solo exhibition ‘ON’ opened on May 22 in Parkview Green Exhibition Hall, where it will remain until July 22 – so you have one week left to catch this extraordinary exhibition.

The artist believes that plastic, an artificial material, is the most important element of today’s landscape, in part because of its familiarity. Taking advantage of the rich colours of plastics, he leads the audience to re-consider this age of materialism, and to reflect on the environment and time we are in. Through the exhibition, he wishes to explore a number of topics, including ‘time and space’, ‘today and tomorrow’, ‘questioning the current social status’ and ‘self-reflection’ with the Chinese audience.

Choi Jeong Hwa is a regular participant in international biennales and exhibitions in renowned art museums. He also participates in public art projects round the world. His works are collected by many prestigious, international art museums and leading business organisations. Choi Jeong Hwa creates accessible artworks which resonate with all members of the public, and combines different combinations of plastic articles which are commonly seen in daily life.