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The exhibition Sze Tsung Leong. Horizons is composed of a series of nearly 160 photographs taken by the artist since 2001. The overall thread throughout is the horizon, which can be seen from image to image: the sky scarcely varies while the ground portrays the most varied urban and rural landscapes captured from around the world.

From grand cities like Mexico City, Tokyo and New York to sparsely inhabited places like the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in Iceland, the Baa Atoll in Maldives and the Marmara Sea in Turkey, the horizon links the most diverse and opposing regions while capturing their cultural and natural richness in a linear and continuous montage that makes one reflect on how we understand the physical spaces that surround us.

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