Two very different exhibitions in Tai Kwun, the heritage arts complex in Hong Kong’s Central district – one about ink art and the other from the archives of the late Hong Kong artist Ha Bik-chuen – are linked by the themes of continuity and renewal. In “Ink City”, works by 19 artists from the Chinese diaspora have been selected to represent the ceaseless reinvention of ink painting by generations of practitioners. In particular, it features works that reflect highly personal contemplations on…


READ  Yeo Jin Goo will be starring in new drama called Monster


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here