The Inking of Hong Kong: Ink art is much more than traditional landscapes that seem a world away from our contemporary society. Tai Kwun is currently presenting a new thematic group exhibition Ink City to explore how ink art are used to addressed social issues among the Chinese diaspora through often contemporary and humorous ways. A showcase of over 50 pieces of work by 19 contemporary artists, Ink City offers a refreshing take on the art form outside of its deeply ingrained impression as ancient Chinese ink paintings.
In fact, ink is used by artists to address urban problems such as consumerism, environmental degradation as well as universal issues of gender and identity. The artists featured include Luis Chan and Chu Hing-Wah, two of the biggest contemporary Hong Kong artists. Other artists include Chen Shaoxiong, Frog King Kwok, and Tsang Tsou-Choi (King of Kowloon). They come from different generations and different cities, including Hong Kong, mainland China, Europe and North America.
Where? Tai Kwun Contemporary, 10 Hollywood Road, Central
When? April 23 to August 1, 2021
How much? Free!
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