Lesley Ma, curator of ink art at Hong Kong’s M+ museum of visual culture. In the background are works by Japanese artist Hidai Nankoku. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong show out to redraw image of ink art as genre in thrall to its glorious past

Influenced by Western ideas of what makes art new, many people struggle to see today’s ink art as contemporary. A new exhibition by city’s M+ museum of visual culture aims to change that by setting it in a wider cultural context

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Lesley Ma, curator of ink art at Hong Kong’s M+ museum of visual culture. In the background are works by Japanese artist Hidai Nankoku. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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