La Clairvoyance (1936) shows René Magritte at work. Photo: courtesy Charly Herscovici La Clairvoyance (1936) shows René Magritte at work. Photo: courtesy Charly Herscovici
La Clairvoyance (1936) shows René Magritte at work. Photo: courtesy Charly Herscovici

René Magritte in Hong Kong: show of personal photos, films shines light on ‘mischievous’ artist

The Belgian surrealist was known for his witty images showing everyday objects in strange contexts. Their symbolism challenged the links between appearance and meaning. An exhibition at ArtisTree in Quarry Bay offers a glimpse into the life of this influential artist

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La Clairvoyance (1936) shows René Magritte at work. Photo: courtesy Charly Herscovici La Clairvoyance (1936) shows René Magritte at work. Photo: courtesy Charly Herscovici
La Clairvoyance (1936) shows René Magritte at work. Photo: courtesy Charly Herscovici
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