Untitled (1978), Luis Chan. Photo: courtesy of Power Station of Art Untitled (1978), Luis Chan. Photo: courtesy of Power Station of Art
Untitled (1978), Luis Chan. Photo: courtesy of Power Station of Art
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Why 20th century Hong Kong artist Luis Chan is so popular in China

  • Chan, who has an exhibition running in Shanghai, was born in Panama and moved to Hong Kong in 1910 aged five
  • His life and works spanned the 20th century and are a reflection of the evolution of Hong Kong and Shanghai

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Untitled (1978), Luis Chan. Photo: courtesy of Power Station of Art Untitled (1978), Luis Chan. Photo: courtesy of Power Station of Art
Untitled (1978), Luis Chan. Photo: courtesy of Power Station of Art
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