Chow Chun-fai at Gallery Exit in Aberdeen, Hong Kong, where his solo exhibition ‘Portraits From Behind’ is being held. Photo: Jonathan Wong Chow Chun-fai at Gallery Exit in Aberdeen, Hong Kong, where his solo exhibition ‘Portraits From Behind’ is being held. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Chow Chun-fai at Gallery Exit in Aberdeen, Hong Kong, where his solo exhibition ‘Portraits From Behind’ is being held. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong protest art: ‘dystopia’ of street violence captured in paintings taut with emotion

  • Chow Chun-fai’s exhibition Portraits from Behind features his depictions of scenes from the recent anti-government protests in Hong Kong
  • Most of his works are painted from photographs taken by the artist during the protests, often away from the front lines

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Chow Chun-fai at Gallery Exit in Aberdeen, Hong Kong, where his solo exhibition ‘Portraits From Behind’ is being held. Photo: Jonathan Wong Chow Chun-fai at Gallery Exit in Aberdeen, Hong Kong, where his solo exhibition ‘Portraits From Behind’ is being held. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Chow Chun-fai at Gallery Exit in Aberdeen, Hong Kong, where his solo exhibition ‘Portraits From Behind’ is being held. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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