Isaac Chong Wai’s installation “Falling Carefully”, on show at the Asia Society Hong Kong Centre as part of its current contemporary art show. Photo: courtesy of the Artist

Contemporary artists reflect on Hong Kong’s recent history in Asia Society show

  • Artist Isaac Chong Wai connects losing balance with protesting, while Andrew Luk alludes to violence in his moulds of former British Royal Navy boundary stones
  • Christopher K. Ho has created a miniature theatre in brass, while Leung Chi-wo took photographs at the site of bomb explosions in the 1967 Hong Kong riots
Topic |   Art
Isaac Chong Wai’s installation “Falling Carefully”, on show at the Asia Society Hong Kong Centre as part of its current contemporary art show. Photo: courtesy of the Artist
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