Indian artist Riya Chandiramani, pictured with her artwork in her studio in Hong Kong’s Central district, is one of several artists in the city from India who are having an impact on the local arts scene. Photo: Jonathan Wong Indian artist Riya Chandiramani, pictured with her artwork in her studio in Hong Kong’s Central district, is one of several artists in the city from India who are having an impact on the local arts scene. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Indian artist Riya Chandiramani, pictured with her artwork in her studio in Hong Kong’s Central district, is one of several artists in the city from India who are having an impact on the local arts scene. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Indian artists who hit their stride in Hong Kong: ‘I had the chance to turn into a butterfly’

  • A number of Hong Kong-based artists with Indian origins are having an impact on the city’s art scene, from public art to art-styled fashion
  • The first Indian wall mural festival was held in the city in January, organised by a local retailer that promotes India’s traditional art forms

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Indian artist Riya Chandiramani, pictured with her artwork in her studio in Hong Kong’s Central district, is one of several artists in the city from India who are having an impact on the local arts scene. Photo: Jonathan Wong Indian artist Riya Chandiramani, pictured with her artwork in her studio in Hong Kong’s Central district, is one of several artists in the city from India who are having an impact on the local arts scene. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Indian artist Riya Chandiramani, pictured with her artwork in her studio in Hong Kong’s Central district, is one of several artists in the city from India who are having an impact on the local arts scene. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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