Portrait I (2019) by Chinese millennial artist Chen Gaojie, one of the works showing at “Pet Shop Guys II: Wandering on Hennessy Road” at Mine Project in Hong Kong until October 17. Photo: Courtesy of Chen Gaojie and Mine Project Portrait I (2019) by Chinese millennial artist Chen Gaojie, one of the works showing at “Pet Shop Guys II: Wandering on Hennessy Road” at Mine Project in Hong Kong until October 17. Photo: Courtesy of Chen Gaojie and Mine Project
Portrait I (2019) by Chinese millennial artist Chen Gaojie, one of the works showing at “Pet Shop Guys II: Wandering on Hennessy Road” at Mine Project in Hong Kong until October 17. Photo: Courtesy of Chen Gaojie and Mine Project

Chinese millennial artists ‘only represent themselves’ and not their country: what they have to say about the world today

  • Chinese video artist Cheng Ran believes millennial artists in China don’t see themselves limited by traditional concepts of nation, society and roles
  • His collective’s exhibition at Mine Project in Hong Kong shows off some of these individual voices that often draw on digital influences

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Portrait I (2019) by Chinese millennial artist Chen Gaojie, one of the works showing at “Pet Shop Guys II: Wandering on Hennessy Road” at Mine Project in Hong Kong until October 17. Photo: Courtesy of Chen Gaojie and Mine Project Portrait I (2019) by Chinese millennial artist Chen Gaojie, one of the works showing at “Pet Shop Guys II: Wandering on Hennessy Road” at Mine Project in Hong Kong until October 17. Photo: Courtesy of Chen Gaojie and Mine Project
Portrait I (2019) by Chinese millennial artist Chen Gaojie, one of the works showing at “Pet Shop Guys II: Wandering on Hennessy Road” at Mine Project in Hong Kong until October 17. Photo: Courtesy of Chen Gaojie and Mine Project
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