Artist Yeung Tong-lung stands in front of his work “Tong Shui Street Road Terminus” (2016) at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong Artist Yeung Tong-lung stands in front of his work “Tong Shui Street Road Terminus” (2016) at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Artist Yeung Tong-lung stands in front of his work “Tong Shui Street Road Terminus” (2016) at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Artist best known for realistic portrayals of Hong Kong says new paintings are all illusions

  • Yeung Tong-lung’s unique mixture of humour and historical references gives us a Hong Kong that is both familiar and strange
  • A solo exhibition of Yeung’s most recent works is taking place at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang until March 6

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Artist Yeung Tong-lung stands in front of his work “Tong Shui Street Road Terminus” (2016) at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong Artist Yeung Tong-lung stands in front of his work “Tong Shui Street Road Terminus” (2016) at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Artist Yeung Tong-lung stands in front of his work “Tong Shui Street Road Terminus” (2016) at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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