Artist and academic Kurt Chan Yuk-keung  in front of Vertical Rye Field (2021), a recreation of a 1996 original that he had taken to show in the Second Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, in Queensland, Australia. Photo: Enid Tsui
Artist and academic Kurt Chan Yuk-keung in front of Vertical Rye Field (2021), a recreation of a 1996 original that he had taken to show in the Second Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, in Queensland, Australia. Photo: Enid Tsui
Hong Kong

Hong Kong Museum of Art exhibition revisits the 1980s and 90s, when artists felt more free

  • ‘New Horizons: Ways of Seeing Hong Kong Art in the 80s and 90s’ traces a line between art created in that era and contemporary artists’ work
  • Participating artists recall a time when there were fewer grants and sponsorships available, but artists felt free to experiment more than today

Artist and academic Kurt Chan Yuk-keung  in front of Vertical Rye Field (2021), a recreation of a 1996 original that he had taken to show in the Second Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, in Queensland, Australia. Photo: Enid Tsui
Artist and academic Kurt Chan Yuk-keung in front of Vertical Rye Field (2021), a recreation of a 1996 original that he had taken to show in the Second Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, in Queensland, Australia. Photo: Enid Tsui
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