Giant lucky cats, goldfish swimming above the Hong Kong skyline – Vivian Ho Pok-yan’s latest solo exhibition presents a fantastical, cartoonish reimagination of the artist’s home city. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Giant lucky cats, goldfish swimming above the Hong Kong skyline – Vivian Ho Pok-yan’s latest solo exhibition presents a fantastical, cartoonish reimagination of the artist’s home city. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Giant lucky cats, goldfish swimming above the Hong Kong skyline – Vivian Ho Pok-yan’s latest solo exhibition presents a fantastical, cartoonish reimagination of the artist’s home city. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Stoic figures living with Hong Kong’s ‘new normal’ stand out in artist Vivian Ho’s absurdist postcards of the city

  • The 12 illustrations in Vivian Ho’s solo exhibition ‘Wish You Were Here’ feature some of her favourite places in, and memories of, Hong Kong
  • Full of giant creatures and surreal scenes, they are Ho’s way of ‘trying to bring out the ridiculous in Hong Kong, and how people kind of live and cope with it’

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Giant lucky cats, goldfish swimming above the Hong Kong skyline – Vivian Ho Pok-yan’s latest solo exhibition presents a fantastical, cartoonish reimagination of the artist’s home city. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Giant lucky cats, goldfish swimming above the Hong Kong skyline – Vivian Ho Pok-yan’s latest solo exhibition presents a fantastical, cartoonish reimagination of the artist’s home city. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Giant lucky cats, goldfish swimming above the Hong Kong skyline – Vivian Ho Pok-yan’s latest solo exhibition presents a fantastical, cartoonish reimagination of the artist’s home city. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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