Massacre (1982) by Yang Jiechang, featured in “Ink City”, an exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Enid Tsui Massacre (1982) by Yang Jiechang, featured in “Ink City”, an exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Enid Tsui
Massacre (1982) by Yang Jiechang, featured in “Ink City”, an exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Enid Tsui
Art

Chinese diaspora artists’ contemporary ink paintings, Ha Bik-chuen archive project on show in Hong Kong at Tai Kwun

  • Works by Hong Kong artists including the King of Kowloon and Frog King, and overseas Chinese artists such as Yang Jiechang feature in ‘Ink City’ exhibition
  • Items from the archive of the late Ha Bik-chuen, and commissioned works inspired by his eclectic legacy, feature in a second exhibition at Tai Kwun

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Massacre (1982) by Yang Jiechang, featured in “Ink City”, an exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Enid Tsui Massacre (1982) by Yang Jiechang, featured in “Ink City”, an exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Enid Tsui
Massacre (1982) by Yang Jiechang, featured in “Ink City”, an exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Enid Tsui
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