Dreaming in Hong Kong (2021) by Hazel Wong, an animated film that forms part of the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s “Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond – Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou” show. Photo: Hong Kong Museum of Art / Hazel Wong Dreaming in Hong Kong (2021) by Hazel Wong, an animated film that forms part of the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s “Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond – Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou” show. Photo: Hong Kong Museum of Art / Hazel Wong
Dreaming in Hong Kong (2021) by Hazel Wong, an animated film that forms part of the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s “Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond – Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou” show. Photo: Hong Kong Museum of Art / Hazel Wong
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Surrealism and mythology: how Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso and other artists’ imaginations were captured by myths shown in new exhibition

  • ‘Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond – Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou’ is running at the Hong Kong Museum of Art until September 15
  • The exhibition includes response works by two Hong Kong artists, Keith Lam and Hazel Wong, which put a modern spin on the idea of myths

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Dreaming in Hong Kong (2021) by Hazel Wong, an animated film that forms part of the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s “Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond – Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou” show. Photo: Hong Kong Museum of Art / Hazel Wong Dreaming in Hong Kong (2021) by Hazel Wong, an animated film that forms part of the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s “Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond – Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou” show. Photo: Hong Kong Museum of Art / Hazel Wong
Dreaming in Hong Kong (2021) by Hazel Wong, an animated film that forms part of the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s “Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond – Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou” show. Photo: Hong Kong Museum of Art / Hazel Wong
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