Detail from Apart-House (2021) by Lam Tung-pang, part of “So long, thanks again for the fish”, Hong Kong’s contribution to the Helsinki Biennial. Photo: Sheung Yiu Detail from Apart-House (2021) by Lam Tung-pang, part of “So long, thanks again for the fish”, Hong Kong’s contribution to the Helsinki Biennial. Photo: Sheung Yiu
Detail from Apart-House (2021) by Lam Tung-pang, part of “So long, thanks again for the fish”, Hong Kong’s contribution to the Helsinki Biennial. Photo: Sheung Yiu

At Helsinki Biennial, Hong Kong artists capture zeitgeist of a world in flux, where opposing values collide and rules can be tossed aside

  • Hong Kong’s ‘So Long, Thanks Again For The Fish’ art exhibition in Finland is a playful take on global worries, with an underlying solemnity and melancholy
  • It is also the latest reminder that the rest of the world is increasingly waking up to the quality and variety of the work of the city’s artists

Detail from Apart-House (2021) by Lam Tung-pang, part of “So long, thanks again for the fish”, Hong Kong’s contribution to the Helsinki Biennial. Photo: Sheung Yiu Detail from Apart-House (2021) by Lam Tung-pang, part of “So long, thanks again for the fish”, Hong Kong’s contribution to the Helsinki Biennial. Photo: Sheung Yiu
Detail from Apart-House (2021) by Lam Tung-pang, part of “So long, thanks again for the fish”, Hong Kong’s contribution to the Helsinki Biennial. Photo: Sheung Yiu
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