Landscape (1971), Lui Shou-kwan. This painting was commissioned by the Lee Gardens Hotel and is on display at a new exhibition Photo: courtesy of the Hong Kong Museum of Art Landscape (1971), Lui Shou-kwan. This painting was commissioned by the Lee Gardens Hotel and is on display at a new exhibition Photo: courtesy of the Hong Kong Museum of Art
Landscape (1971), Lui Shou-kwan. This painting was commissioned by the Lee Gardens Hotel and is on display at a new exhibition Photo: courtesy of the Hong Kong Museum of Art
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Lui Shou-kwan retrospective at Hong Kong Museum of Art shows, with help of augmented reality, how his abstract and realist ink art progressed in tandem

  • Lui Shou-kwan, who learned his art by copying classical paintings, distilled Chinese ink landscapes down to a radical abstraction with roots in Zen Buddhist art
  • The curators of the exhibition have grouped his work together by form or shape, rather than style – visitors can use tablets with AR programmes to find out more

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Landscape (1971), Lui Shou-kwan. This painting was commissioned by the Lee Gardens Hotel and is on display at a new exhibition Photo: courtesy of the Hong Kong Museum of Art Landscape (1971), Lui Shou-kwan. This painting was commissioned by the Lee Gardens Hotel and is on display at a new exhibition Photo: courtesy of the Hong Kong Museum of Art
Landscape (1971), Lui Shou-kwan. This painting was commissioned by the Lee Gardens Hotel and is on display at a new exhibition Photo: courtesy of the Hong Kong Museum of Art
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