Artist So Wing-po with her work “Invisible Island” for the “Lamma Mia” public art project in Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island. Fifteen artists from elsewhere in Hong Kong are taking part. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Artist So Wing-po with her work “Invisible Island” for the “Lamma Mia” public art project in Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island. Fifteen artists from elsewhere in Hong Kong are taking part. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Art project aims to change the conversation about tourist-trap village Sok Kwu Wan on Hong Kong’s Lamma Island

  • Sok Kwu Wan is more than a strip of restaurants serving pricey imported seafood to tourists – that’s the message of Lamma Mia, a public art project
  • 15 artists from elsewhere in Hong Kong have been invited to engage with villagers – whether native or incomers – and create art that speaks to the community

Topic |   Lamma Island
Artist So Wing-po with her work “Invisible Island” for the “Lamma Mia” public art project in Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island. Fifteen artists from elsewhere in Hong Kong are taking part. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Artist So Wing-po with her work “Invisible Island” for the “Lamma Mia” public art project in Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island. Fifteen artists from elsewhere in Hong Kong are taking part. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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