Director of the Hong Kong Fringe Club Benny Chia poses outside its premises in Lower Albert Road, Central, where its lease is up in 2023. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Director of the Hong Kong Fringe Club Benny Chia poses outside its premises in Lower Albert Road, Central, where its lease is up in 2023. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Art

Hong Kong Fringe Club mounts what could be its farewell show, a retrospective of art exhibitions from the past four decades

  • Will the Fringe Club’s lease in Central be renewed? With its fate up in the air after three years of disruption, it is staging its biggest art exhibition yet
  • Frog King gets a floor to himself, and works by 65 other artists associated with the club since its opening in 1983 are featured in the ‘Be 40’ show

Director of the Hong Kong Fringe Club Benny Chia poses outside its premises in Lower Albert Road, Central, where its lease is up in 2023. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Director of the Hong Kong Fringe Club Benny Chia poses outside its premises in Lower Albert Road, Central, where its lease is up in 2023. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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