Zhang Yanzi’s installation, “Her 24 Solar Terms”, at Art Hong Kong. The gala combines works from 20th-century and contemporary artists to spark dialogue on the essence of traditional Chinese culture. Photo: Art Hong Kong
Zhang Yanzi’s installation, “Her 24 Solar Terms”, at Art Hong Kong. The gala combines works from 20th-century and contemporary artists to spark dialogue on the essence of traditional Chinese culture. Photo: Art Hong Kong
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Art Hong Kong exhibition pairs modern and contemporary Chinese paintings in a dialogue between past and present

  • A Chinese art ‘gala’ in Hong Kong includes an exhibition of paintings by 20th-century pioneers such as Wu Guanzhong and Qi Baishi alongside contemporary pieces
  • Intended to create a conversation about the essence of Chinese traditional culture, it is part of efforts to promote the city as a centre for cultural exchange

Zhang Yanzi’s installation, “Her 24 Solar Terms”, at Art Hong Kong. The gala combines works from 20th-century and contemporary artists to spark dialogue on the essence of traditional Chinese culture. Photo: Art Hong Kong
Zhang Yanzi’s installation, “Her 24 Solar Terms”, at Art Hong Kong. The gala combines works from 20th-century and contemporary artists to spark dialogue on the essence of traditional Chinese culture. Photo: Art Hong Kong
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