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Chinese painting - Chinese painting - Painting and printmaking: Shanghai, which had been forcibly opened to the West in and boasted a newly wealthy clientele, was the logical site for the first modern innovations in Chinese art at the turn of the 20th century. A Shanghai regional style had appeared by the s, led by Ren Xiong, his more popular follower Ren Yi (Ren Bonian), and Ren Yi.
Hong Kong's eclectic cultural scene is full of tales to tell, and there are many venues in which you can discover art and local culture. You’ll want to experience Cantonese opera, visit the art museum, or catch a show at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Don’t forget to learn about Hong Kong’s past and maritime history, and check out the museums about outer space and science. There is so.
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Mar 14, · Photo: Nic and Bex Gaunt for Hong Kong Tatler. Kingsley Ng’s art rarely fits inside the walls of a gallery. Instead, it pops up at unexpected locations around the city, often transforming the mundane into the magical. In , he converted a Hong Kong tram into a moving camera obscura, projecting images from the world outside into the tram.