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Events News > Figurative Painting is Not an Art? (Hong Kong)
2011-01-04

by the Hong Kong Contemporary Artists Association

Date: 4th – 31st January, 2011
Venue: State-of-the-Arts Gallery, 36 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong

1._Passage_120x90cm_by_Chan_Chung_Shu2._Group_Harmonious_150x150cm_by_Chau_Shik_Hung3._Clear_Space_3_200x150cm_by_Cheuk_Hiu_Gwong8._City_of_Glass_56_x_76cm_by_Sindy_Lau

State-of-the-Arts Foundation is delighted to present the first exhibition supported by us - ‘Figurative Painting Is Not An Art?’, featured at our exhibition venue in Central from 4th to 31st January, 2011. The exhibition features the paintings of talented local painters from the Hong Kong Contemporary Artists Association, revolving around the theme of Hong Kong’s cultural and artistic evolution over years. Through their skillful painting techniques, they express their reflections on Hong Kong’s cultural and social changes, as well as their aspirations for the future of the city and her local art. Viewing their paintings is like unfolding the history of this fascinating city, understanding her memories and culture.

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