Chinese Contemporary Ink Exhibition at James Christie Room

Hung Ken Shen - Social Issue
By Altermodernist  /  July 8, 2014

Contemporary Chinese ink paintings are a re-interpretation of a millennium old art form. Christie’s exhibition titled Visions of the Present: Chinese Contemporary Ink features 54 works of art from 19 leading Chinese artists, and  explores the way they’re making their ink paintings relevant to modernity, multiculturalism, and technology.

The exhibition is an interesting way to see how the old tradition of ink painting is made new within the context of modern Chinese art.

By Miss Wong/ Altermodernist


  • Dates: 18 June – 7 Aug 2014
  • Time: Mon – Fri 10:00 – 17:30 / Sat 11:00 – 17:00
  • Venue: The James Christie Room, 22/F, Alexandra House, 18 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
Liu Kuo Sung - Moon’s Metamorphosis No. 209

Liu Kuo Sung – Moon’s Metamorphosis No. 209

Main image: Hung Ken Shen – Social Issue

Photo credits: Hung Ken Shen, Liu Kuo Sung, Christie’s


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