The 1970s until today: what a wonderfully dynamic period in Chinese culture I’ve had the opportunity to witness. The gallery contains work from contemporary Chinese artists I collected and represented in the 1970s in Hong Kong. Above is a 1972 Zen painting by Lui Shou-kwan and a cast paper relief and sculpture by Zhang Yi (Cheung Yee).
“The uniqueness of Hong Kong itself, has not confined Hong Kong art into provincialism. Although inseparable from Hong Kong, Hong Kong art is far beyond it’s physical boundaries because, on one hand, Hong Kong artists rest emphasis upon the Oriental nature which links them to the long tradition of China, while on the other hand, they learn from the visual experiments of the west and this way they are the spirit of the age … ” — Wucius Wong