Redefining Chinese Contemporary Art

We have come to understand Chinese contemporary art as that which is produced by artists of Chinese ethnicity. However, many of these artists utilise western methods such as oil painting and photography. In this discussion, we focus on whether we should redefine Chinese contemporary art to incorporate the depth of the artists’ involvement with Chinese culture, and their understanding and continuation of Chinese tradition and aesthetics.

- Moderator | Yifawn Lee (Publisher & Editor, Orientations magazine)
- Nancy Lee (Chairman, Friends of Hong Kong Museum of Art & Director, The Ink Society)
- Dr Maria Mok (Director – Hong Kong Museum of Art)
- Hugh Moss (Collector, author, & artist)

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