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Selected Work

  • kè niàn

  • 2/F, Cheng Ming Building
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  • Members: Yau Wing Fung, Peng Kexin, Au-yeung Ho Chit, Chan Kwan Lok, Ngan Yu Ting, Wong Wai Yee, Wong Tsz Ching, Lau King Lam, Cheng Tan Shan, Kwan Tze Lam, Ho Ching Yee, Liu Man Kun

    Traditions and customs depict the culture of the associated era. Prior to the recognition of its "offshoot", contemporary art streams must infiltrate its essence through the main stem of traditions. Chinese ink, as the conveyer of traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy, is swayed by the new waves of the modern times, yet it is an inevitable trace to the sum and substance of art. "Kè niàn" refers to a respectful and prudent sentiment towards the traditional concept. We pursue the classics, meanwhile return to reality. This replicating process enchanted our souls to fall for this subtly odd scent of carbon and herbs.

Artist Introduction

Artist
CHENG Tan-shan
Graduate Year
2014
Artist Introduction

Artist
KWAN Tsz-lam, Kanley
Graduate Year
2014
Artist Introduction