Chinese contemporary paper-cut artists put modern spin on the ancient folk art in Hong Kong exhibition

//Chinese contemporary paper-cut artists put modern spin on the ancient folk art in Hong Kong exhibition

Chinese contemporary paper-cut artists put modern spin on the ancient folk art in Hong Kong exhibition

Paper cutting, a Chinese folk art with over 1,000 years of history, meets contemporary design and techniques at a new exhibition in Hong Kong.Artspace K in Repulse Bay is showing 90 intricate creations by seven artists, including Hong Kong-based Li Yun-xia and Taiwan’s Lee Huan-chang, two world-famous paper cutters.“Through the works displayed in this exhibition, we hope that visitors can deepen their understanding and love for the art of paper cutting,” says Monica Lee Yu-han, general manager…

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