Hong Kong had the King of Kowloon, eccentric graffiti artist. Yuan dynasty China had Ni Zan, king of Lake Tai and equally eccentric minimalist painter

//Hong Kong had the King of Kowloon, eccentric graffiti artist. Yuan dynasty China had Ni Zan, king of Lake Tai and equally eccentric minimalist painter

Hong Kong had the King of Kowloon, eccentric graffiti artist. Yuan dynasty China had Ni Zan, king of Lake Tai and equally eccentric minimalist painter

M+, a “museum of visual culture”, is finally opening in West Kowloon after almost 20 years of gestation, planning, replanning, bureaucratic wrangling, more than a few controversies … but no matter, the two decades have not been totally wasted. M+ finally opens its doors on 12 November.Among its substantial collection are the works of Tsang Tsou-choi, also known as the King (or Emperor) of Kowloon. While he never had any formal training in art or calligraphy, Tsang decorated Hong Kong’s public…

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