Two artists question mass media and human relationships in shared Hong Kong art show

//Two artists question mass media and human relationships in shared Hong Kong art show

Two artists question mass media and human relationships in shared Hong Kong art show

On one side of the gallery, house plants turned into artworks are on display with gently bubbling fish tanks. On the other, giant models of cassette tapes and large, pastel-colour paintings and installations recreate the style and mood of 1990s Japan. These two very different sights are both to be found at Blindspot Gallery in Hong Kong’s Wong Chuk Hang art district, where local artists Trevor Yeung and Sarah Lai Cheuk-wah each have a solo presentation of new works. For his exhibition “Not…

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