Hong Kong artist Ma Kwai-shun sheds light on the art of printmaking by demonstrating the diversity of works and styles this technique can produce, from traditional Chinese to abstract imagery. Find out the differences between mono prints and digital prints and you’ll gain a better appreciation of the collections by Ma and other resident artists.
The repurposed industrial buildings in this Sha Tin neighbourhood are home to more than 50 artists’ studios and incubate more than 100 homegrown talents. A select number of studios will open their doors to the public as part of the Fo Tan Art Workshops Tour on March 31. Here’s a small sample of the best studios you need to know.
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