“Exposé” WAS LISTED AS 10 Must-See Art Exhibitions In Hong Kong In April 2021 BY TATLER HONG KONG

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In the recent exhibition review 10 Must-See Art Exhibitions In Hong Kong In April 2021, Talter Hong Kong has listed “Exposé” as one of the must-see exhibitions in Hong Kong this April. Below is a quote from the report:

Cyanotype was invented to duplicate engineering drawings and was one of the first ways of creating photographic images in the 19th century.

But in 2012, Taiwanese artist Wu Chi-Tsung invented his own cyanotype process by crushing the light sensitive paper, exposing it to light and flattening it. This creates an illusion of traditional Chinese landscape painting when, in fact, it’s Wu’s contemporary interpretation of landscape paintings.

Exposé, curated by Ying Kwok, showcases Wu’s Cyano-Collage series and explores its relationship to traditional art and aesthetics.

March 25 to June 16. Galerie du Monde, 108 Ruttonjee Centre, 11 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong. Find out more at galeriedumonde.com

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