Apotheosis of the Bona Fide: Contemporary Art from Hong Kong
Volume 12, Number 4, July/August 2013
by Pamela Kember
Hong Kong has a history of contemporary art that long precedes its “handover” to mainland China, yet the extensive attention given to the latter over the past twenty years has created a sense of uncertainty within the Hong Kong cultural community. In the past few years, however, that uncertainty appears to be shifting. In this essay, Pamela Kember explores various aspects of the Hong Kong art scene today—its growing profile internationally and how it has impacted on the art community, art writing, and the art market.
Hong Kong contemporary art, Pamela Kember, Hong Kong identity, identity crisis, Joan Kee, Jonathan Napack, art writing
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