Chinese Ink Painting takes captivating new directions in the hands of two masters

As this year’s exceptionally gloomy rainy season made Hong Kong feel like a leaky sauna, an exhibition at the Fringe Club called “Joyful Ink” was a ray of sunshine for those suffering from damp combined with Baselmania, the latter being a condition brought on by the rampant commercialism and random curatorial policies of Art Basel HK. Summer Cao reports. Curated by Lucie Chang Fine Arts, the 12-day exhibition featured work by Song Yonghong and Li Jin, both veteran Chinese artists who were born as China emerged from decades of war and anarchy. They were raised in an environment of annihilation during the Cultural Revolution, introduced to foreign culture in the 1980s and then cruelly forbidde

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