slow art

#Legend - - 7/18 -

If you've never ex­pe­ri­enced the work of Bei­jing-born and ed­u­cated painter Wang Yup­ing, break the habit. He brings Te­dious Par­adise to Tang Con­tem­po­rary Art Hong Kong at H Queen's, show­cas­ing work he made while trav­el­ling in Thai­land, in­clud­ing the lo­cally-flavoured Tuk Tuk and Lady Boy, the wa­ter­colour se­ries Cat, and the small Star­bucks works. Also at the ex­hibit is Bei­hai Park, his Bei­jing sketch se­ries ac­claimed for its re­laxed, vir­tu­oso tech­nique. Wang's work is dis­tin­guished by its sim­ple, lan­guid and quiet emo­tion, cap­tur­ing the re­al­ity of streets and cities in which time passes too quickly and mem­o­ries flow and af­ter­glow in­ex­orably like wa­ter. Make time for your­self to stop and see. ( Un­til July 28). tang­con­tem­po­


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