'This book records  art development in Hong Kong in the form of oral history. It compiles biographies and interviews of 15 activists of the 20th century Hong Kong art industry between the 50s and the 70s. The book presents and verifies evidence with the Q&A conversation, and through the conscious interaction between interviewers and interviewees, enriches the archival documents and affirms the reliability of historical data. The activists share insights on Hong Kong art development who have witnessed history in their different roles.' - translated from the text on back cover.



「本書以口述歷史形式集結整理香港藝術發展的歷程和面貌,將十五位活躍於二十世紀五十至七十年代香港藝術圈人士之簡歷及訪談輯錄成書,並著意保留問答形式,只解釋證據、檢查考證,在訪談者與受訪者有意識的互動中,填補文獻檔案記載,印證現存香港藝術史料的可靠性,讓當年在藝壇擔當不同崗位的受訪者各自表述見證舊事之餘,分享他們對香港藝術發展的獨到見解。」—轉自書背簡介。

Title type

Translated

Alternative title

Yu xiang gang yi shu dui hua 1960-1979

Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.LMH
Language

Chinese - Traditional

Publication/Creation date

2014

No of pages

415

ISBN / ISSN

9789620435607

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology, 

interview documentation

Chapter headings
前言與香港藝術對話: 香港藝術發展口述史
文樓

- VAN Lau, 文樓

趙海天

- Hai Tien, 趙海天

蕭滋

- SHAW Tze, 蕭滋

韓志勳

- HON Chifun, 韓志勳

藝林
後記
(In Conversation with Hong Kong Art 1960-1979)
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In Conversation with Hong Kong Art 1960-1979, 與香港藝術對話 1960-1979

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