This exhibition catalogue documents the first public display of Ha Bik-chuen’s ink paintings. Best known for his bamboo sculpture and photographic images, Ha regards working with the ink medium as yet another exploration in his artistic development. With his wealth of knowledge and experience in three-dimensional art, Ha not only uses ink to describe and express, but also to create texture, form and volume. Along with other contemporary artists working in the ink medium, such as C.C. Wang, Liu Guosong and Irene Zhou, the paintings of Ha Bik-Chuen point to a possible course in the continuation of this traditional art form. A biography of the artist is included.
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