This illustrated study of Hong Kong art in the pre-  and post handover period sees art as manufactured of image without the tradtional segmenting which often governs thinking about the subject.  The first four chapters focus on largely traditional art and later other visual productions are considered, all in the context of Hong Kong's complex identity and self-identification trends.  Extensively referenced.

Hong Kong Art: Culture and Decolonization

SKU: 032739
$58.52Price
  • ISBN

    1861891121
  • Authors

    Clarke, David
  • Extent

    240
  • Format

    Paperback
  • Year

    2001
  • Publisher

    Reaktion Books

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