Finding value in Hong Kong art

Overshadowed in the past decade by the extraordinary rise in prices for certain contemporary Chinese paintings, Hong Kong’s small but active group of young artists have been more or less ignored by big collectors, auction houses, art institutions, commercial galleries and the public.

Finding value in Hong Kong art

Overshadowed in the past decade by the extraordinary rise in prices for certain contemporary Chinese paintings, Hong Kong’s small but active group of young artists have been more or less ignored by big collectors, auction houses, art institutions, commercial galleries and the public.

“It takes a different kind of collector to buy artworks from Hong Kong artists,” said William Lim, managing director of CL3 Architects. “Several years ago, I really felt that Hong Kong...

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