Title and Statement of Responsiblity

Y.J. Cho / Contributions by Van Lau, Eleanor Hartley; Design: Cheung Shu Sun; Photography: Daniel Lee/D. James Dee


Access status


Edition Statement:

[1st edition]

Publication Statement

Hong Kong : The Hong Kong Institute for Promotion of Chinese Culture , 1988


Scope and Content

Exhibition catalogue to accompany the solo show by Yeou-Jui Cho at the Hong Kong Institute for the Promotion of Chinese Culture, Hong Kong, 1988 April 9-27. 

The work of Taiwanese born painter Yeou-Jui Cho traced how cities are subject to erosion by the elements covering the shifting effects of time and recording the everchanging face of the city and celebrating the beauty of decay. Based in New York, the artist's work has evolved out of a long time interest in abstract qualities that form a basis of a realistic style. 


Content Extent

28 pages 22 paintings

Content Type

text , still image

Language Information

Han (Simplified variant) (is associated with) Latin (is associated with)

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Conditions on Access

The physical publication is available for research purposes in the CFCCA search room by appointment. Items in our library collection are not available for external loans.


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Related People and Organisations

Cho, Yeou-Jui, artist (is associated with)
The Hong Kong Institute for the Promotion of Chinese Culture (HKIPCC), (1985-) (has publisher)

Related places

Hong Kong (is associated with)

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exhibition catalogues (is associated with)
text (is associated with)
still images (is associated with)
Chinese (is associated with)
English (is associated with)
Han (Simplified variant) (is associated with)
Latin (is associated with)
polychrome (is associated with)
Illustrations (is associated with)
Photographs (is associated with)
unmediated (is associated with)
books (is associated with)
Open (has access status)
Silent (has sound content)


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