S1.249 : Legacy and Creations: Art vs Art, (Hong Kong, 2010)

Bibliographic Record

Title and Statement of Responsiblity

Legacy and Creations: Art vs Art = 承傳與創造: 藝術對藝術 / Text: Henry Tang, Tsang Tak-sing, Samuel Kung, Tang Hoi-chiu; Photography: Chow Kam-lan, Loui D.H. Ho; Catalogue Design: Chloe C.F.Lee

Summarization of Content

Exhibition catalogue for the grou show Legacy and Creations - Art vs art held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, 2010 Oct 15 - Nov 12, curated by Tang hoi-chiu, co-presented with the Leisure and Culture Services Department of Hong Kong SAR Government and co-organised with the Hong Kong Museum of Art. The exhibition was part of Hong Kong Cultural week at the 12th Shanghai International Arts Festival, and also World Expo 2010 Shanghai. 

The exhibition was an exploration of Hong Kong contemporary visual art, from its heritage to creations at different levels featuring 19 figures from Hong Kong's  art, design, architecture, literature, music dance scenes to create a new interpretations of contemporary art in Hong Kong. 

Edition Statement:

[1st edition]

Publication/Production/Distribution Information

Hong Kong : Leisure and Cultural Services Department , 2010

Identifier for Manifestation

ISBN 978-962-215-224-3


112 pages 153 photographs (30.5cm x 23.6cm x 0.7cm)

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text , still image : unmediated

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