Research on Hong Kong Art History
Hong Kong Art History Research – Pilot Project
In March 2013, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and Asia Art Archive commenced work on the collaborative 'Hong Kong Art History Research - Pilot Project.' This marks the beginning of a long-term endeavour to develop a publicly available resource platform to support art historical research on art in Hong Kong. Building on previous and existing research efforts, this pilot aims to develop a framework for a richer contextual picture of Hong Kong' s art ecology in the 1960-70s.
The Pilot pursues strands of inquiry that include exhibitions, pedagogy, art writing in Chinese and English, and modes of exchange between Hong Kong and other geographies. Centered around a new series of professionally documented interviews that include multiple voices and perspectives, the Pilot has also digitised a selection of materials from the archives of the Hong Kong Museum of Art, Asia Art Archive and the personal collections of leading arts professionals.
A day of panel discussions was held on 9 November 2013 and it marked the launch of the Pilot Project. Materials digitised under the umbrella of the Pilot Project will be made available for research online in phases.
To review the Panel Discussion on 9 November 2013, please click the hyperlinks:
To view the 5 interviews (15-minute versions):
Hon Chi-fun, Liu Kuo-sung, Mui Chong-kee, Sandra Walters, Wucius Wong (Interviewees are listed in alphabetical order of last names)
Full versions of interviews available on-site by appointment: 2734 2114
Besides, its research findings are available onsite at the library of Asia Art Archive:
Tel: +(852) 2844 1112