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To celebrate the inauguration of Ink Asia, Alisan Fine Arts is pleased to present “Tracing the Brush: Transformed Text”, a curated selection of calligraphic works by Chu Chu, Fabienne Verdier, Fung Ming-chip, Gu Gan, Wang Dongling, Wang Tiande, Wei Ligang and Yang Jiechang.

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To celebrate the inauguration of Ink Asia, Alisan Fine Arts is pleased to present “Tracing the Brush: Transformed Text”, a curated selection of calligraphic works by Chu Chu, Fabienne Verdier, Fung Ming-chip, Gu Gan, Wang Dongling, Wang Tiande, Wei Ligang and Yang Jiechang. In choosing the theme for this new art fair, Director Daphne King Yao seeks to examine position of calligraphy in Chinese …

To celebrate the inauguration of Ink Asia, Alisan Fine Arts is pleased to present “Tracing the Brush: Transformed Text”, a curated selection of calligraphic works by Chu Chu, Fabienne Verdier, Fung Ming-chip, Gu Gan, Wang Dongling, Wang Tiande, Wei Ligang and Yang Jiechang. In choosing the theme for this new art fair, Director Daphne King Yao seeks to examine position of calligraphy in Chinese contemporary ink painting and which trends have gained recognition.

Recognized as an art form in the first century, Chinese calligraphy has a long and hallowed tradition serving as an integral part of …

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Booth A2 - B1