Utopian Landscapes

Current Exhibition

This exhibition attempts to cite the western literature to interpret the Chinese literati landscape paintings through the narratives of Shangri-La, Utopia and Paradise, whichever described a perfect nation that developed in individuals imagination. Traditionally, the Chinese landscape paintings tended to be pure, without narrative themes or distinctive figural subjects. The viewers were expected to admire the brushwork, the touch of the individual artists, which was taken to express their personality and cultivation. The landscape paintings created by Simon Yung also inherited a similar tradition and presented a harmony between reality and illusion.

Guided Tours for Groups

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Primary schools, secondary schools, tertiary institutions and universities as well as registered charitable and non-profit-making organisations are welcome to arrange with us for a free guided tour.