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HKFP Lens: ‘Be watercolour’ Part 2 – Artist Fung Kin-fan paints iconic moments from Hong Kong's protests


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Hong Kong artist Fung Kin Fan has taken some of the recent protest movement’s iconic scenes and turned them into watercolour artworks. View part 1 here.

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Each piece is an impression of a famous photograph or moment from the city’s pro-democracy movement, as demonstrations continue for more than seven months.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung said each piece takes around 45-90 minutes, and each is created by hand on professional watercolour paper.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

The paintings are available to view in Fung’s beautiful two-volume set of books under the title “Be Watercolour.”

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

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