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Hong Kong’s Avant-Garde Art

Creamy, left, and Re-Landing of the Donutian, by Emily Lau, at Hong Kong’s Mischmasch Gallery.

Photo: Courtesy of Mischmasch Gallery

The Asian financial hub’s burgeoning art scene has welcomed a crop of avant-garde galleries. New-media artist Teddy Lo opened Input/Output, with tech-savvy installations such as a light display that channels data from the Hang Seng Index and New York Stock Exchange. On view now at Mischmasch Gallery is “Covert,” a mix of canvases and digital works by Indonesian painter Fhung Lie. This month, street-art champion No Borders Contemporary Art is showing “Scratch Game,” Alaskan Gretchen Sagan’s prints made using copperplate etching and drypoint techniques.

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