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NTMoFA launches digital art exhibition ‘Re: Victoria City’

  • Date:2024-07-09
NTMoFA launches digital art exhibition ‘Re_Victoria City’

The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA) launched the exhibition “Re: Victoria City (重返維多利亞之城),” featuring emerging Hong Kong artist Li Kin (李鍵). Running until Sept. 15, this exhibition is part of NTMoFA’s initiatives to support young artists in Taiwan to engage in innovative and experimental art projects. 


Using the “Tai Mo Shan Former British Military Site (大帽山的前英軍遺址)” as the creative foundation, “Re: Victoria City” examines the traces within the colonial British military site, while also recounting Hong Kong’s situation before and after the handover. Through revisiting the historic site, and re-exploring the abandoned military space, interpretations of contemporary events are reexamined and reflected on.


Li Kin is a new-generation artist from Hong Kong, currently pursuing an M.F.A. in New Media at the National Taiwan University of Arts. His artworks closely follow social events, reflecting on them and often exploring themes of personal identity, space, and land issues.


See NTMoFA’s event page for more information.