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I'd like to turn the question around to the art teachers from Hong Kong,
from whom we've received so many questions recently. How do you
relate Miro and western art movements such as surrealism with Chinese
traditions, with your own artworlds? We had one mention of looking at
the influence of surrealism in contemporary advertising; how do students
in Hong Kong relate the work of Dali to the international popular culture
we all seem to be part of? to art movements in other parts of the world?
Getty Education Institute for the Arts