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Looking for Young Hong Kong Richard Serra and Eva Hesse

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hopo chan (chanhopoivan)
Sat, 17 May 1997 01:04:46 PDT


I'm an art teacher in Hong Kong.

Students, or I may say most people, in Hong Kong, have the concept that art must
be aesthetically pleasing and figurative. Sculptures by Richard Serra and Eva
Hesse may be regarded as nonsense and crazy. Most of them accept only
traditional sculptures such as those by Rodin.

In my opinion, It may be due to the culture and education system in Hon Kong.

I have experienced a lot of difficulties in helping students to change their
attitudes towards the new concepts of different art forms. I really want to see
my students think creatively and make innovative artworks.

Do you have any methods to solve the problems?

Chan Ho Po Ivan

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