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Song of Spring: Pan Yu-Lin in Paris is the first major presentation of Pan Yu-Lin (1895-1977) in Hong Kong and the second instalment in the 20th Century Chinese Female Artist Series. Born of humble origins, Pan came of age during the revolutionary May Fourth era and seized the chance to be one of the first Chinese students to study fine arts in France. Unlike most of her compatriots who built their artistic careers at home, Pan developed her unique style in the competitive Parisian art world from the 1930s until her death. With over sixty works of portraiture, nude, landscape, dance figure painting, and sculpture, this exhibition explores Pan’s second period in Paris, highlighting her artistic range and distinguished style that combines eastern and western sensibilities.
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Gathering time: 10:30 a.m.
Gathering place: MTR Admiralty station, Exit C1
Language: English guided tour
Fee: HK$20 Deposit (refundable after the tour)
For HKUST staff members and students only
The deposit will be refunded to participants upon their completion. Participants will receive deposit refund from CFA staff.
Reserve a place
- Submit the online registration form, please click here
- you will receive a notification email from Center for the Arts afterwards
Pay the deposit (within 2 days after submitting the online registration)
- present the notification email and pay the deposit at CFA office to confirm your place
Center for the Arts
Location: Rm 6401, Academic Building (via Lift no. 25 & 26)
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, except public holidays
9:30am - 12:30pm, 2:30pm - 5:00pm
Presented by HKUST Center for Education Innovation and Center for the Art