Chinese Ink Makes a Big Splash


Contemporary artists are breathing new life into an old art form

By Georgina Adam. From Art Basel Hong Kong daily edition
Published online: 25 May 2013

Interest in contemporary Chinese ink painting, the age-old tradition that is currently undergoing a renaissance, has never been greater—and not just in China. Traditional ink painting is one of the oldest forms of Chinese art and commands huge respect, as well as high prices. Today’s painters are using the medium to produce art that links back to this long tradition..(Read more)