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HKFP Lens: ‘Be watercolour’ Part 2 – Artist Fung Kin-fan paints iconic moments from Hong Kong’s protests

Hong Kong artist Fung Kin Fan has taken some of the recent protest movement’s iconic scenes and turned them into watercolour artworks. View part 1 here.

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Each piece is an impression of a famous photograph or moment from the city’s pro-democracy movement, as demonstrations continue for more than seven months.

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Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

Fung said each piece takes around 45-90 minutes, and each is created by hand on professional watercolour paper.

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

Photo: Fung Kin-fan.

The paintings are available to view in Fung’s beautiful two-volume set of books under the title “Be Watercolour.”

Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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Fung Kin-fan Hong Kong protest

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HKFP Lens: ‘Be watercolour’ Part 2 – Artist Fung Kin-fan paints iconic moments from Hong Kong's protests