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Local news report exaggerates art value of dumped painting, Kan Tai-keung says

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By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 15 April 2014


World-renowned designer and Founder of KL&K Creative Strategics Kan Tai-keung criticized Ming Pao for belittling cleaners in its recent headline which featured a mistakenly dumped valuable painting.


Delivering his speech in Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon, Kan pointed out that Ming Pao’s claims that described local cleaners as illiterate and lacking ability to respect masterpiece, was completely wrong.


“It is nothing surprising that a painting sold for twenty million Hong Kong dollars at auction, not to mention that the artist[of the missing painting] is not really famous,” expressed Kan.


Kan pointed out that the author of the article has limited knowledge about Art, thus overvalued the disappeared painting. He said journalists should improve their art news reporting by learning to distinguish good artwork from ordinary ones.


According to Ming Pao, a painting named “Snowy Mountain” by Chinese artist Cui Ruzhou was suspected to be mistakenly dumped by cleaners at Grand Hyatt Hotel in a landfill after it sold for HK$28.75 million at auction.
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