Hong Kong’s protest art shifts from street clashes to virus panic. But the leaders remain the villains.

By By Rachel Cheung, February 13, 2020

The artwork of dissent became a mainstay amid the pro-democracy demonstrations that erupted last year. Now, artists are turning their gaze — and anger — toward what is widely seen as a confusing and disorganized response by authorities to the coronavirus outbreak.
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